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Unknown Mortal Orchestra - SB-06 Pt. VI
LCD Soundsystem - I Can Change
King Kapisi - Screems From Da Old Plantation
Tirzah - Do You Know
Peggy Gou - It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) [Jay Daniel Remix]
Bells Atlas - First Gen Pisces
Amamelia - Gay Slut
Noname - Song 32
Massive Attack - Angel
Anderson .Paak - Come Home feat. André 3000
Blood Orange - Charcoal Baby
Bressa Creeting Cake - Papa People
CHAII - Digebasse (Enough)
Bells Atlas - Belly
Tipene - Nannys House (feat. Tyna)
talia smith - Talia Smith
@peace - Hug Your Mum

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Artbank: 31 March 2019

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Sun 31 Mar 2019

This week we Ashleigh Taupaki and Jasmine Tuia chat to Rachel about VVAI, their upcoming show at the George Fraser Gallery exploring narratives from their families in Samoa. Plus Flo Wilson speaks to us about grief, composition and sound ahead of Prelude to a Requiem at the Audio Foundation. 

Artbank: 24 March 2019

Artbank 24 March 2019 Artbank 24 March 2019, 223.23 MB
Sun 24 Mar 2019

This week we have Magic Steven from Melbourne in the studio ahead of his upcoming shows across Aotearoa, plus we listen back to the chat we had with the Blue Oyster Art Project Space crew in 2018. Nice! 

Interview: Magic Steven

Interview: Magic Steven Interview: Magic Steven, 24.8 MB
Sun 24 Mar 2019

Magic Steven is a Melbourne-based artist, whose work has been described at various times as autobiographical storytelling, deadpan comedy, guided meditation, group therapy and long-form beat poetry. He popped into the bFM studio to chat to Rachel ahead of his upcoming shows around Aotearoa. 

Artbank: 17 March 2019

Artbank 17 March 2019 Artbank 17 March 2019, 218.25 MB
Sun 17 Mar 2019

This week with Finn McCahon-Jones speaking about the walking tours of Tāmaki- Makaurau he is taking with David Straight called Looking at the City. We Also have Lisa Beauchamp, Hannah Burgoyne and Julia Craig in studio- the crew at Gus Fisher Gallery- speaking about the grand re-opening of the gallery: We're Not Too Big To Care!

Interview: Gus Fisher Gallery team

Interview Gus Fisher Gallery Interview Gus Fisher Gallery, 32.01 MB
Sun 17 Mar 2019

Lisa Beauchamp, Julia Craig and Hannah Burgoyne are in studio today to speak about the grand re-opening of the Gus Fisher Gallery: We're Not Too Big To Care! 

Interview: Finn McCahon-Jones

Interview: Finn McCahon-Jones Interview: Finn McCahon-Jones, 20.36 MB
Sun 17 Mar 2019

Finn McCahon-Jones is in studio to talk about his walking tours of Tāmaki-Makaurau with David Straight: Looking at The City.

Interview: Samoa House Library Curriculum

Interview: Samoa House Library Curriculum Interview: Samoa House Library Curriculum, 17.93 MB
Sun 10 Mar 2019

Samoa House Library, your fave community run and sourced art library on K'rd, is putting on a series of public programmes called *Curriculum*. Josh and Hannah popped into studio to talk us through their first event on saturday and how the rest of the pseudo-summer school programme will run. 

Artbank: 10 March 2019

Artbank: 10 March 2019 Artbank: 10 March 2019, 163.05 MB
Sun 10 Mar 2019

This week we are talking to Samoa House Library about their sort-of-late-summer school programme *Curriculum*. We also have Claudia Dunes, Rainer Weston and David Ed Cooper in the studio to chat about their group show with James Wylie: Sometime, Someday, When All is Said and DonePlus, the weekly Art Guide and plenty of great tunes! 

Interview: Sometime, Someday, When All is Said and Done

Interview: Sometime, Someday, When All is Said and Done Interview: Sometime, Someday, When All is Said and Done, 37.97 MB
Sun 10 Mar 2019

Claudia Dunes, Rainer Weston and David Ed Cooper are in studio this week to speak about their group show with James Wylie at RM gallery. Sometime, someday, when all is said and done is the second time these four artists have worked together, and functions somewhat as a sequel to their 2018 show fine moon, poor tuning at Meanwhile gallery. 

Interview: Jasmine Guffond

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Sun 3 Mar 2019

Jasmine Guffond is a berlin-based sound artist and electronic composer who is interested in the ways sound can be used to experience data. Rachel caught up with her ahead of her performance at the Samoa House Fale to talk surveillance, sonics, CryptoParties and more.