With Classic Rock Through The Ages

The Penultimate Show - Favourites

Originally broadcast on Edge Radio 99.3 on 23rd April 2017.

This is the penultimate episode with the final show broadcasting on Edge Radio on 30th April. Your host Dwayne Bunney takes you through some of his favourite bands and artists who have shaped his musical taste.

April 2017 Mixtape

This edition was originally broadcast on the 16th April 2017. 

Keeping the mixtape dream alive.

From The Archive - The 10 Year Anniversary of THE FIRST ONE

This edition of Kaleidoscope Ears was originally broadcast on 11th March 2007.

it was broadcast again in April 2017 to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of current host Dwayne Bunney in the chair. What a ride it has been!

New Music Featuring An Interview With DEEP PURPLE

This edition was originally broadcast on Edge Radio in Hobart on 2nd April 2017.

It features an interview with Deep Purple on their 20th studio album release, Infinite.

Other new music is featured from Aussie Prog artists such as sleepmakeswaves, Anubis, Voyager, Machines of Indeterminate Origin and international artists such as Blackfield, Tim Bowness, Steve Hackett, Iamthemorning and more.....

From The Archive - IRON BUTTERFLY - A Retrospective

This edition was originally broadcast on Edge Radio on 1st July 2007 and was re-broadcast on 26th February 2017.

It features music and commentary from the first 4 albums by Iron Butterfly between 1968-1970.

Guest Programmer - SIMON WOOD (Kettlespider) Selects "Proggy" Tracks!

This edition originally aired on Edge Radio on 19th February 2017.

Thanks to Simon Wood from Kettlespider for being our guest programmer.

Image from www.alicelduncan.com

From The Archive - MANI NEUMEIER From GURU GURU In The Studio

This edition of Kaleidoscope Ears was originally broadcast on the 17th January 2010.

It was re-broadcast on Edge Radio on 12th February 2017.

Classic Krautrock artist Mani Neumeier was visiting Tasmania and performing at MONA FOMA in 2010. He joined us in the studio for the full 2-hour show.

Thanks Mani!!