Today's show takes a spacey, jangly start – with a recent find by April Magazine, 'Lost', then some psychedlic, krautrock and acid jazz – à la Alice Coltrane. We finish off the show on the CDJs with various dub techno and deep house cuts, before the remix of the day. See you next time, ka kite!
April Magazine - Lost
Yuzo Iwata - Gigolo
Ducks Ltd. - Train Full of Gasoline
Mount Kimbie - Fishbrain
DJ Boring - Can't Fix A Broken Heart
Harrison BDP - Easy Tiger
The Ceyleib People - Changes (Tygstl)
Oluko Imo, Fela Kuti - Were Oju Le (The Eyes Are Getting Red)
E whai ake nei, coming up on the Wire for Rāpare Thursday!
Beth spoke to Counsellor for Waitakere, Shane Henderson, about the impact the government’s recent repeal of Three Waters will have on the Council in terms planning of water services and infrastructure.
Castor spoke to The University of Otago’s Professor Michael Baker about increased measles risk in Aotearoa and possible countermeasures.
Caeden spoke with Acting Chief Commissioner, Dr Karanina Sumeo, about Aotearoa's human rights issues and what the impacts of the Universal Periodic Review could be.
Spike spoke to Unite Union Contact Center organiser Sam Burnside-Woods about unionisation at One NZ, work from home policies and the ongoing redundancy waves.
And Castor spoke with doctoral student at the University of Auckland, Tom Pearce, about assessment based education, the campaigned policies and alternative methods to increase learning for students.
Telecom company One NZ, previously Vodafone, was recently acquired by investment management company Infratil, which under the backdrop of unionisation efforts, has started to downsize the company in order to maximise profits. The latest announcement from the CEO includes changes that might result in 10-20% of the workforce being made redundant.
Spike spoke to Unite Union Contact Center organiser Sam Burnside-Woods about unionisation at One NZ, work from home policies, and the ongoing redundancy waves.
Today on drive join Milly as she indulges in a little bit of Marijuana Media thanks to The Hempstore and plays plenty of tunes, not quite enough to last you a lifetime, but enough to last you four till seven!
This week for Marijuana Media, Milly and Chris start off on a high note - discussing whether weed is in fact psychedelic, the US Navy making big turns, the New Zealand Drug Trend Survey, and finish it off with a rather dramatic arrest.
Rod Oram gives us some Political Commentary about the recent goings on in Aotearoa. Lucinda Bennett is chatting pizza on Breakfast Food. Party Dozen are in the studio to talk about their show this evening at Whammy Backroom with Cable Ties. Sami Afuni, Arlo Green and Roxie Mohebbi are in the studio to talk about the six-part drama comedy series’ first season playing on Neon, Miles From Nowhere. We recap your Top Ten. Whakarongo mai nei!