Travelling Tunes brings us the wake up call we didn't ask for. Rachel and Tess are pretty into it, to be honest. Featuring UVB's Masculinity, Josh Wink's Higher State of Consciousness - Tweekin Acid Funk, and Derrick May's The Dance.
In amongst all the NZVAPOR Top 95 excitement, Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us Bossa Nova. What a glorious genre. Featuring original tracks like Sergio Mendes & Brasil 96's Mais Que Nada, and newer tracks like Hope Tala's Lovestained, and Pomona Dream's Easy Raider.
We're talking Quiet Storm, the genre Dr. Kirsten Zemke says is baby making music, Tess was thinking more cuppa tea and some sunshine, but each to their own, eh? Featuring Bobby Caldwell's What You Won't Do for Love, Rose Royce's I'm In Love and Kool And The Gang's Too Hot.
Dr. Kirsten Zemke is taking a trip into the world of Jam Bands? But is it good time? You decide. Featuring Phish's Punch You In The Eye, The String Cheese Incident's Can't Wait Another Day, and the Grateful Dead's Touch of Grey.
Dr. Kirsten Zemke is feeling a little unconvinced by today's genre. We're talking Glitch Hop today, featuring on ill.gates, Ben Walsh and Katia's Bamboo, beardthug's This Falafel Has Drugs In It, and Opiuo's Sneakers.
Dr. Kirsten Zemke reckons New Jack Swing will take us through to the weekend smoothly. Where Hip-Hop meets RnB, you'll find Tony! Toni! Toné!'s Feels Good, TLC's Hat 2 Da Back, and Boyz II Men's Motownphilly.
Dr. Kirsten Zemke finds the missing link between genres, and it's been dubbed Power Pop. Today we're featuring The Undertones Teenage Kicks, Todd Rundgren's Couldn't I Just Tell You and Cheap Trick's Surrender.
Dr. Zemke opens the door into the tight community of the Juggalo. Once a niche subculture boasting 20,000 strong festivals and their own brand of soda, now a smaller presence still exhibiting influence on mainstream rap. But who is the 'juggalo'? Is it... all of us?
Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us Two-Step, a genre between disco and before dubstep (roughly). Featuring on Shanks & Bigfoot's Sweet Like Chocolate, Zed Bias's Neighbourhood, Wookie & Lain's Joy My Pride. It's a bop.