1. The Rock talks about training for his toughest film ever, his softer musical side and why he didn’t get to eat his own birthday cake.

  2. Powerhouse singer/songwriter Meg Mac dropped into the Like A Version studio to talk family, festivals, and playing dress up with her dog before laying down a commanding cover of Broods’ ‘Bridges’.

  3. Flume takes the triple j pick-up line out for a spin with Margaret Pomeranz.

    Go and try it yourself!

    Pick-up Line: Want to go for a j-walk?

    Response: Sounds like you’re trying to tune me

  4. Wanna play spin the bottle with us? Which triple j presenter will kiss who?!

  5. (Source: i-an-legend)

  6. Adelaide rapper Allday and friends cover the INXS classic ‘Never Tear Us Apart’ for Like A Version.

  7. Ahhh, welcome, please have a seat. You must be here for Matt and Alex’s Breakfast Banquet?

    A wise choice if I may say so. What is it? Why, it’s a musical extravaganza where our entire breakfast radio playlist will be made up on songs with food references.

    (Source: Spotify)

  8. In his only Australian interview, Jack White tells The Doctor what his second solo LP Lazaretto was almost going to be called and ‘collaborating’ on the album’s lyrics with his 19-year old self.

  9. Fresh from a sold out show at the Sydney Opera House, Irish singer/songwriter/dreamboat James Vincent McMorrow and his bandmates treat us to a soaring cover Lana Del Rey’s West Coast for Like A Version.

  10. Alexis Taylor from Hot Chip’s killer thylacine patch.

    Alexis Taylor from Hot Chip’s killer thylacine patch.

  11. Matt becomes chummy with Alex’s doppelganger, Milan the male model, much to Alex’s dismay.

  12. Dead Letter Circus put a very Massive Attack twist on Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name’ for triple j’s Like A Version.

  13. Hear the first new Angus and Julia Stone tune in 4 years ‘Heart Beats Slow’, all thanks to Rick Rubin.

    Hear the first new Angus and Julia Stone tune in 4 years ‘Heart Beats Slow’, all thanks to Rick Rubin.

  14. While in the country to perform at Sydney’s Vivid Festival, Pixies Black Francis, David Lovering & Joey Santiago (without touring bass player Paz Lechantin or Kim Deal, who left last year) play a musical version of the game show ‘Deal or No Deal’ with The Doctor.

  15. The Holidays give your 9th favourite song of last year’s Hottest 100, ‘Is This How You Feel?’, a little bit of sexual healing for Like A Version.