Music 101 for Saturday 6 April 2019
Yadana Saw talks to Kiwi electro-pop artist Theia about the mechanics of song writing and how she has matured as an artist.
1:20 Sawmill Café
Saffron Guinness from the Sawmill Café in Leigh discusses the history of the legendary NZ venue and the documentary she’s putting together about it.
1:30 Song Crush
Kirsten Johnston is joined by Tony Stamp, Nick Bollinger and Jogai Bhatt to play new music from Church & AP, Chai, Connie Constance and Caroline Easther.
2:10 Louis Baker
Kiwi musician Louis Baker performs his new song ‘The People’ live in the studio.
2:20 Nashville Songwriters
Kirsten Johnstone talks to Nashville hit-writers Devan Dawson and Brandi Clark about the complexities of country music.
2:40 Ill Baz
DJ Ill Baz, one of the artists performing at the upcoming Christchurch benefit concert, discusses his experiences with racism in the NZ music industry.
3:20 Booka Shade
Tony Stamp talks to German Electro veterans Booka Shade about the scene in Berlin and making dance music in Germany.
4:05 The Mixtape: Karen Rachman
Music Supervisor Karen Rachman talks to Tony Stamp about her adventures in Hollywood. She is responsible for some of the most memorable soundtracks of the last 20 years, including many of the films of Quentin Tarantino.
Music played in this show
Intro music: Quite a Party - The Fireballs
Little Green Bag - George Baker Selection
Not Your Princess - Theia
All Apologies - Nirvana
The People - Louis Baker
Everyday Apostle - Spencer Tweedy
Leigh Sawmill Cafe
Bag of Money - Fly My Pretties
Hundred Mile High City - Ocean Colour Scene
Talk Show Host - Radiohead
Livestream - High Beams
Vailima - Coco Solid
Is Old Town Road country music?
Old Town Road remix Billy Ray Cyrus - Lil Nas X
Baby Blu - Nilüfer Yanya
Raleigh Ritchie - Time In A Tree
Take Me To Church - Hozier
New Era - The Shins
Her’s - What Once Was
Red Bull and Hennessy - Jenny Lewis
The Mixtape: Karyn Ratchman
Coconut - Harry Nilsson
Suspended In Gaffa - Kate Bush
Sad And Beautiful World - Sparklehorse
God Give Me Strength - Elvis Costello and Burt Bacharach
Think About Your Troubles - Harry Nilsson