About Tracey Arbon on Music Talks
Ally's Attic Interview December 13th 2018
Each month we feature indie artists which are placed up on the first Friday of each month. These artists are generally unknown to many and each tell a story for fans to get to know who's behind the music while giving you a great introduction to who they are.
Every Friday we place up New Music on our New Independent Music page. These are from a variety of unknown or semi established artists.
Every Friday Tracey Talks Indie is placed on our New Independent Music page, and is a segment for the DJ Struth Mate Show. This is also available to hear on YouTube, Spreaker, iTunes and iHeart Radio and is where Tracey talks about what is happening on Music Talks for the week and plays snippets of the songs from some of the artists who are appearing that week.
Every Monday and Tuesdays we have Music Reviews placed by relatively unknown established artists and are found and reviewed by The Ghostly Beard and Simon Irvine.
Every Monday we have our Video Of The Week and are found through either artists submissions or searching and finding via social media and youtube.
Music Tips are generally placed up fortnightly and are there to give tips and advice from various industry personnel.
The Radio Features are where we interview the DJ's who tirelessly to bring great music to listeners. We find out who they are, how they do it and what they do to help bring the music to your ears.
Every Wednesday we aim to bring you amazing interviews from more established independent artists. These are interviews conducted by either Andrew Mullen or Tracey Arbon.
Every second Wednesday our Teen Talks team share the interviews between them bring you great interviews with artists under the age of 21.
Guest Talks is our podcast of an interview or discussion with established business people, established artists, producers and other established guests bringing you more insight to how they became and succeeded in their music career or line of work as a business. These podcasts are aimed in helping the non-established and newer artists an idea of what is expected and how they can progress and learn from successful people.
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