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Following on from their online TV show, Steve and Cam from Garage Rock are back in podcast form. The Garage Rock podcast features new music, artists interviews, music news and general banter between the two hosts.

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- All music featured on the Garage Rock podcast is covered under a licensing agreement through APRA AMCOS Australia
177 Episodes
After two and a half years and 176 podcasts, Steve and Cam are saying farewell with the final episode of the Garage Rock Podcast. The guys reminisce about their time together and look forward to the return of live music in Australia, as well as discussing your favourite music releases of 2020.New music this week come from Eli Greeneyes, After School Care, LOSER, Voodoo Bloo, Grave Street and Stuck Out.
Sydney based songwriter Thomas Keating has a chat with Steve about his latest single ‘Cold Night’, as well as the concept for the video clip and writing songs for his next album whilst being in lockdown.
Aussie singer-songwriter Kevin Mitchell a.k.a. Bob Evans has a chat with Steve about his latest single ‘Born Yesterday’, which is the first single from his upcoming album. Kevin talks about writing music during lockdown and how he feels about playing live shows again.
Melbourne based musician Lewis Coleman has a chat with Steve about his debut album 'Method Of Places' featuring the new single 'Can't Face It'. Lewis talks about the album starting as a university project 5 years ago as well as creating a visual representation of the album.
Something For Kate's lead singer Paul Dempsey has a chat with Steve about the band's seventh studio album 'The Modern Medieval', featuring the latest single 'Come Back Before I Come Back To My Senses'. Paul talks about getting back into the studio for the band's first album in 8 years, performing socially distanced duets with friends and writing a song about a conspiracy theorist he met in a pub.
Mini Ep-ISOde #5

Mini Ep-ISOde #5


With the lockdown in Melbourne almost at an end Steve and Cam are back with possibly the last ever mini ep-ISOde of the Garage Rock Podcast. This week the guys chat about Steve's upcoming interview with Paul Dempsey from Something For Kate, Aus Music T-Shirt Day and new music from Kingswood, Foo Fighters and System Of A Down's first new songs in 15 years!
Interview: Davey Lane

Interview: Davey Lane


Singer, songwriter and You Am I guitarist Davey Lane has a chat with Steve about his third solo album 'Don't Bank Your Heart On It', featuring his latest single 'You Were A Mirage'. Davey chats about the emotional period in his life that led to writing the record and his friends in the music industry that supported him both personally and on the album.
Mini Ep-ISOde #4

Mini Ep-ISOde #4


Freedom from isolation is almost upon us and hopefully it won't be long until Cam and Steve are back together in the same room to do full length episodes of the Garage Rock Podcast. In the meantime, on this mini ep-ISOde the guys chat about the AFL and NRL Grand Final entertainment, Festival Hall being bought by the Hillsong Church and new music from Foo Fighters and The Offspring.
Australian singer-songwriter Kate Miller-Heidke has a chat with Steve about her 5th studio album 'Child In Reverse' featuring the single 'This Is Not Forever'. Kate talks about writing her first album in six years and how music has helped her cope during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mini Ep-ISOde #3

Mini Ep-ISOde #3


The light at the end of the isolation tunnel in Melbourne is drawing nearer and both Steve and Cam are almost free to resume their regular episodes, but until then the guys have another Mini ep-ISOde to help you pass the time. This week the lads chat about ARIA Awards, absinthe and Australian music t-shirts.
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Lucas James A.K.A. Midnight Drags has a chat with Steve about his latest single 'Ronnie' taken from the upcoming album Bad Business, due for release in early 2021.
Interview: The Jensens

Interview: The Jensens


Nathan Kendall from Brisbane indie pop-rock band The Jensens has a chat with Steve about the band's latest single 'Paper Walls' taken from their upcoming second studio album 'Hammer and Blush'
Mini Ep-ISOde #2

Mini Ep-ISOde #2


Still stuck in COVD-related isolation, Cam and Steve are back for another mini ep-ISOde to talk about random crap until they can get back together to do their 50th episode live stream. This week the guys chat about AC/DC, dog deodorant, Tinder fails, mandalas and dad jokes.
Mini Ep-ISOde #1

Mini Ep-ISOde #1


As both Steve and Cam are stuck in isolation in Melbourne due to COVID-19, the guys have decided to postpone their 50th Garage Rock Podcast episode and do some "mini ep-ISOdes" in the meantime. The guys chat about Dave Grohl accepting a drum-off challenge from a 10 year old girl, Cam's trivia night and the Garage Rock Podcast English Open.
Andrew Swayze form Tasmanian punk band A. Swayze & the Ghosts has a chat with Steve about the band's brand new album 'Paid Salvation'. Andrew also talks about the Tasmanian music scene, making a stop motion video clip and being featured on the new Tony Hawk Pro Skater video game.
Steve and Cam are back from their mid-season break and things have only gotten worse in the world with the guys under quarantine and a curfew. This week the guys chat about the Garage Rock Podcast American Open, Muse's new 'Simulation Theory' movie and your favourite one-hit wonders.New music this week comes from Jack Bratt, Subcult, Camps, The Pinpricks, Tired Lion and Psychedelic Porn Crumpets.
Aussie singer/songwriter Nathan Cavaleri has a chat with Steve about his career and how music played a part during his battles with mental illness and leukaemia, as well as his new single Before You Check Out and his upcoming appearance on Australian Story.
Interview: Josh Pyke

Interview: Josh Pyke


Sydney based singer-songwriter Josh Pyke has a chat with Steve about his upcoming album Rome, his first studio album in 5 years, featuring the new single Don't Let It Wait
Cam and Steve are celebrating the 2nd anniversary of the Garage Rock podcast by going back into lockdown. Once again over the phone due to social distancing, Cam talks about The Beatles lost Festival Hall footage, as well as the first lineup for Bluesfest 2021 and the headliners for Spleandour in the Grass. Steve takes a look at the COVID Safe plan put forward to get music festivals happening again.New music this week comes from Miss Fortune, After School Care, Telltale, Ekko Park, Private Function and In Hearts Wake.
Melbourne based singer-songwriter Brigitte Bardini has a chat with Steve about her new single ‘Aphrodite’ and how her background as a psychology student helps when writing songs.
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