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Jarvis Cocker - I Never Said I Was Deep
Alex Cameron - Stranger's Kiss (feat. Angel Olsen)
Mr. Lif & Akrobatik (The Perceptionists) - Grab Hold
Concord Dawn - Morning Light
The Phoenix Foundation - Bright Grey
Disasteradio - Sweatshop
LA Guns - Nothing To Lose
Diggy Dupé - Nightwing/KOTIC
Happy Mondays - Loose Fit
Niels Broos - HAL (feat. Jameszoo)
The Invisible - Love Me Again (feat. Anna Calvi) (Chaos in the CBD Remix)
The Mint Chicks - Opium of the People
Church of Goya - Carpark Building
Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side
Cigarettes After Sex - Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby
Eyes No Eyes - On TV
New Order - True Faith
Rafter - Life Like
Angelo Badalamenti feat. Julee Cruise - Falling
Paint Soup - Tinactin a Fool
P.H.F. - I WAS A KID ft.Emily Edrosa (The Others Way, Sep4

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95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 10, 2017

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 10, 2017 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 10, 2017, 325.5 MB
Thu 10 Aug 2017

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Assoc. Prof. Jennifer Curtin makes sense of an NZ political world gone topsy-turvy; brand new gig announces for your ear/eyeholes; Delaney gets a Scot-accented caller (and Sarah) a bit too excited about breadcrumbs; Troy's triptych is a corker (again); and Pearl just really needs Ximena to finish talking so she can get to class.

I/V w/ Ursula Williams and John Radford: August 9, 2017

I/V w/ Ursula Williams and John Radford: August 9, 2017 I/V w/ Ursula Williams and John Radford: August 9, 2017, 23.42 MB
Wed 9 Aug 2017

Filmmaker Ursula Williams drops in to the studio to talk documentaries, art installations and her place within the 2017 Loading Docs initiative. As one of 10 directors each making a three minute short on the topic of 'diversity', Ursula introduces us to her subject: Auckland artist John Radford... and his sleazy real estate alter-ego Ron Jadford. With his work focussed on the destruction of inner city domestic architecture, Radford asks: what will exist where you live 100 years from now?

Watch the ten short documentaries, including Ursula's, from August 11th at: http://loadingdocs.net/

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: August 9, 2017

Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: August 9, 2017 Sounding Off w/ Phil Goff: August 9, 2017, 26.76 MB
Wed 9 Aug 2017

It's been a minute since we've talked to His Worship and there's a fair whack to catch up on. Election promises for Auckland from political parties, stressful Council meetings, housing crises, and just who's paying for what?

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 9, 2017

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 9, 2017 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 9, 2017, 324.09 MB
Wed 9 Aug 2017

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Rob and Mikey make an impassioned argument for Messages in Water; a world-first spin on some new Marlon Williams; Dr. Maria takes on the latest in the Godzilla franchise; a corker of a catch up with His Worship the Mayor; Ursula Williams introduces us to the real estate dualities of John Radford/Ron Jadford; and we say goodbye to the Rhinestone Cowboy.

Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: August 9, 2017

Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: August 9, 2017 Can You Adam and Eve It? w/ Rob Bollix: August 9, 2017, 20.13 MB
Wed 9 Aug 2017

Mikey's sent Rob on another literal and figurative trip - this time into the world of Messages in Water. A new convert, both Rob and Mike then direct their impassioned assertions towards the bFM Sceptic's Corner**.

**Sarah

I/V w/ Ali Ikram: August 8, 2017

I/V w/ Ali Ikram: August 8, 2017 I/V w/ Ali Ikram: August 8, 2017, 19.88 MB
Tue 8 Aug 2017

Writer/broadcaster Ali Ikram is one of the panelists taking part in Auckland Museum's latest curated evening, LATE 2017: Home Sweet Home? A Question of Immigration. A hot-button topic not only in our election lead up, but around the world post Brexit and Trump, the important issue of immigration is a sensitive, nuanced one to tackle. So with that in mind, who will be taking part in Wednesday's discussion and how does Ali think it will all go down?

Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: August 8, 2017

Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: August 8, 2017 Fashun w/ Penelope Noir: August 8, 2017, 28.57 MB
Tue 8 Aug 2017

No longer a sales format limited to Tupperware™, Penelope takes us through the world of the apparel pyramid schemes* currently wreaking havoc in the United States. Could they take off here? And is onselling jazzy polyester they really _that_ bad?

* legally not pyramid schemes but 'multi level marketing'^^

^^ still totally pyramid schemes tho

Ready Steady Learn w/ Kirsty McNeil: August 8, 2017

Ready Steady Learn w/ Kirsty McNeil: August 8, 2017 Ready Steady Learn w/ Kirsty McNeil: August 8, 2017, 98.76 MB
Tue 8 Aug 2017

Kirsty, who is finishing her postgraduate studies at Elam School of Fine Arts, talks to Mikey about daily commutes and how these become automatic - often ‘edited’ out of our life’s stories. When we reflect on our day, we usually omit the ordinary journey backwards and forwards between locations. Kirsty began filming this part of her life, referencing the early genre of film known as ‘phantom rides’ – where a camera moves through space as a first-person view, allowing an audience to experience the journey through their own eyes. How do these explorations feed in to her current works? And can we have a look too, please?

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 8, 2017

95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 8, 2017 95bFM Breakfast with Mikey Havoc: August 8, 2017, 325.3 MB
Tue 8 Aug 2017

Today on your bFM Breakfast: Penelope warns of the perils of fashion pyramid schemes; Ali Ikram tells us about the latest LATE at Auckland Museum; it's not easy being Green; and Mikey learns about public space, memory editing and 'phantom rides'.

What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: August 7, 2017

What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: August 7, 2017 What's Up? w/ Jacinda Ardern: August 7, 2017, 27.22 MB
Mon 7 Aug 2017

Once Deputy Leader of the Opposition, now _Leader_ Leader of the Opposition, we catch up with the increasingly busy Jacinda Ardern. Between transport policies, new slogans and placings of potential coalition partners, is there time left for the local rugby club? (A: Yes. Yes, there is.)