Morning Glory for another week! This time round we played live songs from Floating Points at Laneway 2017 ahead of the release of thier new album 'Crush' out this Friday. We also had a chat to k2k about overseas travels, organising shows & what scoming up for her over the next few months.
Floating Points - Silurian Blue (Live at Laneway 2017)
imugi 이무기 - Dizzy (remaster)
Jamila Woods, Saba - BASQUIAT
Cate Le Bon - Miami
christoph el' truento - new jack
Sampa The Great - Mwana feat. Mwanje Tembo, Theresa Mutale Tembo, Sunburnt Soul Choir
Ryan Hendriks is a legend in the Tamaki Makarau local scene making waves for years in both solo works & groups like Badcorporation. In December 2019 Ryan let loose 'Quintessence' a 4 track EP on The Grow Room. He also teamed up with Ethan King, Brandon Rangi-Dixon & Tuhoea Tuteao for 'The Crop [Vol.1]'. Ryan joined Hunter in the studio to chat about all of this & more + played a few favourite songs and chatted about them.
Kourosh Yaghmaei - Gole Yakh
Pastor T.L Barrett and the Youth for Christ Choir - Nobody Knows
Erasmo Carlos - É Preciso Dar Um Jeit,o Meu Amigo
This week, Sam and Oscar take a look at the second studio album from the virtual band Gorillaz "Demon Days." Released in 2005, this record became a 2000s classic and cemented Gorillaz international reputation.
Goodspace make it up to the bFM studio through construction tape and the sound of heavy machinary, but give us a taste of their own pumping sound as well as some tidbits about upcoming gigs and releases
Shaq, Shaq & Jess joined Hunter in studio today to chat about Filth AKL. A club night that has morphed into a community centered around prioritising Queer, Trans & Non-Binary People of Colour in the local music scene. Filth AKL is set to appear at Laneway Festival at the end of the month. Hear about all this & check out what they chose below.
Sho Madjozi - John Cena
Sheneseea - Hard Drive
Gafacci - Kaala
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at the second studio album from Tears for Fears "Songs from the Big Chair." Released in 1985, this record was a smash hit and spawned some of the biggest hits of the 1980s.
For the final anniversary album for 2019, Sam looks at Tom Waits' second studio album "Heart of Saturday Night." Released in 1974, this album set a blueprint for Waits music which would last the rest of the seventies.