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Andy and Brotha D on the new Dawn Raid film

23 Jan 2021

Dawn Raid - the new film directed by Oscar Kightley - follows the story of two Manukau Polytechnic students, Andy Murane and Tanielu Leaosavai'i (aka Brotha D) who turned a bootleg T-shirt business and hip-hop night at a local bar in Otara into the influential Dawn Raid Entertainment empire. Video, Audio

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Saturday 23 January 2021

 

We have all the summer vibes you need, right here on Music 101!

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GIVEAWAY - x2 double passes to Silicon / Kody Neilson at the Auckland Museum  - Mon 22nd Feb with support from DUAL!

Charlotte caught up with psychedelic duo DUAL last year. They chat about collaborating with Kody Nielson on their incredible song ‘Honey’.

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Live at the Museum poster

Live at the Museum poster Photo: supplied

12:15 Phil Spector dead at 81

Spector, who transformed pop with his "wall of sound" recordings, worked with the Beatles, the Righteous Brothers, and Ike and Tina Turner has died at 81. 

In 2009, he was convicted of the 2003 murder of Hollywood actress Lana Clarkson.

His death was confirmed by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

Trevor Reekie looks back on the music he made that created joy, and the actions he took that created terror. 

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(File photo) Phil Spector arriving for his murder trial at the Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles on September 20, 2007.

Photo: AFP

12:30 Andy and Brother D on the rise, fall, and rise again of Dawn Raid entertainment. 

The new film, directed by Oscar Knightly, follows the story of two Manukau Polytechnic students, Andy Murane and Tanielu Leaosavai'i (aka Brotha D) who turned a bootleg t-shirt business and Hip-Hop night at a local bar in Otara into the influential Dawn Raid Entertainment empire. 

Andy and Brother D join Charlotte and explain their motivation behind making the documentary, and crack some amazing jokes.

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Charlotte hangs out with Brotha D and Andy of Dawn Raid entertainment

Charlotte hangs out with Brotha D and Andy of Dawn Raid entertainment Photo: supplied

12:40 William Onyeabor 

Four years since the passing of William Onyeabor, a Nigerian funk musician and businessman from the late 70s.

He self-released eight albums and then became a born-again Christian, refusing to ever speak about himself or his music again.

There has been a great doco on him called ‘Fantastic Man’. Check it out below 

 

1:00 Summer Sampler Radio Hour:

On the fiftieth anniversary of his first solo album, Paul McCartney releases a new homemade set. Nick Bollinger evaluates it in the context of a half-century of post-Beatles albums, in this week’s Summer Sampler.

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Paul McCartney recording session in LA 2017

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2PM LIVE: Niel Finn and the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra 

Join one of New Zealand’s greatest songwriters Neil Finn and the Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra playing songs from Finn’s album Out of Silence, and a selection of greatest hits from his extensive career.

Joining Neil on stage are sons Liam and Elroy plus an array of New Zealand's finest musicians
 including Sean James Donnelly (SJD), Julia Deans, Samuel Flynn Scott (The Phoenix Foundation) and James Milne (Lawrence Arabia), and Victoria Kelly.

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3:00 Summer Songcrush

Tony Stamp is joined by musician and critic Dianne Swann, to discuss some of their favourite musical discoveries of 2020! 

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Dianne Swann

Dianne Swann Photo: Supplied

4:00 The Mixtape- Rose Matafeo 

Comedian, actress, and director Rose Matafeo talks about starting in comedy at age fifteen, being raised Rastafarian, and plays six songs that were introduced to her by her very cool mum. 

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Rose Matafeo with her award for the best comedy show at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival.

Rose Matafeo with her award for the best comedy show at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival. Photo: Twitter / Rose Matafeo

Songs played in today's show:

Herbie Hancock - Watermelon Man

The Beatles - Get Back

Play that Funky Music

Dawn Raid interview: 

Stop Drop and Roll - Mareko ft Decepticonz 

Wake Up - Aaradhna

The The - This is the Day 

Gin Wigmore - Woman

Vitamin String Quartet - Been Caught Stealing

William Onyeabor - Atomic Bomb

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Mulatu Astatke - Tezeta (Nostalgia)

Silicon - God Emoji

Summer Sampler Radio Hour- Paul McCartney:

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 The Temptations - Papa was a rolling stone

Bonobo - Eyes Down

Womack and Womack - Teardrops

David Dallas - 42 Below 

Marlon Williams - Bright Eyes (Art Garfunkel cover)