A very chill episode with absolutely no reference to the weather or Wayne Brown at all. Promise xx. We farewell Lewis from Sales but he may come back as a recurring character. Dr Loggcabin also comes in and takes over the decks for a full hour.
The rain and some Auckland dude getting his body ate by a Jaguar in the 80s - on the agenda on this episode. Murray Cammick comes in for Audioculture to talk about Albert Park's musicial history as a venue.
The sun came back to say hello to Auckland for once, but it didn't stop Corey from symbolically calling for 1 outs with Mayor Wayne Brown after some comments with the Herald. Also, Flicks n' That has our mate Steve Newell clapping for James Cameron achieving world dominance at the box office (again).
Jonny has been having some strange dreams, Corey thinks the word News is said weirdly by the rest of the world, and Andrew Maitai of Powertool Records comes in for What's Cooking, ahead of PowerWest Fest in the weekend.
It's another slammin busy episode as the nation grips with the fact that Ardern has resigned. Marijuana Media brings more Cheeba Cheeba news, Cocktail Corner brings us the Faberge Hi-Ball, and Hot Sauce Club visit the studio ahead of their show on Friday Night.
It’s all on tonight with all sorts of artists just dropping in to say hello - and more! We chat with Drop Legs and Pasiflorez ahead of their gig, Zoe Moon drops in to speak about her new EP, and Molly of Morning Glory speaks to OKAY KAYA ahead of her live debut in New Zealand.
It's another classic spin on the humble Gin & Tonic, but there's olives and office mugs involved this time 'round. Gin Jubilee is also just around the corner. We also need a name for this drink... Ideas?
Corey recorded a special edition of What's Cooking before 2023 came along, and spoke with some Americans that were viral on Tiktok with a song performed at a thift store (that doesn't even exist any more). Live from the States are Estelle Piper, Tom Shaw, and Vincent Gargiulo of Toasters 'n' Moose.
The first edition of In Da Cyberspace takes us to M.I.T. where TOM CRUISE'S MINORITY REPORT is coming alive with A.I. and our new friend Tyler Baikie walks us through how it works and the limitations faced so far.