Building the Scene podcast

The Prim, UQ and how Brian met Mitch

15 Sekunden vorwärts
15 Sekunden vorwärts

In the late 1960s, residents of Brisbane with an artistic mind are feeling like they are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Australia is moving into a booming technicolour future of overseas influence and dramatic social change, but Brisbane seems to be staying stuck in the past and going down a regressive conservative path that will stretch the creative community to its last thread.

Venues such as the Primitif Cafe offer young inquisitive minds a chance to congregate away from the watchful eyes of law enforcement. With some agitators at the university insprired to begin a movement that will combine arts and politics in a way never seen before or after.

Woven into the fabric of Brisbane’s history is a very visible, yet crucially unrecognised part of our social culture. Where great names have been built on stages, city streets and town halls… the history of the walls which held these grand events are often left unspoken.

Building The Scene is an episodic podcast that looks to shine a light on the history of some of Brisbane’s most iconic, unknown and revolutionary nightlife venues. Each part of the story diving into facets of culture relayed from first hand accounts and extrapolated by industry specialists.

Built by a team of passionate researchers, audio engineers, and radio personalities, Building The Scene contains stories ranging from incredible changes and progression in Brisbane’s society down to the seedy underbelly of the city. 

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