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  • Dave Graney session ( 24′ 51″ )

    Surreal Australian songwriter Dave Graney and longtime collaborator Clare Moore join us in session.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • The Secret Life Of Music Radio ( 23′ 2″ )

    Music radio has proven to be one of the most durable members of the old media club, but the move to mobile devices and streaming music services coupled with short attention spans are further diluting an already crowded spectrum. Nick Atkinson investigates how stations here and overseas are adapting to this new digital landscape.

    From The Secret Life Of on 30 Aug 2014

  • The Sampler - Lewis, L'Amour ( 8′ 48″ )

    Joe Nunweek explores the strange story and eventual rediscovery of long-lost North American crooner Lewis.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • Introducing - Marika Hodgson ( 6′ 53″ )

    Marika Hodgson, introducing her song with Noah Slee - Parallel Love.

    From Introducing on 30 Aug 2014

  • Ron Gallipoli ( 11′ 51″ )

    After a hiatus from fronting abrasive post-punk band Sharpie Crows, Sam Bradford has taken up electronic music and returned as Ron Gallipoli, with a new album titled Ron Gallipoli Loves You All. We catch up with Gallipoli to talk about misanthropy, sarcasm, and the art of solo performance.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • Bunnies On Ponies - Samuel Flynn Scott ( 14′ 48″ )

    Samuel Flynn Scott joins us with a new song from his revived Phoenix Foundation side project Bunnies on Ponies.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • Kristin Hersh In Session ( 23′ 58″ )

    Throwing Muses' lead singer/songwriter Kristin Hersh performs a live solo session for Music 101.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • The Clean ( 17′ 47″ )

    The Clean's Hamish and David Kilgour and Robert Scott are just finishing up a run of North American shows. Gemma Gracewood met up with the trio during their New York stop to talk about their three respective solo albums, which were all released in quick succession.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Aug 2014

  • Womad 2014 Live: Hollie Smith, Red Baraat ( 50′ 51″ )

    Highlights from live performances by Wellington-based singer-songwriter Hollie Smith and the Brooklyn based eight-piece band Red Baraat, who were embraced by the Womad audience with their fiery blend of Indian Bhangra rhythms augmented by a New Orleans styled brass section.

    The programme was produced and presented by Trevor Reekie for Radio NZ National.

    MUSIC DETAILS:

    Hollie Smith performs: Castles Made of Sand, BFC, Make Believe, Before The Day Is Done, Bathe In The River. Mixed by Darryl Stack

    Red Baraat perform: Brooklyn Bhangra, Raise Your Voice, Mhangra. Mixed by Jason McClelland

    From Radio NZ National Music on 29 Aug 2014

  • NZ Live - Linzee Inkster ( 36′ 57″ )

    Though initially a reluctant performer, with a bit of arm twisting we were successful in persuading her, and so today on New Zealand Live we are happy to reintroduce you to Linzee Inkster. Today performing with a band - Linzee and the Leaf Blowers - play music from her debut album "Love Blood".

    From New Zealand Live on 29 Aug 2014

  • The Sampler: Mirel Wagner ( 8′ 50″ )

    Born in Ethiopia, and raised in Finland, Miril Wagner's lyrics and cadence are chilling, with bare bones accompaniment. Nick Bollinger takes a listen to Wagner's first album for Sub Pop, When the Cellar Children See the Light of Day.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Tiny Ruins Live at The Crystal Palace ( 25′ 10″ )

    When Tiny Ruins' Hollie Fullbrook and band performed songs from her critically acclaimed album Brightly Painted One at the Crystal Palace, a disused movie theatre on Mt Eden Road in Auckland, demand for tickets saw a queue line up around the block. Radio New Zealand engineer Andre Upston was on deck to capture the performance, ensuring Music 101 listeners a front row seat.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Little Bark ( 11′ 24″ )

    By day Sophie Burbery is a mild mannered synthesiser enthusiast; by night she is Little Bark, otherworldly purveyor of electronic pop. Matthew Crawley speaks with Burbery about the forthcoming Little Bark album USB, her synth collection, and her love of all things Phil Collins.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Hanson ( 10′ )

    We talk with Isaac Hanson about keeping his band of brothers together for twenty years and turning their love of craft beer into a brew of their own- Mmmhops.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • OMC - The Story of How Bizarre ( 17′ 58″ )

    OMC's How Bizarre, co-written by the late Pauly Fuemana and producer Alan Jansson, topped the New Zealand charts, then repeated this success in Australia, Ireland, South Africa and Austria, as well as making the Top 10 in eight other countries. The story of OMC has been made into a documentary, directed by Stuart Page which gets its first screening on Māori TV on Monday (25 August). Trevor Reekie talks with Page, producer and co-songwriter Alan Jansson and Simon Grigg from huh! Records about OMC's global success.

    From Access All Areas on 23 Aug 2014

  • Introducing - Open ( 7′ 17″ )

    Open, with War Criminal, from their album Chasing Returns.

    From Introducing on 23 Aug 2014

  • Yumi Zouma ( 10′ 32″ )

    With members spread across three continents, Yumi Zouma have to try harder than most to find time to rehearse. We check in with Yumi Zouma, at home for rare New Zealand shows.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Broods - Evergreen ( 12′ 59″ )

    We cross-examine the Nelson-born brother and sister of Georgia and Caleb Nott amidst a busy release schedule that sees them drop their Joel Little-produced debut album Evergreen one continent at a time.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Trinity Roots - Haiku ( 15′ 46″ )

    Much loved Wellington band Trinity Roots are back with their first new recording in a decade. We speak to songwriter Warren Maxwell about Haiku.

    From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Aug 2014

  • Womad 2014 Live : Tim Finn, Mokoomba ( 53′ )

    A second set of performance high-lights from Tim Finn where he goes back in time to the first Split Enz album; and Zimbabwe's finest musical export Mokoomba, who deliver an electrifying set that confirm their reputation as 'Zimbabwe's next generation of hope'.

     

    From Radio NZ National Music on 22 Aug 2014

  • Broods - NZ Live ( 39′ 55″ )

    New Zealand's Georgia and Caleb Nott have positioned themselves as one of the fastest rising new acts to emerge during the second half of 2013.

    From New Zealand Live on 22 Aug 2014