You can catch Live At Spectrum:

  • The first Sunday of each Month @ 7:30 pm via www.liveatspectrum.com.au 
  • On C31 – Saturdays 9:30 pm
  • On Foxtel Aurora – Tuesdays 7:30 pm
  • On Channel 44 in Adelaide from Friday, May 26th (Time TBC).

Every episode is available to stream for free via their website, but to get you acquainted we’ve picked out some of our favourite moments from the series so far.

Tina Bartle

If you needed any more evidence that age is just a number – 17-year-old Tina Bartle is here. She’s got quite the set of pipes on her and a bunch of passion and self-sufficiency to boot. In her mid-performance chat, Bartle reveals that she recorded her debut LP ‘Kick Me’ in part at local studio Bruthen Music in her hometown of Stratford and the rest she recorded on her own set up in her room. You can check Tina out on Facebook and Soundcloud.

Josh Cashman

You better be paying attention, ’cause this guy’s about to get big. Triple j unearthed up-and-comer, Josh Cashman blew away the Spectrum audience when he performed last year. As if dominating the Unearthed charts enough, he’s set to open for Tash Sultana at her upcoming Sydney shows at The Enmore Theatre – and they’re both sold out!

The Spitting Swallows blow the roof off

Speaker TV faves The Spitting Swallows appeared in the second season and killed it. Co-host Trent even boasted that they were the best live act they’d seen thus far on the show – not too bad if you ask us. You can read our review of their debut LP here, and listen to them chat about beer and pizza below.

Live at Spectrum on the streets

In the first season, co-host Trent McCurdy took it to the streets to decide what jacket host Brett Glover should wear and he came out of it looking a bit like the IKEA Monkey.

Live at Spectrum interview Australian music royalty

And last but certainly not least, Live at Spectrum recently sat down to speak with Daryl Braithwaite. You bloody legend.