On this week's 101, Charlotte is playing your Isolation Dedications - songs you'd like to share with friends whose events you've had to miss due to the lockdown. Plus Nick Bollinger has reviews in The Sampler, Trevor Reekie interviews Jimmy Carter from The Blind Boys of Alabama, and Lepani introduces himself.

The Blind Boys of Alabama (Jimmy Carter centre)

12-1pm Photo: supplied

The Sampler - Burna Boy


Jimmy Carter from The Blind Boys of Alabama


The Sampler - Marie McKee

Porridge Radio


The Sampler - The Highwomen

Introducing: Lepani


The Mixtape: Tom Sainsbury

Songs played on this show:


Rodriguez - Sugar Man
David Bowie - Sound and Vision
The Beatles - While my guitar gently weeps
Burna Boy - Odogwu, African Giant, Pull Up, Anybody, Gbona, Dangote, Destiny
Neil Finn and Don McGlashan - Andy
Sharon Van Etten - One Day
M Ward - Unreal City


LCD Soundsystem - All My Friends
Prince - Sign of the Times
Manu Dibango - Soul Makossa
Blind Boys of Alabama - Have Faith, Walk to Jerusalem, I Shall Not Walk Alone, People Get Ready, One Safe Place, Amazing Grace, Way Down In The Hole, Work To Do
Frazey Ford - One More Cup of Coffee
Pin Group - Ambivalence


The XX - Crystalised
Underworld - Born Slippy (Alma & Mater edit)
Maria McKee - Effigy of Salt, Let Me Forget, I Should Have Looked Away, La Vita Nuova, Page of Cups, Right Down To the Heart of London, The Last Boy
PJ Harvey - This Is Love
Porridge Radio - Born Confused, Give/ Take, Lilac, Sweet, Long
Violent Femmes - Kiss Off
BADBADNOTGOOD - Key To Love (Is Understanding)


David Byrne - Home
Otis Redding - These Arms of Mine
The Highwomen - My Name Can’t Be Mama, Loose Change, Cocktail and a Song, Redesigning Women
Ehrling -  Palm Trees
Lepani - Breathe
Bob Dylan - Murder Most Foul
Bressa Creeting Cake - Palm Singing

Local concert promoter Banished Music is holding a raffle!

The music industry (along with many others) has taken an enormous hit from Covid-19. Cancelled gigs have meant a loss of income for musicians, venue owners, tour promoters and more.

One local promoter, Banished Music, which works with the likes of Nadia Reid, Lawrence Arabia, Finn Andrews (The Veils), Reb Fountain, Tiny Ruins and more, is using a Kiwi classic to raise some much-needed funds… a raffle!

Anyone can enter for the chance to win a lifetime’s worth of double passes to every Banished Music-promoted show from now until the end of time!

All proceeds go to small live venues and local independent promoters.

Click here to enter the raffle.