The Auckland Theatre Company have a new festival work-in-development - 2017s The Navigators which is a three day showcase of three entirely different, orginal and dynamic pieces of work-in-development showcasing at the ASB Waterfront theatre. Aroha Rawson, co-creator and actor in The Haka Party Incident created by Katie Wolfe, came into studio to disucss the show with Hannah and play three songs to portray what the show means to her.
This week Sam takes a look at the second album from Sheffield indie band Arctic Monkeys "Favoruite Worst Nightmare." Released in 2007, this album was seen as a progression for the group from their debut album and cemented the band as one of the best in the UK at the time.
This week Sam takes a look at the second album from New York jazz rap duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth "Mecca and the Soul Brother." Released in 1992, this album is considered to be a seminal album from the New York jazz rap scene of the early 90s and one of the best hip-hop albums of all time.
This week Sam takes a look at the debut album from New York new wave band Talking Heads "Talking Heads:77." Released in 1977, this album is considered to be one of the best albums to come out of the new wave scene in America and is recognized by many to be one of the great debut albums in popular music.
This week Sam takes a look at the final studio album from British band the Jam. Released in 1982, "The Gift" was one of the Jam's most commercially successful albums but also helped hasten the demise of the group over the future musical direction of the group.