1.10 Kia ora from Te Matatini 

Today we're bringing Music101 to you live from Te Matatini at Wellington's Westpac Stadium. This afternoon's show is co-hosted by Yadana Saw and RNZ Te Manu Korihi journalist Te Aniwa Hurihanganui. 

Te Waka Huia

Te Waka Huia Photo: Supplied

1:30 Song Crush 

For episode five of RNZ Music podcast Song Crush Khost Kirsten Johnstone is joined by Lisa Tomlins, Elliot Childs and Tony Stamp. 

Aldous Harding

Aldous Harding Photo: Clare Shilland - Supplied

2:30 Mark Day and the Happy Mondays

Johnny Vahry caught up with guitarist Mark Day from the Happy Mondays about the hedonism and escapism of the band ahead of their one off show in New Zealand.

2:45 Love and Hope for a generation 

Mark Vanilau, Troy Kingi and Mara TK are the three members of Love and Hope. They've all got connections to Matatini and have snuck off from the major event to record a live session in RNZ's Wellington Studio. 

3:15 Julia Jacklin drops in 

Julia Jacklin’s new album Crushing came out yesterday and she’s playing a number of dates in Aotearoa over the coming week. Tony Stamp got her into the Auckland studio this week to play for us.

Julia Jacklin

Julia Jacklin Photo: RNZ / Claire Eastham-Farrelly

3:30 Tōku Reo Waiata

Auckland is also about to experience an awesome celebration of Waiata! On the 16th of March Toku Reo Waiata will burst into song as part of the Auckland Arts Festival.

It’s a night where Te Reo will be taught through music. It’s jam packed with performers and has all been put together by artistic director Tama Waipara. Kirsten Johnstone caught up with Tama to find out quite how it all works.

4:05 The Mixtape: Garth Cartwright 

Garth Cartwright, a New Zealand-born, London-based music and arts writer. He is the author of Princes Among Men: journeys with Gypsy musicians, More Miles than Money: journeys through American music, Sweet As Journeys in a NZ Summer and last year’s Going For A Song - A Chronicle of the UK Record Shop. Garth also contributed to Miles Davis: The Complete Illustrated History as well as writing for Time Out, Songlines Magazine, The Guardian, The and Sunday Times (UK).

In this edition of the RNZ Mix Tape Garth talks to Trevor Reekie about hitting the road, exploring new places, absorbing the music and encouraging the musicians to tell their stories.

Garth pictured in a Brixton based reggae record shop

Garth pictured in a Brixton based reggae record shop Photo: Supplied by Garth Cartwright

Music played in this show

Music Details - 16/2/19

1pm

Artist: Rina Mushonga
Song:  Pipe Dreamz

Artist: Andrew Bird
Song: Sisyphus

Artist: Florence and the Machine
Song: Moderation 

 

Artist: Major Lazer
Song: Get Free

 

Song Crush 

 

Artist: Aldous Harding
Song: The Barrel

 

Artist: Chaka Khan
Songs: Hello Happiness

 

Artist: Chaka Khan
Songs: Ladylike

 

Artist: Better Oblivion Community Centre
Song: Dylan Thomas

 

Artist: Weyes Blood
Song: Everyday

 

2pm

 

Artist: Herbs
Song: E Papa 

 

Artist: Baker Boy
Song: Cool as Hell

 

Artist: The Cinematic Orchestra
Song: A Promise

 

Artist: Fat Freddy's Drop
Song: Trickle Down

 

Artist: Stone Roses
Song: Waterfall

 

Happy Mondays: A Monster

 

Artist: Happy Mondays
Song: Hallelujah (Club Mix)

 

Artist: Happy Mondays
Song: Wrote For Luck,

 

Artist: Happy Mondays
Song: Lazy Itis

 

Artist: Happy Mondays
Song: Kinky Afro Step On

 

Artist: Happy Mondays
Song: Step On

 

Love & Hope Live Session
 

Artist: Love & Hope
Song: Giant of the Lake

 

Artist: Love & Hope
Song: Kryptonite Rocks in Your Letterbox

 

3pm

 

Artist: Julia Jacklin
Songs: Comfort, Pressure To Party

 

Artist: Julia Jacklin
Songs: Pressure To Party

 

Artist: Tama Waipara
Song: Tangihia

 

Artist:Six60
Song: Rivers