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DJ Albo at Carriageworks for FBI Radio

DJ Albo at Carriageworks for FBI Radio

DJ Albo Plays His First Music Festival With Another Killer Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on January 10, 2016

in Live,News

DJ Albo hit the decks on Sunday for his first music festival for Sydney’s FBI Radio.

DJ Albo is the alter ego of the Federal Member for Grayndler, the Honourable Anthony Albanese.

As well as having served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Australia and Leader of the House of Representatives, DJ Albo also has exquisite music taste and dished up his alternative rock recipe during your Sunday roast.

Albo kicked off with a tribute to Stevie Wright with the late singer’s Easybeats classic ‘She’s So Fine’ and showed why Aussie Rock rocks with a menu of classic Spiderbait, Radio Birdman and The Hummingbirds as well as the more contemporary Tame Impala, Courtney Barnett and The Preatures.

DJ Albo left the last song of the show for his voters, John Kennedy’s ‘Miracle In Marrickville’.

However programming kudos to the member for Grayndler with Bowie and Iggy Pop back to back and a tasty lined three played from The Wombats, Joy Division and New Order.

DJ Albo FBI Playlist, 10 January 2016

The Easybeats – She’s So Fine
Spiderbait – Shazam
Radio Birdman – Aloha Steve and Danno
The Preatures – Is This How You Feel
David Bowie – Rebel Rebel
Iggy Pop – The Passenger

The Pixies – Here Comes Your Man
The Jam – In The City
PJ Harvey – Good Fortune
Tame Impala – Let It Happen
Courtney Barnett – Nobody Really Cares
The Hummingbirds – Blush

Florence + The Machine – Ship To Wreck
The Wombats – Lets Dance To Joy Division
Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
New Order – Blue Monday
The Breeders – Cannonball
John Kennedy’s Love Gone Wrong – Miracle In Marrickville

FBI Radio website


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