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Kamasi Washington

Los Angelean saxophonist, composer and bandleader Kamasi Washington talks to Sam Wicks.

From Radio NZ National Music on 13 Feb 2016

Analog Africa

Trevor Reekie talks to Samy Ben Redjeb, the crate digger behind Analog Africa.

From Access All Areas on 13 Feb 2016

Kate Tempest Live at Kings Arms

South East London poet, spoken word and hip hop artist Kate Tempest performs at Auckland's Kings Arms.

From Radio NZ National Music on 06 Feb 2016

Introducing: Strange Stains

Strange Stains introduce their track 'Subterranean Insides'.

From Introducing on 06 Feb 2016

The Internet

Odd Future-affiliated soul outfit The Internet talk to Sam Wicks.

From Radio NZ National Music on 06 Feb 2016

DIIV

DIIV's Zachary Cole Smith speaks to Emma Smith about the slippery poetry that shaped their new album, Is This Is Are, and the influence of krautrock. 

From Radio NZ National Music on 06 Feb 2016

Oscar Key Sung

Zac Arnold catches up with Melburnian Oscar Key Sun at Laneway 2016.

From Radio NZ National Music on 06 Feb 2016

Vince Staples

Northside Long Beach native Vince Staples talks race and rap.

From Radio NZ National Music on 06 Feb 2016

NZ Live - Debbie Harwood and Shona Laing

Quintessential Kiwi rockers Debbie Harwood and Shona Laing join us in our Auckland studio, performing something of a precursor to their show in Hawke's Bay next weekend - and another at Auckland Zoo, of all places, two weeks after that. The duo are among a handful of women who created the musical background to our lives during the '70s, '80s and '90s, and are among the most accomplished musicians in the country.

From New Zealand Live on 05 Feb 2016

Introducing Hartebeest

Hartebeest introduce their track 'Bassparty'

From Introducing on 30 Jan 2016

Purity Ring

Half of Canadian duo, Purity Ring, Megan James shares their latest stage set-up with Emma Smith, ahead of their 2016 Laneway appearance.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Mac DeMarco live at Flying Out Records

Mac DeMarco performs all the hits in Flying Out's carpark.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Tickled

David Farrier and Rodi Kick on composing the score for feature film Tickled.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Low - No Comprende

Alan Sparhawk introduces 'No Comprende' from their 2015 album, Ones and Sixes, ahead of Low's 2016 shows in Wellington and Auckland.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Astro Children

Mille Lovelock of Dunedin duo, Astro Children talks literature, feminism and One Direction, and shares insights into the band's new EP, Plain and Fancy Killings.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Paquin

Guitarist and recording engineer, Tom Healy, tells Emma Smith about III, the final EP in the triology of bedroom project turned four piece band, Paquin.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Jeremy Toy - Fonky Donuts

Performing as his boogie funk alias, Leonard Charles, Jeremy Toy is in the midst of an ambitious project to cover J Dilla's Donuts in its entirety. He shares his 'fonky donut' version of 'Waves' with Emma Smith for Music 101.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

Guilty Simpson

Guilty Simpson on J Dilla's lasting influence.

From Radio NZ National Music on 30 Jan 2016

NZ Live - Anna Hawkins

Anna Hawkins could be our next international star, following in the footsteps of Hayley Westenra and Lizzie Marvelley. Last November she released her second album "Divine."

Recorded in Poland and mixed in London, it has received widespread critical acclaim and looks set to follow the success of her debut album which reached Number six on the New Zealand Chart.

Anna performs with her sister Lisa Grace Hawkins. 

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From New Zealand Live on 29 Jan 2016

Phil Collins Reassessed

Phil Collins reassesses the face value of his career with the Take A Look At Me Now reissue series.

From Radio NZ National Music on 23 Jan 2016

Introducing Baynk

Baynk introduces his track 'Could You'.

From Introducing on 23 Jan 2016