Music 101 Pocket Edition 3604/22/15
Don McGlashan, Stan Walker, Herbs and Jakob, winners of the 2015 Taite Music Prize.
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Paolo Nutini in session, Napalm Death- keeping the intensity boiling and Caroles come of age.
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The construction and deconstruction of Surf City, Faith No More preview new material, Bolivian national treasure Luzmila Carpio and Seth Frightening in session.
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The dance of Death and the Maiden, SJD presents 'Invisible Man', Pokey LaFarge in session and Graves' grinding intensity.
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Fela Kuti gets a Broadway makeover, Stephen Malkmus in conversation with Samuel Flynn Scott and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz.
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It's a WOMAD 2015 spectacular, with Myele Manzanza, Jupiter and Okwess International, Bombino, Trinity Roots and Public Service Broadcasting.
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The evolution of Mogwai, Six60's stadium sized ambition and Elvis tribute artists, in the gardens.
Mogwai - 20 years of glorious noise
For two decades Glaswegian band Mogwai has consistently redefined the loud-quiet-loud conventions of post-rock. Known for their fearsome - and at times uncomfortably loud - shows, they're in New Zealand this weekend.
M101 Pocket Edition for 28 Feb
In Music 101 Pocket Edition 29: Zac Arnold riffs with Rock Star Guitarist Slash; Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron opens up about juggling stick duties; and Mani Dunlop drops in on the beachside festivities at Splore 2015.
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We speak to Perfume Genius, Weird Together and A Place to Bury Strangers. With new cuts from Metz, Blur, Trinity Roots and Yumi Zouma.
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Mesa Cosa "kiss the fish", orbiting beats and internet soundscapes with Tlaotlon and King Missile IV live in session.
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Nightmares on Wax at the ultimate chill out zone, Proton Beast get industrious and Spook The Horses embrace their quieter side.
Music 101 Pocket Edition 25 Laneway Special
It's the 2015 Laneway Special: Control and confidence with FKA twigs, Belle and Sebastian on writing songs about young people, and Connan Mockasin heads home.
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Dudley Benson reviews Björk's surprise-release Vulnicura, Mark Rye shares stories from a life spent working in the British music industry and Sam Wicks speaks with Tom Krell, aka How To Dress Well.
The Mixtape: Ria Hall
Since first appearing on the musical horizon as front person for reggae band Hope Road and as a backing vocalist for Hollie Smith, Ria Hall went on to release a solo EP in 2011 and, a few years later, to feature on Stan Walker's te reo hit 'Aotearoa'....
The Mixtape: Warren Maxwell
The driving force behind much-loved bands Trinity Roots and Little Bushman and member of eclectic Featherston-based trio Vinyl Bison offers up a wonderfully diverse, chronologically-themed mixtape.
The Mixtape - Tami Neilson
Musical guests compile a C60, and talk us through the selections. This week, award winning Canadian-born country musician Tami Neilson with a selection of early influences and new discoveries.
The Mixtape - Electric Wire Hustle
Musical guests compile a C60, and talk us through the selections. In the first of Summer Music 101's Mixtape season, Electric Wire Hustle's David 'Taay Ninh' Wright and Mara TK share the songs that inspire and influence them.
Music 101's Favourite Songs Of 2014
It's that time of year when music fiends are making lists and checking them twice, assessing the year in music that was. In the spirit of the season, Music 101 tasks a selection of our favourite music minds to come up with - and riff on - their...
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Inside the Red Bull Music Academy Tokyo, RZA's vision for A Better Tomorrow and the Gothic folk of Nadia Reid.
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