This week on Tuesday Morning Glory features new songs from Adrianne Lenker, Dresser and American Football. For 'About Town' this week we highlighted live tracks from OPOSSOMs set at Laneway 2012 and we threw in some christmas songs for good meausre as well!
Today's musical treats include a remixed track from post punk Canadians Ought, some classic Japanese alt rock from the pillows and the usual, intermittent field recordings and funky grooves. Tune in to hear Jenn poorly pronounce all of the French songs she chose to play you ;)
The Sylvers - Yesterday
The Honeysticks - I Don't Love You Anymore
Drugdealer - Far Rockaway Theme
Ought, Euan - Desire - Euan's Driving at Night Mix
Tyler, The Creator - Big Bag
Georgia Anne Muldrow - Play It Up
Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2 - Son Moi
Reckonize Real Guilty Simpson - The Build (Intro)
Klaus Johann Grobe - Watte in meinem Kopf
Kaytranada - Chances feat. Shay Lia
Caroline Rose - Money
Diggy Dupé - Trust feat. Rizván & Trey Bond
Jane Siberry - Symmetry (The Way Things Have to be)
This week on Morning Glory Hunter played new songs from Toro y Moi, Homeshake and MeloDownz. For 'About Town' this week he highlighted live tracks from Parquet Courts set at Laneway 2014 and In the second hour of the show LB popped up to the studio to share some of his favourite influential tracks for My Morning Mixtape.
This week on Morning Glory Hunter played new songs from Kaytranada, Church & AP & Saba. For 'About Town' this week he highlighted live tracks from DIIVs set at Laneway 2016 and In the second hour of the show Cass & Tom from Audrey's Dance popped up to the studio to share some of their favourite influential tracks for My Morning Mixtape ahead of their performance at MOTH Festival this weekend
Join Keria and crank the volume up to max; it's Friday Morning Glory time! We throw up some hot hits from the likes of Alex G, angeltown, Kevin Morby, The Uplifting Bell Ends, Sam Hoffman, scabs and Sam O.B. . Sadly, there's no Fancy New Band for this week, but we're keeping the vibe alive with all these smokin' hot tracks. So keep that volume cranked and listen to those sound waves... ~ ~ ~
This week Jenn continues to settle in bringing you tracks old and new. We hear from the likes of Les Papyvores, Dennis. and some sweet 90's inspired House from Pascale Project. The lovely Mel Parsons joins Jenn in studio to talk about her new album Glass Heart, touring and recording in th U.S.A and performs an acoustic tune for us all to treasure.
Peaches - Kick It (ft Iggy Pop)
Pip Blom - Pussycat
Girlpool - Where You Sink
CLUBZ, Girl Ultra - Súper Visión
Aphex Twin - T69 collapse
Leon Russell - Out In The Woods
Les Papyvores - Le Papyvore
SASSY 009 - Pretty Baby
Michele Mercure - Beginning
Yoko-Zuna - Find A Way feat. Ladi6
Dennis. - Fin3
MEEr - 1953 feat. Siobhan Leilani
Mel Parsons - Just 'Cause You Don't Want Me
Lisa Crawley - Baby It's Fine
Roy Montgomery - Outsider Love Ballad No. 1 feat. Katie Von Schleicher
Look Blue Go Purple - Year of the Tiger
Ounce - Electric Eye
Dog Power - Love Potion
Julia Jacklin - Head Alone
Pascale Project - Enough Feelings
Paul Weller - In Amsterdam (Noonday Underground Remix)
This week on Morning Glory Hunter played new songs from MeloDownz, Soda Boyz and Christoph El Truento. For 'About Town' this week he highlighted live tracks from Swearin' and In the second hour of the show Nick & Robert from Parade came up to the studio to share some of their favourite influential tunes for this weeks My Morning Mixtape ahead of Flight Night this friday at Neck of The Woods with Totems.
Lisa Crawley joins us on Friday Morning Glory to talk more about her new single, Baby It's Fine. We talk about the production elements of the single, the process of creating a music video for the track, as well as her experience working with Alistair (Boycrush) and Mark (Merk) on the production and instrumental elements.
This week for our final anniversary album of the year, Sam takes a look at the debut from Snoop Doggy Dogg (as he was known then) "Doggystyle." Released in 1993, "Doggystyle" came hot on the heels of Dr. Dre's "The Chronic" and helped cement the popularity of G-Funk on the West Coast in the early 90s.
This week, Sam takes a look at the second studio album from American alternative rock band The Breeders "Last Splash." Released in 1993, this album is considered to be their best work and one of the best indie albums of the 90s.
On Fancy New Band this week, Saxobros join us in studio to perform 2 covers: Not Many/Nature and Slice of Heaven. We chat about everything saxophones... and that's pretty much it. You might have to listen to the full podcast to hear what else we talk about, and also Sean's sick intro rap! Thank you so so much NZ On Air Music! ~ ~ ~
On Fancy New Band this week, we're joined by another rip roaring band, Barracuda Swim School. We chat about the music scene in their high schools, how the band started up, and more about their future plans and endeavours! All with the help of NZ On Air Music to dust the sugar on top! ~ ~ ~
Cass and Tom from Audrey's Dance popped up to the studio to share some of their favourite influential tracks ahead of their performance at MOTH Festival this weekend. Check out their picks here and follow the My Morning Mixtape playlist here.
Kraftwerk - The Model
Todd Terje - Strandbar
William Onyeabor - Good Name
This week, Sam takes a look at the debut album from Wu-Tang Clan "Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)." Released in 1993, this album helped move the direction of New York hip-hop in a more hardcore direction and is considered by many to be the best rap album of all time.
Parade are a new organisation who host club nights highlighting a variety of dance music from Aoteroa. This friday they're hosting Flight Night headlined by Totems at Neck of The Woods. Nick and Rob from Parade popped up to the studio to let us know what sort of music to expect at Flight Night and the songs that inspired Parade to launch.
ThugWidow - Dead Colony
ILL_K - Windspiel
Feli - Wut U See
This week, Sam takes a look at the third and final studio album from the Jimi Hendrix Experience "Electric Ladyland." Released in 1968, this was Hendrix's most ambitious and experimental album yet and remains one of the most influential guitar albums of all time.