This week on Tuesday Morning Glory features new songs from Sneaks, Loyle Carner, and milk. For 'About Town' this week Hunter highlighted live tracks from Unknown Mortal Orchestra's set at Laneway 2014. And our gest for My Morning Mixtape this week was Gussie from Earth Tongue/Mermaidens.
It's the second Friday Morning Glory show of the year and we're still off to a rocky start... There's no Fancy New Band for this week, but Keria chucks on the hits by The System, Wild Nothing, Noname, Dukwa, Franz Ferdinand and The Rothmans. Hopefully your new year is kicking off nicely. Ensure it is by keeping your dial tuned to 95.0 bFM... ~ ~ ~
pickle darling - Mouthful
RJD2 - The Horror
The System - It's Passion
Earl Sweatshirt - Azucar
Priests - The Seduction of Kansas
Celia Mancini - Stolen Heart [w/ The Stepford Five]
Wild Nothing - Summer Holiday
Trust Punks - Half the Way Down
Project Future - Ray-Gun-Omics
Polaroids of Polarbears - We Choose to Sink Happily
Noname - Blaxploitation
Randa - Dr. Phil
Dbldbl x Trapjaw Kelpie - Bumpy feat. Pīki Tanguru
Wowie, it's the first Friday Morning Glory show of 2019!! Keria celebrates by spinning some chunes by Fanau Spa, John Makin & Friends, Forth Wanderers, Zach Hill, Princess Nokia, Home Brew and Let's Eat Grandma. We also have our first Fancy New Band for the year, featuring Therapy. Let's start the year off right with a good ol' boogie here on 95bFM... ~ ~ ~
It's Jenn's first show of 2019 and she makes heaps of mistakes! But don't worry, they've all been cut out of this podcast so they now only exist in the fading memory of live listeners and her own deep supressed shame. Tune in to hear tracks from Dolly Parton, Amel Larrieux, Sinkane and, Cowgirl Clue. Is an oxford comma cool? This show also features many questions about astrology </3 are star signs cool? .... Maybe there's a potential segment in this? ?
This week on Tuesday Morning Glory features new songs from Shiraz & LSJ, Pickle Darling and Homeshake. For 'About Town' this week Hunter highlighted live tracks from Car Seat Headrests set at Laneway 2017.
Gussie Larkin (Mermaidens, Earth Tongue) is up in Auckland for Girls Rock! Camp Aotearoa and she took the time to stop by the studio and share some influential tracks plus let us know what she's been up to over the past few months.
ORB - Hazelwart
Helms Alee - Left Handy Man Handle
Coven - Black Sabbath
Earth Tongue - The Well of Pristine Order
This week on anniversary albums, Sam takes a look at the debut album from New York rap group De La Soul "3 Feet High and Rising." Released in 1989, this album helped usher in a few fun, psychedelic and conscious rap sound and has since gone on to be viewed as one of the best hip-hop albums of all time.
On our first Fancy New Band for the year, we're joined by rapper and producer, Therapy. We chat about his musical history, winning an APRA Silver Scroll, and working with rappers and producers in New Zealand. Huge thanks to NZ On Air Music for their love and support! ~ ~ ~
Anniversary albums is back for another year. This year we are going to be looking at albums from years with a 4 or 9. So this means 1964, 69, 74, 79, 84, 89, 94, 99, 04, 09.
Kicking things off, this week, Sam took a look at Manchester band New Order's fifth studio album "Technique." Released in 1989 during the height of the "second summer of love," this album captured the essence of the time with its dance and rave-heavy sound.
Over the New Year break, Keria was lucky enough to have Dresser perform live in studio for Fancy New Band. They talked all about life in Montreal, the music scene there and what it's like to play with new people in a new environment. The songs performed were Groll and 65UP. Check it out, and big ups to NZ On Air Music! ~ ~ ~
This week for our final anniversary album of the year, Sam takes a look at the debut from Snoop Doggy Dogg (as he was known then) "Doggystyle." Released in 1993, "Doggystyle" came hot on the heels of Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" and helped cement the popularity of G-Funk on the West Coast in the early 90s.
Joining us this week on Fancy New Band is Auckland's very own sweetheart, Lucky Boy. We talk all about his musical ventures whilst visualising his performance of the tracks City Sounds and Can't Get Enough through some hazy kaleidoscopic glasses. What a way to spend your Friday morning, thanks NZ On Air Music! ~ ~ ~
This week, Sam takes a look at the second studio album from American alternative rock band The Breeders "Last Splash." Released in 1993, this album is considered to be their best work and one of the best indie albums of the 90s.