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Music, interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, career profiles, new, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales - with a focus on New Zealand/Aotearoa.
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Aotearoa, New Zealand

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Music, interviews, live performances, behind the scenes, industry issues, career profiles, new, back catalogue, undiscovered, greatest hits, tall tales - with a focus on New Zealand/Aotearoa.

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English


Episodes

The Mixtape: Jeremy Taylor

4/21/2018
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To celebrate the 11th International Record Store Day, Slow Boat Records' Jeremy Taylor shares his stories and songs from life behind the record shop counter.

Duration:00:56:29

Garth Cartwright - Going For A Song

4/20/2018
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[image:149007:full] Garth Cartwright is a New Zealand-born, London-based music and arts writer. He is the author of Princes Among Men: journeys with Gypsy musicians and More Miles than Money: journeys through American music .He has also written for the Rough Guide, Time Out, The Guardian, The Sunday Times and The NZ Listener. For his new book Going For A Song - A Chronicle of the UK Record Shop, Garth conducted more than 100 interviews with some of the icons of the record shop trade and...

Duration:00:21:25

Boyboy perform live at RNZ

4/20/2018
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Sam Mccarthy has already been in two high profile NZ bands - Goodnight Nurse, and dance pop outfit Kids Of 88. Sam has now relocated to Los Angeles where he makes music as Boyboy, as well as writing and producing for other projects. Sam and his band joined us in the RNZ studio for a catch up, and to play a few songs.

Duration:00:18:07

Melbourne trio Camp Cope on standing up for gender equality

4/20/2018
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The three members of Camp Cope have been fighting sexism in the music industry since they formed in 2015, while all the while creating unique and well-crafted music. The Melbourne trio talk to Jana Whitta ahead of their Auckland show.

Duration:00:15:14

Kimbra: "I'm not particularly drawn to massive celebrity or fame"

4/20/2018
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Kimbra's third album Primal Heart has just been released. She spoke to Music 101's Alex Behan about collaborating with Big Boi, Janelle Monae, Thundercat, and Pino Palladino.

Duration:00:19:42

The Mixtape: Chris Matthews

4/14/2018
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The Headless Chickens are being recognised at the 2018 Taite Music Prize with the IMNZ Classic Record Award. To celebrate, we talked to frontman Chris Matthews about six of the songs that have influenced him over the years - one from each decade.

Duration:00:55:52

Camp Cope

4/13/2018
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Melbourne punk trio Camp Cope are heading to NZ soon to support their second album How To Socialise & Make Friends. Ahead of their visit they spoke to Jana Whitta.

Duration:00:14:24

Blick Bassy

4/13/2018
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Blick Bassy is a singer - songwriter from Cameroon, but these days he lives in France near Calais where he composes music, paints and has also just written and published his first novel.

Duration:00:18:50

Sex and Food by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

4/10/2018
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On the fourth album from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Ruban Neilson combines dyastopian visions with a complex musical imagination. Nick Bollinger listens.

Duration:00:12:23

Hockey Dad

4/6/2018
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New South Wales surf-rockers Hockey Dad join Tony in the RNZ Studios to perform and have a chat.

Duration:00:12:45

Headquarters: Groeni

4/6/2018
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In this instalment of RNZ Music's Headquarters, where we meet bands in their creative spaces, Yadana Saw catches up with electro-emo-synth trio Groeni, who are keeping things super local.

Duration:00:23:14

Boarding House Reach by Jack White

4/3/2018
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For Boarding House Reach, Jack White goes heavy on the funk and synthesisers, but has he over-reached himself? Nick Bollinger takes a critical listen.

Duration:00:10:30

Don't Let Them Lock You Up by Hopetown Brown

4/3/2018
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Nick Bollinger tunes in to two-man band - and sometime Supergroove horn section - Hopetoun Brown.

Duration:00:08:57

Jet Jaguar: creating new aural environments

3/30/2018
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Michael Upton has been making exploratory electronic music under the name Jet Jaguar for 22 years now. To mark the release of his sixth album Everything Happens, For Some Reason, RNZ's Tony Stamp talked to Michael about his move toward ambient music, staying independent, and creating new sound-worlds from the comfort of his home.

Duration:00:12:42

Tom Lee-Richards in session

3/30/2018
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Whangarei-born Melbourne musician Tom Lee-Richards brought his looping pedal into the RNZ studio to perform two songs.

Duration:00:13:44

Leisure - A once in a lifetime opportunity

3/30/2018
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Playing with the Auckland Philharmonia is a big deal, but Leisure are taking it in their stride.

Duration:00:09:39

INTERVIEW Gin Wigmore - So hyped to be here

3/30/2018
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Gin Wigmore has a beautiful six month old boy, a brand new album 'Ivory' and has started a Girl Gang.

Duration:00:13:10

The Mixtape: Chelsea Jade

3/28/2018
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Los Angeles based songwriter Chelsea Jade tells tales and plays songs

Duration:00:56:45

Seeing Things by Eb and Sparrow

3/27/2018
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Wellington band Eb and Sparrow peer into some dark corners but also find places of comfort and hope on their third album. Nick Bollinger has a listen.

Duration:00:08:26

Hiphop & Samoan oratory: brothers from another mother

3/23/2018
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Today's hip-hop 'battles' have interesting similarities with the art of traditional Samoan oratory (lauga), says music producer Anonymouz. He brings the two art forms into conversation in the upcoming show 4 Tha Lumana'i.

Duration:00:22:41

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