Oliver Johnston is one third of the dance collective Inky Waves, he’s also one and half of the duo DJ Kush Boogie and has released music under the Hugo Jay moniker. Now he goes it alone again with a new project called Storage Media. He joins Zac to expand on his new project.
End Of The Alphabet Records is a Wellington label that have become known for curating a catalog of musical weirdness from New Zealand and other places. Label head Noel Meek has just announced a triple album Friends and Meek, and joins Zac to explain further.
Don McGlashan has become woven into the fabric of our country. Along with the bounty of tracks from his solo career, Don has made music with From Scratch, Blam Blam Blam, The Mutton Birds, The Front Lawn as well was scoring works for theatre, dance, television and film. He stopped in to bFM for a live performance while on his most recent tour.
The much beloved Auckland duo Cool Tan have announced that they are slowing down for the foreseeable future. They join Zac in studio for a live performance ahead of their last show in Auckland at the end of the month.
For nearly three decades Sandy Mill has been collaborating; abroad with international talent like Boy George & Bassment Jaxx or with local heroes like SJD, Neil Finn or The New Telepathics. But that’s not enough, Sandy released her debut album A Piece Of Me and joins Zac in the studio for a live performance.
Malcolm S. is the musical project of Eammon Malcolm Saban Logan (Team Cat Food, Ghost Wave). He keeps a pretty low profile so it was a lovely suprise to see him release Life On The Island in March. He joins Zac for a live performance.
For nearly a decade Aucklander musician Roy Irwin has had a steady solo career, with over 20 releases under his belt (not including his work in Heidi Pasadena and Cool Runnings too). He joins Zac to perform tracks from his latest album 'King Of Pop', that was released late last year on 1:12 Recordings.