Music 101 for Saturday 21 February 2009
We speak to Dawn Raid rapper Savage, about swinging his way to success in the US and his new album 'Savage Island'
Nick Bollinger is impressed with pop tart Lily Allen's new album, we find out why;
Trevor meets extreme banjo player and noise artist Eugene Chadbourne
(pictured below, performing with Nigel Gavin)
Find out about the strong German/Kiwi connection that sees a slice of Berlin taking over a Wellington bar for a couple of weeks (complete with robots and ping-pong), and get a taste of the colourful Cuba Street carnival happening today
Nick listens to the Louisiana traditions of Cajun combo Beausoleil
Part two of AK 79 Live - featuring The Terrorways, the X-Features and The Spelling Mistakes;
And we attend the recent protest against the contentious new copyright laws.
More information about the upcoming changes to the NZ Copyright law
This Way Up: Tech Time from 7/2/09
Peter Griffin on how the controversial section 92A of the Copyright (New Technologies) Amendment Act 2008 is going to work.
Afternoons with Jim Mora: from 18/2/09
The Virtual World with Helen and Chelfyn Baxter - New Zealand copyright law is due to change in a major way.