On the show this week, we spin Matty's Clear 7" released by NTS (our 'Let's Get Physical' selection for the week), plus we play some of the hits by David Bowie & Trevor Jones, Anri, No Sky and BARB. For Who Arted this week, Aimee chats with Tracey Tawhiao about her latest installation, The Temple of Potential, Te Puna o Āio. It's a great show for another week, chill out and give it a blast... ~ ~ ~
Matty - Clear
David Bowie & Trevor Jones - Magic Dance
Rebel Yell - Toxic
Hercules & Love Affair - Are You Still Certain feat. Mashrou' Leila
Hans. & swrly - Go
Unchained XL - E No Dey Easy (ft Nuel Nonso, Phodiso Dintwe)
Bat For Lashes - What's A Girl To Do?
SWIDT - Who Run It
Onyx Collective - 2AM at Veselka
Anri - Silly City Girl
Kamasi Washington - The Psalmnist
hana vu - Shallow
No Sky - Entertained
Wolf Alice - Heavenward
Connan Mockasin, Lawrence Arabia and Liam Finn - Havin' A Baby
Soulwax - Essential Three
Matty - How Can He Be
David Byrne & St Vincent - Lightning (Kent Rockafella remix)
Girls Rock! Camp Aotearoa is coming to New Zealand for the second time so Hunter had Steph & Jana up to run us through the history of GRC and what to expect from the second year in NZ. Applications are open and you can apply right here. In the spirit of My Morning Mixtape they also picked out some songs from artists tied to Girls Rock Camps worldwide.
Hole - Miss World
Sleater-Kinney - Get Up
Gossip - Fire Sign
This week we have 18-year-old electronic artist Gretel up to for a chat and she shares some of her original compositions. The Rangitoto College student is one of ten finalists in this year's Smokefree Rockquest challenge, all ten acts will be performing live at the National Final, next Saturday 22nd September in Auckland. Cheers NZ On Air Music!!
This week Sam takes a look at "Aquemini," the third studio album from Atlanta hip-hop duo Outkast. Released in 1998, "Aquemini" is considered by many to be Outkast's best album and one of the best rap albums of all time.