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Now displaying: November, 2017
Nov 30, 2017

It's been a tough week in the Primordial camp, with fires springing up all over the place.

In this episode Moose & Dews talk honestly about their experiences of the past week, as well as how we can move onwards and upwards.

Nov 23, 2017

"Hey guys, should we do a live podcast, in front of 160-odd of our closest buddies, after a bunch of beers?"

The answer was apparently yes.

This episode was recorded live at the Ogri MCC clubhouse at the Primordial Radio Big Bang. We had an awesome night, and thank you to everyone who came, saw, drank and conquered.

Moose, Pete and Dews have a slightly drunken ramble through the very recent history of Primordial, as well as answering a few live questions from the audience.

Nov 15, 2017

This week Moose & Pete Bailey get all occult, as they discuss the dark arts. Marketing, to be precise. Primordial Radio hasn't done a great deal of it so far, but we definitely need to.

There's also the latest news on our forthcoming apps, as well as an interesting conversation about the word 'fuck'.

Nov 9, 2017

This week sees Moose and Dews bringing news! Of weekend shows! And speakers!

There's the details of what to expect from next week, as we expand our programming to include weekends, and also the specifics of how and when the 'Stormbender' bluetooth speakers will be available.

There's also an in-depth conversation on how the Primordial guys get paid. Investors will have had this information before, but to remove any doubt, it's all here in metaphorical black and white.

Nov 2, 2017

This week features Dewsbury, his old mate JRock, and a healthy amount of gin. The whole idea was "let's have a drink and see where we go..."

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