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19: Andrew Tuttle

Stranded at the Brisbane Transit Centre food court is a simple 16 for ’16 playlist, featuring 16 of my favourite tracks from this year (that add up to be about 16 minutes over the time limit I was given!).

It isn’t close to exhaustive, as there’s been so much amazing music released in 2016.

There’s a mixture between old favourites and new discoveries from here. If I was to be stuck in the decrepit purgatory of the dated bus terminal/dank food court/underwhelming train station of Brisbane Transit Centre (Roma Street Station), this would probably alleviate the time though.

Brisbane, Transit Centre is a non-album single by Brisbane, Australia avant-country musician Andrew Tuttle, recorded during a residency at the renowned Elektronmusikstudion EMS studio facility in Stockholm in May 2016. Whilst creating his third studio album (to be released in 2017), Tuttle recorded this version of Brisbane, Transit Centre; a long standing staple of Tuttle’s live performances and previously released in an alternate form on his debut EP 4064 (2013).



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