2019 with Richard Kingsmill

Richard Kingsmill (triple j Group Music Director) brings you up to speed on some of the key releases of the week. In depth interviews, roundtable discussions with the music teams across the triple j networks, it's all here for you to stay on top of today's music. Richard hosts '2019' each Sunday from 6pm on triple j as well.

http://www.abc.net.au/triplej/programs/2019-with-richard-kingsmill/

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ROUNDTABLE: Best New Music November 2019


Richard got Bridget Hustwaite, Dave Ruby Howe, Ebony Boadu, and Declan Byrne from the triple j team to pinpoint their one standout release from November. Spoiler alert: Billie Eilish, Mura Masa and Jaguar Jonze were just some of the picks.


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MILKY CHANCE: changing up the rules of the game


With the making of their third album Mind The Moon, the German group Milky Chance stopped touring for a whole year to concentrate on the creative process. It was the longest break they've ever had, but it paid off. Giving them probably their most focused album to date, singer Clemens Rehbein speaks to Richard Kingsmill about the decision, working with new people, and how everything from Portugal to an Airbnb in Melbourne influenced the song writing.


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MILKY CHANCE: changing up the rules of the game


With the making of their third album Mind The Moon, the German group Milky Chance stopped touring for a whole year to concentrate on the creative process. It was the longest break they've ever had, but it paid off. Giving them probably their most focused album to date, singer Clemens Rehbein speaks to Richard Kingsmill about the decision, working with new people, and how everything from Portugal to an Airbnb in Melbourne influenced the song writing.


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BRING ME THE HORIZON: in the world of Death Stranding


Renowned Japanese video game designer Hideo Kojima asked some of his favourite acts to be involved in the epic and long awaited Death Stranding release. One of those was Bring Me The Horizon. But there was a catch for them to be involved.  Richard Kingsmill speaks to singer Oli Sykes to find out more, and to talk about where the band is heading nearly a year after the release of their 6th album ‘amo’.


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KING PRINCESS: a prodigious talent with nothing to hide


At the start of 2018, the Brooklyn talent King Princess (a.k.a. Mikaela Straus) attracted interest immediately with her queer love anthem called 1950. Now she’s delivered Cheap Queen, an equally striking debut album that is largely written, produced and played by the 20yo herself...


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ROUNDTABLE: Best New Music October 2019


Richard asked Linda Marigliano, Hau Latukefu, Karla Ranby and Tommy Faith for their one standout release of the past month. Spoiler alert: Jim Alxndr, OKENYO, flowerkid were some of the acts mentioned.


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 05 November 2019  18m
 
 

REX ORANGE COUNTY: the rough ride behind Pony


With his first two indie albums, English artist Rex Orange County quickly established a fanbase. That following increased massively with the 2017 single ‘Loving Is Easy’, with Australia giving the now 21yo his first Gold record. But behind the scenes of packed venues and constant airplay, the singer/songwriter born Alexander O’Connor was struggling with issues around him. Richard Kingsmill tries to find out more of what he went through in the lead up to writing his 3rd album Pony.


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 31 October 2019  26m
 
 

CXLOE: proving herself song after song


She made the move to Los Angeles straight out of high school, and that leap of faith is now paying off. After an impressive run of singles the last two years, Sydney singer CXLOE is enjoying millions of streams and a growing fanbase. But it’s come after a much longer journey. When she premiered her latest single ‘Devil You Don’t’ with Richard Kingsmill this week, she spoke about finding her way in LA and the struggle of finding others in the industry who share her vision.


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 24 October 2019  17m
 
 

GIRL IN RED: from a Norwegian bedroom to beyond


In just 18 months, the 20yo girl in red (aka Marie Ulven) has taken songs born from boredom in her bedroom in Horten to the world. And plenty of the world has been listening. She talks here to Richard Kingsmill about growing up in her small Norwegian town, about not fitting in, and how a present from her grandfather set her on track for (hopefully) life.


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 18 October 2019  14m
 
 

SLOWTHAI: staying true to his roots


From the council estates of Northampton, Tyron Frampton is the 24yo English rapper known as slowthai. Richard Kingsmill speaks here to him about his tough upbringing, the influence of his mother, his outlook on Brexit, and his Mercury Music Prize nominated debut album Nothing Great About Britain.


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 08 October 2019  20m