Welcome to episode six of the AtheistAus Podcast.
Melbourne singer songwriter Shelley Segal has christened her next EP Strange Feeling and has launched the album with a series of dates in her hometown, and she’s now touring the US.
Strange Feeling was recorded at Birdland Studios with Robert Upward and Lindsay Gravina. The lyrics focus on Shelley’s experiences of the past 10 years. After her previous works An Atheist Album and Little March, I was interested in learning more about her new EP – and that’s why I interviewed her!
Here’s Shelley Segal, to tell us more about her musical background and lack of spiritual origins, the influences on her work – and some of the tracks from her new EP – Strange Feeling. Songs you can hear sampled during this interview are “Strange Feeling”, “Sidelined”, “Background Noises” and “Cinema Chair” – get your own copy of the EP Strange Feeling here and find out more about her USA tour dates on her official site at www.shelleysegal.com
The show also features:
Paul Fidalgo, the international correspondent for the AtheistAus Podcast – you can find more secular and atheist news and cutting edge blogging by Paul at iMortal on Patheos blogs and on the The Morning Heresy.
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints unveils the little brown rock that Joseph Smith allegedly used to translate, magically, the text on the golden plates.
- More than 400 clergy sex abuse claims pour in against the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. A settlement of $21 million is reached with 330 of them.
- Iowa’s board of education will consider nixing overtly religious music for high school choirs, which would be tough because a lot of choir music is religious in nature.
- A finalist of Google’s Science Fair is 15-year-old Anurudh Ganesan for the “Vaxxwagon”.
In Australian and AFA forum boardnews – our correspondent GoldenMane gives us the lowdown on what’s happened this month on the boards. Join him and the lively crowd at the AFA Forums.
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