Tom Odell performs 'Magnetised' and 'Concrete' live in session.
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Peach Milk introduces her song 'Superambi'
New Zealand label Sarang Bang Records has been unearthing some historic jazz recordings and receiving international acclaim.
Every Orchid Offering, the new album by Andrew Keoghan is rich and detailed, blending electronica with live instruments, and with a much stronger rhythmic component than its prececessor. Nick Bollinger finds out more.
Auckland-based electro-pop artist MAALA tells Sam Wicks how he's building his brand on his poised album debut, Composure.
Les Baxters introduce their song 'Call Centre'.
Sara Quin of Tegan and Sara fame talks to long-time fan and fellow Canadian Sarin Moddle about the group's recent pop turn.
Nick Bollinger samples the Congolese rhythms and Portugese collaborations of Konono No. 1.
Nick Bollinger considers the eternal ingredients of teenage angst and distorted guitars in the music of Car Seat Headrest.
Australian troubadours' Ben Salter and Dan Kelly have crossed the ditch to tour our fair country. 2015 saw both of them release new records, Ben with The Stars My Destination and Dan with Leisure Panic! Zac Arnold nabs them for a session.
Growing up in conservative, God-fearing South Carolina wasn't easy for Parson James. Gay and bi-racial, he tells Zac Arnold his story and sings stripped back versions of a couple of songs.
Aaradhna sits down with Sam Wicks to talk through the experiences that shaped Brown Girl, her soul-searching new set.
Wellington band The Black Seeds have had huge turn over in their line-up in the last couple of years - and what better way to test out the new players than by taking them on tour. Invited by the Victoria Ska Fest to play four shows in British...
Martin Rev, keyboardist with NYC pro-punk duo Suicide, talks to Trevor Reekie about the band's singular career.
Nick Bollinger reviews a musically and socially astute new album from black British New Yorker Devonte Hynes, who records as Blood Orange.
Despite a 20 year break from touring overseas, The Chills still maintain a loyal fan base in the U.K., U.S. and Europe. Keyboardist for the band, and keen anthropologist, Oli Wilson, talks to the fans there to figure out what makes this love of The...
Current world DMC runner-up and #kupuhou viral video sensation, DJ Spell is getting ready to take another tilt at the turntable title. Yadana Saw checks out how preparations are going for the te reo tutor and trick-fingered vinyl spinner.
Troy Kingi stops by the M101 studios for a korero and couple of tunes from his forthcoming double album Guitar Party at Uncle's Bach.
Craig Leon, the producer behind the Ramones' 1976 debut LP, talks to Trevor Reekie about the album's 40th anniversary.
Self-described perfectionist DJ Shadow talks to Sam Wicks about his latest album, The Mountain Will Fall.
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