Support Act: The Canberra Music Podcast



A podcast in which Jonah Myers talks to musicians from in and around Canberra. Updates sporadically.


  • #10 – Miles McLaughlin (Ghost Boy)

    28/10/2019 Duración: 24min

    Miles McLaughlin, who performs under the name Ghost Boy, was today's interviewee. He talks us through his development as a musician & audio engineer, what it's like to record other people's songs, and the latest on his upcoming album project. He performs a new song of his called Le Vent se Lève.

  • #9 – Eadie Newman (Dog Name)

    09/08/2019 Duración: 49min

    I was thrilled to have the opportunity this episode to interview Eadie Newman, who has played in many different Canberra bands including Passive Smoke, Mind Blanks, Eadie & the Doodles, Video Breezy, and most recently, Dog Name. We talked about quite a lot of things, including her unique guitar, the meaning of the song Work Day, the benefits of collaboration, and how it's weird that things exist. Eadie also performed a new song from Dog Name's upcoming album.

  • #8 – Kim Yang

    09/08/2019 Duración: 29min

    This episode features Kim Yang, a folk singer/songwriter who also happens to be my bandmate in Muddy Wolfe. We have an enjoyable chat about karaoke in Taiwan, learning music theory, her beautiful EP Ocean of Mind, unwanted advances in the airport, and much more.

  • #7 – Evan Buckley (The Burley Griffin)

    29/06/2019 Duración: 34min

    Evan Buckley of The Burley Griffin is today's guest. We talk about many of his experiences, inlcuding growing up in a religious fundamentalist cult, hitchiking across the US, and being in Canberra's very own eBike gang. He also performs a song called Being Alive, from The Burley Griffin's upcoming album. ------ n.b. There was an extra 15 minutes of this interview, in which Evan talked about his experience of losing his religious faith. Evan wanted me to include it, but I decided not to, because it ended up being a very personal conversation for me as well as him, and I wasn't comfortable publishing it.

  • #6 – Lani

    10/06/2019 Duración: 24min

    Today's guest is the one and only Lani, who has been studying jazz voice at ANU. She has also studied and performed overseas at at Indiana University and recorded an EP, Fallen From Grace. We discuss music education, recording, and songwriting as an emotional processing tool.

  • #5 – Spaceman Africa

    03/06/2019 Duración: 25min

    The incredible Spaceman Africa is today's interviewee. Spaceman has travelled the world, written a book, released an album, and represented Curtin in Canbeurovision (The Only Song Competition In The World). I had the opportunity to accompany Space on tambourine as he performed Who Is Spaceman Africa?, the lead track from Africa as in the Continent.

  • #4 – Chris Endrey

    25/05/2019 Duración: 41min

    Today's guest is Chris Endrey, who wears many hats. Hats discussed in this interview include Recording Artist, Stand-Up Comedian, Canbeurovision Host, and TEDx talker.Endrey on BandcampChris's TEDx TalkBetween One FernsPAINTonPAINTFun Machine

  • #3 – Travis Salviejo

    14/05/2019 Duración: 36min

    Today's guest is Travis Salviejo, who performs under the name Sal Viejo. We talk about authenticity in songwriting, the DIY ethos, producing for other artists, and Travis's thesis on storytelling in Australian folk-punk music. To finish, he treats us to a live performance of What I Really Meant, a track from his upcoming EP Songs From Where I've Been.

  • #2 – Powder Blue

    31/03/2019 Duración: 33min

    This episode's guests are Zack and Tess from indie pop-rock outfit Powder Blue. We talk about perfectionism, music videos, Canberra bands, and of course, melodicas. There is also a live performance of the song Dog Days, from Powder Blue's Dandelion EP.

  • #1 – Rebecca Mann

    15/03/2019 Duración: 24min

    I sit down with Rebecca Mann to talk about recording, performing, and storytelling in songs.