On the show this week, we spin Wax Chattel's Stay Disappointed 7" (our 'Let's Get Physical' artist for the week) and we hear some sweet tunes by Taeko Ohnuki and Tyler, The Creator. Aimee is away for Who Arted this week so the show is jam packed full of hits, check it out! ~ ~ ~
This week Sam takes a look at the second studio album from Britpop band Blur "Modern Life Is Rubbish." Released in 1993, on this record, Blur changed their sound completely from a shoegaze-influenced style to a 60s pop-influenced style which helped start Britpop in the UK.
Aimee delves deeper with Iaone Iaone and Niki Hastings Mcfall about the umbrella term 'Pacific', it's pros and cons and where to from here. Both artists are exhibiting inPacific Notion: 20 Years On, at Whitespace, alongside Lily Laita, Kenneth Merrick, Lianne Edwards and Raymond Saga-polu-tele.
This week on Anniversary Albums, Sam takes a look at the 24th studio album from Nina Simone "Baltimore." Released in 1978, this was a comeback album of sorts for Nina and saw her take on an eclectic mix of covers spanning reggae to gospel to soul.
In a special two-for-one edition of Fancy New Band, experimental practioners S.L (aka Sam Longmore) and Eeling (aka Alex Brown) come up to play a combined set and talk about recently-formed local label mf/mp. Cheers NZ On Air Music!!
Savina Kim came up to the station to talk about the Ignite Programme as well as share some of her favourite tunes from across the years - Check out what tracks she chose for this weeks My Morning Mixtape.
So So Modern - Skeleton Dance
Gary Numan - Cars
Prince - Nothing Compares 2 U