New Zealand relies heavily on China for trade, but currently there have been nearly 400 detention camps built for Uighur Muslims and reports of abuses of Human Rights. Zoë talks to Green MP, Golriz Gharaman, about how we in New Zealand can effectively call out Human Rights Abuses in other countries without exacerbating xenophobia here in Aotearoa.
Variety plus, or perhaps a wildly unpredictable shambles. Good though. Skynyrd. Dylan. Dylan covered by Queens of The Stone Age. Emmylou. Ellis Pernu. Hoodoo Gurus. Johnnys. Drive By Truckers. Sammy Brue. Nikki Lane. Jerry Jeff (RIP). The Eastern. Calexico. Sarah Shook. Jenny Don't & The Spurs. Grateful Dead. And Beatles country song that's not Rocky Racoon...
dave alvin - surfer girl
thehangdogs - hey janene
queens of the stone age - outlaw blues
bohannons - girl from chicago
sammy brue - skatepark doomsday blues
lynyrd skynyrd - simple man
Jerry Jeff Walker - I feel like hank williams tonight
Jubt and Kirk back atcha with the usual soulful sounds including new material from Melbourne's Pro-Teens "I flip everytime I fly", the new 7" reissue from Rain & Shine Heaven's Sound "Fire", Azymuth & Ali Shaheed Muhammad "Sunrise", East Coast love Affair "Taken for granted" on the excellent Athens of the North label, and much more!
Carl Anderson - Buttercup
Donald Byrd - Wind Parade
Toquinho - Carolina Carol Bela
Lucas Arruda - Who's That Lady
The Isley Brothers - I'll Do It All For You
Bobby Glover - Your Spell
Sunlightsquare - I believe in miracles
Dynasty - Straight out
East coast love affair - Taken for granted
Aldorande - Summer Body
Jeff Lorber - Full Moon
Alicia Myers - I Fooled You This Time
Jimmy Lane & the incredible five - Deal with it
Mickey & the Soul Generation - Iron leg
Claraence Reid - Nobody but you babe
The Emotions - Love Vibes
T.S. Monk - Too Much Too Soon
Bernice Watkins - Lets Call It A Day (Instrumental)
Heaven's sound - Fire
Ellen McIlwaine - Higher Ground
Weeks & Co - Rockin' it in the pocket
Paul Hardcastle - Rain Forest
John Whitehead - Body Move
Willie Hutch - Sexy Feelin'
Soulpersona - Sunrise
Azymuth, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad - Cat Jump
Azymuth, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad - A Redor Do Samba
Alicia Frankovich tunes in from Melbourne to speak with Heidi about her performance piece, 'AQI2020', currently showing at The Auckland Art Gallery. She shares her experiences of the insane wildfires that ravaged Australia earlier this year on which this work is based. Alicia's practice has often deconstructed conceptions of bodies, human and non-human, in the process opening up awareness and a sense of possibility about various ways our bodies are less discrete than we tend to take for granted. In line with that, this show has tried to follow threads of connection in the arts practitioners interviewed. Next Natasha Conland takes a call to discuss her role in curating the work for all of us currently stuck in one of the safest Islands in the world right now. And finally, Sophie Sutherland, who is one of the performers in Alicia's piece, tells us about the work from the perspective of a participant. Sophie currently has a show of her own at Audio Foundation, titled 'Ball Park', which runs until the 31st of Whiringa-aa-Nuku, October.