Join Jenn for another Thursday filled with her musical curiosities. We play some punky pop from CHAI and New Pants, get smooth with Gene Harris and Gemma and Jenn announces the first ever NZ show of Hiss Golden Messenger. Look after yourselves, don't be adick and look after our home. Mauri Ora!
Green Grove - The Sleuth [Edit]
James Duncan - Galactic Screen Saviour
Die! Die! Die! - Like Everyone Else
New Pants - Our Era
Sly & The Family Stone - If You Want Me To Stay
Charlotte Adigéry - Okashi
Sports Dreams - Drive
CHAI - Kawaii Hito
Steve Lacey - Love 2 Fast
Eiko Ishibashi - Iron Veil
Octo Octa - Can You See Me?
Finn Johansson - I Know Exactly How Big My Heart Is
(Sandy) Alex G - Taking
Gene Harris - Theme For Relana
Gemma - Love Trade
Luie Luie - Touch of Light
The Echo Ohs - Anna Ant
Joan As Police Woman - Sweet Thing
Kilo Kish - The Fears of a Dilettante
Perfume Genius - Eye In The Wall [Edit]
christoph el' truento - new jack
Adrianne Lenker - cradle
Hiss Golden Messenger - Old Enough to Wonder Why (East Side-West Side)
First show! Yeow, Jack here playing some tunes by Molly and Nick Drake, master mother and son duo. Little bit of Anniversary Albums with Sam Smith giving us a run down of The Cars album heartbeat city and we play some tunes. Ciao!
Jenn feels like she sprints through today's show, take a jog along side her! Raiza Biza joins her in the studio to talk change, the beauty of Hamilton and his forthcoming album. Bygones is out on October 4th. Hear tracks by Teremoana Rapely, Queen Suticase, Swans and Letta Mbulu. Oh, are we finished already? Wherever does the time go?
Raiza Biza joins Jenn in the studio to talk on his forthcoming album, Bygones. Tune in to hear them chat about the importance of change, collaborations and the beauty of Hamilton. Bygones is out October 4.
This week, Sam takes a look at the comeback album from British singer/songwriter Marianne Faithfull "Broken English." Released in 1979 after years in the wilderness from Faithfull, this album is now considered her masterpiece and kickstarted her singing career when many thought it dead.
Yosiah spends his time between Russia & NZ producing a range of electronic music. This weekend he is joing an incredible lineup of talent at KLANG, a techno clubnight at Whammy Bar. Today he joined Hunter in studio to discuss his latest release Groove Distortions & chat about some songs for My Morning Mixtape.
Deep Dimension - Coming on Strong
PTU - Castor and Pollux
Filmmaker - Faceless Regime
Yosiah - Godspeed
This week, Sam takes a look at the second studio album from post-punk group Public Image Limited "Metal Box." Released in 1979, this album was one of the most ambitious projects former Sex Pistol John Lydon was ever involved in.
Post Mag is Auckland's only printed entertainment and city guide - They’re turning One this weekend and to celebrate the occasion they’re having a party at Hopetoun Alpha with a ton of great artists. Today Keegan has picked out a few songs to share with us all for My Morning Mixtape.
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Ooo Baby Baby
Young Hearts Run Free - Josie Rika
Kiss The Sky - Living For You
Jenn is joined in studio by Maddie North aka gothy, synthy chanteuse So Below. They chat trying things out, success despite a little self doubt and her forthcoming album due out early next year. Catch So Below playing this Saturday at Cassette Nine's Madcap Clubnight (it's free!)
Fray Mysterio released a couple of new songs earlier this month and they’re also going to be playing this weekend at Whammy Backroom alongside Amamelia / Go Nuclear / DJ PG VG & a couple of others. Today they joined me in the studio to share a few songs and have a chat about the new release.
K-Hand - Census
T5UMUT5UMU - 2019 (VIP)
Arpanet - Axis of Rotation
CHAII is set to appear at Whammyfest this weekend alongside a ton of great local acts. She’s also on the Northern Bass lineup & will be opening for Fat Freddys Drop in January so we had a chat to her about all of that and listened to some of her favourite songs for this weeks My Morning Mixtape.
Childish Gambino - Summertime Magic
J Cole - A Tale of 2 Cities
Princess Nokia - Sugar Honey Iced Tea (S.H.I.T.)
This week, Sam takes a look at the fourth studio album from Janet Jackson "Rhythm Nation 1814." Released in 1989, Janet tapped into the new jack swing scene in a move that took her to number one in America.