Join Pointy and the Moose talking Batman after a screening of 'The Killing Joke' with Lyndon - Mastermind of Beaumont St ice cream store Talby's!

Same Battime
Same Bat Channel

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Splitting Cases sat down with Shihad guitarist Phil Knight to talk about podcasts, especially his own 'What's Phil Worried About Today' series.

Like the people who dare to google google, we get meta with one of our favourite guitarists to discuss podcasts on a podcast

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Splitting Cases hit up the Pigsty In July festival in the Hunter Valley for good food, booze and second hand formal fun.

Join them as they talk music festivals, discuss treasure hunting with musician Claire Anne Taylor, and The Roots with Masco Sound System drummer Ben McAtamney.

Keep your eyes peeled next week for our stand alone Pigsty podcast with Shihad's Phil Knight!

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An earringless Brett Edman joins us on Splitting Cases this week to talk about the Chinese TV show 'If You Are the One' and musical theatre!

Listen to find out about Brett’s love for musical theatre and how you can be both a science and an arts person.

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This episode of Splitting Cases delves into the Marvel Comic Universe with Permanent Procrastinator, local blogger and style icon Tegan Seymour.

Hear about everything from the 90s X-Men cartoon series to the box office breaking films. As well as theories why most Aussie kids didn’t grow up reading comics and why the DCEU stumbled right out of the gate.

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Renew Newcastle founder, writer and television host Marcus Westbury joins us this episode to talk about his lack of sporting prowess, living vicariously through the more naturally inclined and finding an 'in' to the world of SPORT!

It wouldn't be us though if we didn't trail off on subjects like hats, Guess Who sex pests, awkward wedding speeches and much more.

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Legendary Aussie songwriter Darren Hanlon talks about lost Aussie classic ‘Wake In Fright’ on our latest episode from a bedroom floor in Annandale!

Hear Hanlon talk about his love of the film, a disastrous screening, meeting the director and hunting film locations. While steering well of course to Harold and Maude, impromptu guitar lessons, why the internet doesn't have all the answers and much more.

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Jeremy Dylan, filmmaker, music lover and fellow podcaster of 'My Favorite Album' joins us at the Courthouse Hotel in Newtown to talk about his love of Elvis Costello - where we find more You Am I connections than usual. And that's saying something!

Subscribe and listen to My Favorite Album by visiting mrjeremydylan.com

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Pointy and the Moose sit out on the balcony of the Bar on the Hill for a loose chat with Milk Record's Fraser A Gorman, Marcus Hobbs of East Brunswick All Girls Choir and Dave Mudie, drummer for Courtney Barnett. Hear about all things Milk Records, beer, touring, venues, nuns and Jet.

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Saskwatch drummer Sam Raines joined us at The Small Ballroom in Newcastle for a brew or two to talk Skateboarding and 90's music.

Hear terrifying tales of Pointy and The Moose skating, classic skater movies, Tony Hawks, Jazz, Punk, Ska and of course, the Cambodian opposition leader.

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Our very own beer baron Mr Joe Lappin from Murray’s Brewing joins us this week to talk about the brilliant musician and songwriter Lou Reed.

Joe takes us through a summary of Lou’s work from his days in The Velvet Underground to his many solo albums and collaborations.

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Stand up comedian and stand up guy Ethan Andrews joins Pointy and the Moose to talk about his favourite sitcom, Seinfeld.

Listen to our chat about Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Dunston Checks In and YaddaYaddaYadda. We don't mind if you double dip on this episode!

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Charles Jenkins of Icecream Hands and solo notoriety joins us in the beer garden of the Grand Junction Hotel in Maitland to talk songwriting.  Moose and Pointy bring their A-game but are no match for the man who wrote ‘Nipple’ and ‘Spirit Level Windowsill’ so join us for a few beers and a chat.

Hear the songwriters songwriter on songwriting!

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Execute Podcast 66! Pointy and the Moose are joined by Nathan Wolter this week to discuss Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens.

Obviously spoiler and nerd warnings apply

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This episode, join Pointy and the Moose upstairs at the Stag & Hunter hotel, with Shihad frontman Jon Toogood talking all things David Bowie!

Hear about Jon’s first experiences with Bowie, the cover he has chosen for his acoustic ‘Planet Of Sound Tour’, seeing Bowie live while Lou Reed squirmed three rows back, what his son thinks of ‘Lets Dance’ and a whole lot more.

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Part two of our episode with Chelsey and Amanda on the fantastic TV series Gilmore Girls.

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View Chelsey's blog by visiting www.likeavegan.com.au
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Part one of our episode with Chelsey and Amanda on the fantastic TV series Gilmore Girls.

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View Chelsey's blog by visiting www.likeavegan.com.au
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November 19, 2015

Episode 62: Tour De You Am I

Tour De You Am I
 
Pointy and the Moose hark back to episode one, and spend the weekend following their favourite band You Am I.

Join us in this episode of three parts as we head to two You Am I shows in two nights, talk Porridge and Hotsauce and make some questionable decisions.

GBTFLoU

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Would Star Wars be the same if Princess Leia were replaced with a ‘sexy lamp’?

Get to know Newcastle Herald reporter, blogger, poet and all round creative Alex Morris, as we chat about roles, wage and screen time for women in film! 

As usual we stray into topics far and wide to cover Hollywood, the Bechdel test, the gender pay gap, Showgirls and sexy lamps.

If you love movies, this one’s for you – fire up your inner feminist and join Pointy and the Moose, with Alex Morris.

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Singer Songwriter Dave Garnham is touring the country with his band 'The Reasons to Live' and stopped by for an episode of Splitting Cases on his friend and producer - Ice-cream Hands frontman Charles Jenkins!

Join us for stories, solo stuff and a vest with no pants on this weeks, Splitting Cases.

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Fellow podcasters Mossy and Robbo split a case with us on the 25th of September to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Sydney Olympic Games. There may or may not be a disproportionate amount of Nikki Webster talk...

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The lovely Joe (AKA Musk) of Newcastle act Musketeer joined us this week to drink beer with a duck on it and discuss one of Australia's greatest musicians, Nick Cave.

Hear about Musk's introduction to Nick Cave, his gateway Nick Cave record and details of the new Musketeer single due to drop on the 30th of September.

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This week on Splitting Cases, former KB United Football star turned DJ Phil Dando educates Pointy and The Moose on Northern Soul.

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Peta Dampney joins us this week to preach from the Baz Bible! Hear Peta and Moose educate Pointy on the merits of all of Baz Luhrmann's films, in particular Strictly Ballroom, Romeo and Juliet and Moulin Rouge.

There is also a revelation about Peta's past that is well worth the price of admission.

Read Peta's blog by visiting www.petaisms.com and follow us on facebook at www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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Richard Stephenson from the band Great Toad joins us this week to talk about Sam Raimi's 1992 horror/comedy film Army of Darkness.

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What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?

Moose and Pointy have been waiting a long time for someone to pick High Fidelity as a topic and our guest Anthony Scully does not disappoint

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We had a few drinks with the lovely chaps (not chips) from Newcastle Mirage. We set out to settle what is better. Dance music or rock?

The teams were Pointy and Ryan on the side of rock and Moose and Kian on dance.

Follow us on twitter.com/splittingcases or facebook.com/splittingcases and check out newcastlemirage.com
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Moose's Dad Brian joins us this week to talk about The Beach Boys.

Hear about Brian's thoughts on Smile, his favourite Beach Boys songs and what draws him to the band and Brian Wilson in particular.

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This week on Splitting Cases Natasha joins us to talk about positivity, mulled wine, music, the arts and much more.

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On the 50th episode of Splitting Cases Cecilia joined us to talk about Buffy The Vampire Slayer. We figured it was only a matter of time until someone picked this topic!


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Aaron Golledge from House of Rock Maitland met us at the Cambridge Hotel this week to talk about the band Nirvana and the launch of the House of Rock venue in Maitland.

We talked about how Aaron discovered Nirvana (the band that is!), the joys of Nevermind, his favourite Nirvana song and various other bands he was interested in at the same time.

The inaugural gig at House of Rock Maitland featuring Hyena Smiles and Just Ace is on the 24th of July. See you there!

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It’s here! The very first live episode of Splitting Cases with the lovely Sarah Humphreys.

Sarah performed an amazing set in Moose’s backyard and then we recorded an episode about parenthood.

A huge thanks to Sarah for joining us on the show and performing a great set!

The two songs featured in this episode are Good Man and Lover, both from Sarah’s album New Moon. If you enjoyed the tunes go to sarahhumphreys.com and buy the record.

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We sat down with Shannon from One for the Road Tours this week to split an assorted case of beer and talk about craft beer and the local bar scene in Newcastle.

Shannon gave us an education on what One for the Road is, a brief history of beer, the difference between ale and lager and how he once graduated from Jim Beam to goon.

To find out more about One for the Road Tours head to onefortheroadtours.com.au and as always you can find more Splitting Cases by visiting www.splittingcases.com.

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Rob (or Bob) joins us this week to discuss the virtues of non-fiction books and a few of his favourites such as Humans of New York.

We also discuss a couple of our own favourites such as 1001 Albums/Movies, The Mozipedia, Talking Smack and Kurt Cobain's Journals (which caused much debate!).

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Moose was in Brisbane this week so we caught up over the phone for a quick chat about the city's impressive musical pedigree.

Listen to our Brisbane playlist by visiting splittingcases.com and add a track by any band you think we missed!

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Andrew Begley, the webmaster of the NLSC joins us this week to talk about running an online community, NBA gaming, hosting a podcast, his favourite NBA team and how to be a good online citizen. There may be a few Space Jam references.

Visit www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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Red Dwarf super fan and fellow podcaster John Dee joins us this week for our very first 'by request' episode. The subject? Cult UK comedy Red Dwarf.

Go to geekactually.com to listen to John's podcast Nerd Corner and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Mac and cheese and the new Tim Rogers and The Bamboos record. Enough said...

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Craig 'Rosie' Rosevear from Rosie's School of Rock joins us this week to talk about his love for Australia's most beloved rock band, AC/DC.

To find out more about Rosie's School of Rock visit rosiesschoolofrock.com and to listen to Rosie's latest musical project go to monstersofrock.com.au.

As always head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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This week our guests Chris and Tenille Rudsdale travel all the way from New Zealand to give Pointy and Moose (mostly Pointy) an education on musicians John Mayer and Taylor Swift.

Not only are Chris and Tenille extremely lovely individuals but they are also talented photographers too! To take a look at some of their work go to vanillaimages.co.nz and butdaddyitsart.com

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Wedding photographer extraordinaire and all round lovely chap Luke Gow joins us this week to talk about all things photography.

Hear Luke ponder if he is adopted, his past as an amateur radio enthusiast and then electrician, the joys of pre-digital photography, awkward photos, what went on in the darkroom and just a little bit of dirt on the wedding front.

Moose not only discovers his safe word (Paul McCartney) but also a pocket full of animal feed!

It has all the trademarks of a classic Splitting Cases episode; an obligatory Tim Rogers mention, Moose munches into the microphone, disclosure of Nothing Cutesy’s name (again) and of course plenty of tangents.

Paul McCartney!

To check out Luke's work head to:
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Just in time for Friday the 13th, here is part two of our disaster movie episode with singer-songwriter Marissa Saroca...The episode that was proudly sponsored by red wine!


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Pointy and the Moose were joined by singer-songwriter Marissa Saroca to talk about disaster movies of all varieties.


Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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Prior to seeing Steve Smyth at The Stag and Hunter we caught up with Richard Margetson to talk about our collective love of live music.


Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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In the lead up to the Tamworth Country Music Festival, Catherine Britt joined us to talk about the history of country music, her musical education growing up and much, much more. 


Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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January 14, 2015

Episode 34: Best of 2014

Solo episode to kick off the new year and debrief on the year that was. Thanks to everyone for their support in 2014, we have a big year ahead for you!


Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.
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Nothing Cutesy and Maynard from Bunga Bunga join us to talk about the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

To listen to more of Maynard and subscribe to Bunga Bunga go to maynard.com.au.

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Carl Young, the Artistic Director of Stooged Theatre joins Pointy and the Moose to talk about his love for video games and his game show wins on Wheel of Fortune and The Price Is Right. 

To keep up to date with Stooged Theatre go to facebook.com/stoogedtheatre.

Keep in touch with Pointy and Moose by liking us on facebook.com/splittingcases and if you enjoyed the episode please leave us a review on iTunes.
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Pointy and the Moose headed to the Metro Theatre in Sydney to see Shihad play and caught up with some other super fans for pizza and a quick chat.

Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.


To check out some of Shihad's brilliant work head to www.youtube.com/shihadmusic.
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Entertainer, fellow podcaster and radio announcer Maynard joins us this week for our first VS episode. The opposing forces? The 1980 Village People film Can't Stop The Music and the 1997 Spice Girls film Spice World. Which camp do you belong to?


Head to www.splittingcases.com to hear our previous episodes and follow us on Twitter: @splittingcases and Facebook: www.facebook.com/splittingcases.


To listen to more of Maynard and subscribe to his podcast go to www.maynard.com.au.
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