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Freak the Sheep is bFM's longest running Aotearoa New Zealand Music Show, hosted by Zac Arnold, and committed to bringing you the latest in homegrown news, tunes and interviews.
Live from The Vic, Devonport.
Featuring The Protection and Anthonie Tonnon
Featuring The Naenae Express & The Pleasure Majenta
This episode of Freak the Sheep features performances by Big Fat Raro and JessB.
No guests, just the finest homegrown tracks selected by your host, Zac Arnold.
This episode of Freak the Sheep features performances by B-Lush and Big Flip The Massive.
This episode of Freak the Sheep features a performance by Merk.
This episode of Freak the Sheep features performances by Emily Edrosa and Ryan Hendricks.
This episode of Freak the Sheep features a performance by Lawrence Arabia and Mr Amish.
B-Lush is the solo project of Keria Paterson (Polyester, Dirty Pixels) and while he's only performed once, you couldn't tell when he came in for a live performance.
BIG FLIP THE MASSIVE is the project of Berlin based New Zealander Reece McNaugten. He joined Zac for a live performance of songs from his new album 'Visual Onslaught'.
Merk popped into the studio ahead a month long Australian tour to play some songs from his soon to be re-released debut 'Swordfish'.
Emily Edrosa is the musical project of Emily Littler (Street Chant, Guardian Singles). She's been stateside for the last couple of years and while on a recent trip home performed some new songs live in studio.
Lawrence Arabia plans to release a new track every month throughout 2018 via kickstarter. He joins Zac in studio to explain further and to perform his band new single.
mr amish popped in studio for a live performance following the release of his fantastic album PUMP THA VALYOOM.
Whyfi and Brandn Shiraz and the two halves of the new duo Babyface. Their debut 'Dirty South Pacific' is a dense and rewarding listen and they join Zac in studio for a live performance.
Auckland MC Meer (who is also one half of Heavy) dropped their debut EP Kushari late last year. Zac's had it on repeat since last year and was stoked to have Meer in studio for a live performance.
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