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Paz Lenchantin talks to Sam Wicks about making the transition from touring musician to permanent member of The Pixies.
"It’s like this giant jigsaw puzzle that you’re just trying to find the right piece to."
West Auckland hip hop outfit Third3ye perform two cuts from their new EP.
The Kills talk to Sam Wicks about embracing their rock 'n' roll lineage.
As PNC explains to Sam Wicks, athletic feats serve as fuel for his penmanship.
Auckland-based MAALA speaks to Sam Wicks about his new album Composure, a title that speaks to his headspace as much as the poised presentation of his music.
The soul singer joins Sam Wicks in the studio.
Sam Wicks digs into DJ Shadow's microscopic attention to detail.
Graduates of Toi Māori Aotearoa Pao Pao Pao are celebrating Matariki by breathing new life into the songs of Dr Hirini Melbourne.
Recloose talks to Sam Wicks about his surreal new life in New York City.
Sam Wicks sits down with Pacific Underground member Pos Mavaega to look back on the group’s 23 years of history.
Onehunga rap collective SWIDT talk hometown pride with Sam Wicks.
Louie Knuxx tells Sam Wicks how working with marginalised youth has heightened his hip hop.
Street Chant's Emily Littler and Billie Rogers break down their long-awaited second album.
Matthew Healy, the outspoken singer of The 1975, breaks down the mantra behind his music.
Kamasi Washington tells us what to expect of his upcoming performance at Auckland City Limits.
Music 101's Sam Wicks talks rap and race with Vince Staples.
Guilty Simpson talks to Music 101's Sam Wicks about his relationship with the late, great J Dilla.
Weeks out from Wu-Tang Clan's first New Zealand visit, Masta Killa gives Sam Wicks the heads-up on what to expect.
Music 101's Sam Wicks catches up with Viet Cong in studio before they raise a ruckus in Auckland.
A$AP Rocky tells Sam Wicks about his marriage of sound and image.
Yelawolf talks with Music 101's Sam Wicks about reclaiming his redneck roots.
Sam Bradford tells Music 101's Sam Wicks that he couldn’t remove personal politics from his new album if he tried.
N.W.A.'s DJ Yella breaks down his 30-plus years in the rap game.
Ahead of their latest West Coast run, SmokeyGotBeatz and Andy Murnane talk about their AK-LA beat exporting enterprise.