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Wellington act Mermaidens chat to Emma Smith about their moody new album, Undergrowth.
Ethereal duo Purple Pilgrims perform 'Thru Evry Cell' at their Coromandel home.
Music 101's Emma Smith catches up with Casey Latimer from avant-garde rock outfit GPOGP.
Tami Neilson talks through the stories behind her new album Don't Be Afraid.
The All Seeing Hand’s Jonny Marks introduces Emma Smith and Sophie Wilson to the basics of throat singing.
No Wave icon Lydia Lunch chats to Emma Smith about her new band that's bringing her back catalogue back to life.
Emma Smith visits Auckland musicians Sean James Donnelly and Sandy Mill at Donnelly’s Glen Eden home for a SJD session.
Charli XCX talks to Music 101's Emma Smith about her rave beginnings, succinct lyric writing and synaesthesia.
Dunedin musician Kane Strang chats about the collection of heavy-hearted psychedelic pop songs that make up his new album.
Stan Walker performs live in the Radio NZ studios.
Surf City talk with Music 101's Emma Smith about the internal logic that keeps them together.
Dunedin might be best known for its guitar bands, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find the gothic city has a lot to offer the dancefloor too.
The New York based band talk about pushing through thresholds of noise and chaos.
Local band Proton Beast speak to Music 101 to discuss their debut album Digitizer.
Shonen Knife's Naoko Yamano talks with Music 101's Emma Smith about the power of happy songs.
A swinging blues number has won the top song-writing prize in New Zealand.
Solo artist Mike Hadreas on turning anger into power on his third album, Too Bright.
When grungier tracks didn't fit on the most recent Phoenix Foundation album, they were sent to a side project.
Nelson-based drum and bass producer Rich Gibbons, a.k.a. Borderline, has released his debut album.
Fraser Austin had a pretend band when he was asked to play his first show in Christchurch. Now he has his own record label, Crystal Magic.
Sean Kelly says performing as Seth Frightening is like wearing a “clown mask”.
Psychedelic garage with twins Oliver and Callum Devlin from Chrsitchurch band Hans Pucket.
Emerging local musicians are given two minutes to introduce one of their songs and say whatever they like about themselves.Your time ... starts ... Now!
Emerging local musicians are given two minutes to introduce one of their songs and say whatever they like about themselves and their music.Your time ... starts ... Now!
Eli Driftwood from Kaiwaka introduces his song 'Salvadore'.