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Hand Habits - 4th of july
Bob Dorough - The Magic Number
Death Valley Girls - The Universe
Merk - Treehouse Club
Estere - Into The Belly Of Capricorn
Marlon Williams - Slipping Away (Max Merritt & The Meteors) [Live at 95bFM - 30/11/18]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Zero
Jane Weaver - Heartlow
Sophie - BIPP [Autechre Mx]
Fruit Juice Parade - Legislation
Shame - 6/1
The Veils - Nux Vomica
AceMo - Through The Pressure
The Sugarcubes - Birthday
Jazmine Mary - Dancer
Midnight Sister - Limousine
Polaroids of Polarbears - The Secret To Treading Water, Take A Deep Breath
Goat Girl - Badibaba
Emily Edrosa - Circle Of Love [Steve Miller Band Cover]
Arctic Monkeys - I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou - Hollywood [Cranberries Cover]
Voom - King Kong
Eden Burns - Invercargill
Mermaidens - I Might Disappear
Perfume Genius - Your Body Changes Everything - Boy Harsher Remix
Talking Heads - I Zimbra

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Fabian's Hollywood w/ Fabian Fanboy: January 8, 2021

Fabian's Hollywood w/ Fabian Fanboy: January 8, 2021 Fabian's Hollywood w/ Fabian Fanboy: January 8, 2021, 11.04 MB
Fri 8 Jan 2021

Fabian's on the line with all the latest and / or greatest from La La Land. This week he chats about how the desperate state of the movie scene due to Covid has lead to 2019's "bro-y comedy" Buddy Games screening in Aotearoa cinemas. He also highly recommends Promising Young Woman, starring Carry Mulligan. But be warned! Don't look at reviews. Not 30 minutes after chatting to Fabian had Rachel and Zoë ruined it for themselves.

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 8, 2021

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 8, 2021 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 8, 2021, 249.21 MB
Fri 8 Jan 2021

Welcome to the last Breakfast of the first week of 2021! What a year it's already turning out to be. Kicking off the show is Tinseltown's Fabian Fanboy with his latest movie recommendations. Then Rachel chats to Associate Professor Amy Fletcher on what the flying hell is happening over the U.S. which proves to be a highly interesting and informative talk. Later in the show she talks to PHF about new music and their upcoming gig. All with some great music leading us through the show. Whakarongo mai and have a wonderful weekend. 

I/V w/ Joe Locke: January 8, 2020

I/V w/ Joe Locke: January 8, 2020 I/V w/ Joe Locke: January 8, 2020, 18.35 MB
Fri 8 Jan 2021

Rachel catches up with Joe Locke, aka P.H.F., to hear aout his record 'New Metal' and the upcoming release show at Whammy Backroom. tune in to hear about the album and other projects he has been cooking up recently.

Praise of Songs w/ Sarah: January 7, 2021

Praise of Songs w/ Sarah: January 7, 2021 Praise of Songs w/ Sarah: January 7, 2021, 28.16 MB
Thu 7 Jan 2021

By this point in the show news had broken of the storming of the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC, so Sarah kicks off Praise of Songs with Moor Mother and Billy Woods' 'The Blues Remembers Everything the Country Forgot feat. Wolf Weston.' Then we hear The Simps' 'On Fye' and Dayne Jordan's 'BIDI' feat. a 95bFM favourite, JessB. 

Political Commentary w/ Dr. Lara Greaves: January 7, 2020

Political Commentary w/ Dr. Lara Greaves: January 7, 2020 Lara Greaves: January 7, 2020, 21.65 MB
Thu 7 Jan 2021

On this Political Commentary, Rachel chats to Dr. Lara Greaves about what's been happening in the news over the Christmas holiday season, including the Waikeria Prison protest, the Ihumatao Deal, and new Covid-19 pre-travel test requirements for those returning from the United States or United Kingdom. 

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 7, 2021

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 7, 2021 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 7, 2021, 256.11 MB
Thu 7 Jan 2021

On this Thursday Breakfast with Rachel she brings you a highly informative Political Commentary with Dr. Lara Greaves. They touch on the Waikeria Prison protest, the Ihumatao Deal and new Covid requirements for returning New Zealands from the U.K. or U.S.A. News breaks throughout the show of the thousands of Trump supporters who storm the Capitol in Washington D.C. Zoë brings you updates on the evolving story. Asides from the real-time updates on the crumbling of democracy, there's also a From the Crate with Southbound's Record Troye, and Sarah offers up some great music picks during her segment, Praise of Songs. 

From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: January 7, 2021

From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: January 7, 2021 From the Crate w/ Troy Ferguson: January 7, 2021, 29.85 MB
Thu 7 Jan 2021

LP exploration with the ever-knowledgeable Troy, featuring the following new cakes and/or tasty re-releases:

  • Nat Birchall - Black Ark
  • Turbotito - Heart and Soul
  • The Bug - Destroy Me (feat. Dis Fig)

All available from and thank to Southbound Records.

Word Salad w/ Amelia D'Screte: January 6, 2021

Word Salad w/ Amelia D'Screte: January 6, 2021 Word Salad w/ Amelia D'Screte: January 6, 2021, 19.59 MB
Wed 6 Jan 2021

Wordsmith Amelia D'Screte is up in studio with some crazy facts. Quite literally as it happens, as they've got all the etymology knowledge you could ever want on all the different words we use to describe something as crazy. Ranging from food to the moon to the Vikings, tune in to learn about the crazy word world. 

The Mind Trench w/ Rob Bollix: January 6, 2021

The Mind Trench w/ Rob Bollix: January 6, 2021 The Mind Trench w/ Rob Bollix: January 6, 2021, 15.61 MB
Wed 6 Jan 2021

Rob Bollix is back on the 95bFM Breakfast Show with his first Mind Trench for 2021. This week he regails tales of the wonderously talented and defensive lima bean, a 18th century headache remedy, offers up some hot new slang words, and explains why sports stars should get into chocolate milk! Whakarongo mai! 

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 6, 2021

95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 6, 2021 95bFM Breakfast with Rachel: January 6, 2021, 247.39 MB
Wed 6 Jan 2021

It's a sunny Wednesday morning and Rachel and Zoë are up in studio to greet the dawn and the fantastic line up of the day's show. First Rob Bollix brings another interesting Mind Trench where they learn the world's wonders from lima beans to 18th century headaches to chocolate milk. Then Pōneke based band Prison Choir pop up for a chat about their single, Tongue, and the band's future plans. Up next is Tim Batt with Mediabatt with all the latest media talk ranging from trucks to espionage. Finally, Amelia D'Screte regails the varied history of the word crazy and its fellow synonyms in Word Salad! Whakarongo mai!