Listened back to some live tracks from the incredible Carnviorous Plant Society gig that was at The Wine Cellar on Saturday night while also getting super excited about the Fancy New Band showcase which is this friday. All that plus a fresh selection of the newest songs from your favourites.
Carnivorous Plant Society - The Bogan & The Kid [Live at The Wine Cellar 20/06/20]
Toro y Moi - Ordinary Guy (feat. The Mattson 2)
Julianna Barwick, Jonsi - In Light
MIKE - allstar ft. earl sweatshirt (prod. by dj blackpower)
DJ Shadow - Walkie Talkie
The Beths - Out of Sight
IDLES - Grounds
PAINT - Ta Fardah
Diggy Dupé - CT&T
Jockstrap, Injury Reserve - Robert
Carnivorous Plant Society - Agatha [Live at The Wine Cellar 20/06/20]
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "Get Happy!!," the forth studio album from Elvis Costello & The Attractions. Released in 1980, this record saw Elvis take a stylistic turn towards a more soul and R&B-influenced sound.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at "Post," the second studio album from Icelandic art pop singer Björk. Released in 1995, this album marked the start of a sustained period of succes for Björk which continued well into the 21st century.
Kita are on todays Fancy New Band playing some tracks off their new EP 'Try To Find a Way", catch them tomorrow night at Whammy bar for some lush harmonies and a bangin time to kick your weekend into gear.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at the tenth studio album from American soul legend Diana Ross "Diana." Released in 1980, this album went on to become the biggest selling of her career and spawned several international hits.
This week, Sam and Geneva take a look at the second studio album from UK band The Style Council "Our Favourite Shop." Released in 1985, this album is a politically-charged take-down of Thatcherism and consumerism in 1980s Britain.
Baylie Vinson comes up to the bFM studio on a calm Friday morning to offer some storm to the calm with emotive lyricism and strong performative energy, bringing us a glimpse into the future of Aucklands music scene.