Music 101 for Saturday 12 June 2021
Welcome to Music 101! Yadana Saw hosts this week, and has an amazing show lined up for you- check out what's coming up!
12:00 The John Campbell playlist hour
Man of morning television John Campbell comes to share his life affirming playlist with us. Prepare for lots of hip hop and reasons why you should still embrace new music.
1:00 RSD at SBR (Record Store Day at Slow Boat Records)
Nine to Noon music critic and record store peddler Jeremy Taylor is on the line about the busiest day on his shop's calendar.
1:30 RNZ Music Live Sessions | Disciple Pati
Check out award-winning Tāmaki RnB artist Disciple Pati performing live at Samoa House in Auckland.
Catch Pati live on Thursday, July 15 at Auckland's The Tuning Fork, alongside Paige and Wells.
Stay tuned for more incredible live sessions from Disciple Pati, LEAO (Noa Records), and Laiika.
Made with support from NZ On Air Music.
2:15 Drax Project
It’s only been six weeks since Drax Project were sharing a stage with Six60 performing 'Catching Feelings'. And now they’re about to head back out on the road.
Drax’s drummer Matt Beachen and bassist Sam Thompson chat to Yadana about their upcoming tour, and what it was like performing at the biggest show on the planet this year.
2:30 Ariana Tikao and Al Fraser pay tribute to Richard Nunns
Taonga puoro players Ariana Tikao and Al Fraser share their memories of the late Richard Nunns
2:45 The Sampler with Tony Stamp
Tony Stamp gets his ears around new releases by American musician and best selling author Michelle Zauner (AKA Japanese Breakfast), the second EP from Tamaki Makaurau hip hope artist PollyHill, and an ongoing dub-techno series courtesy of Wellington producer Signer.
3:15 Teremoana Rapley's new show and new album
Vocalist in Upper Hutt Posse, Moana and The Moahunters and familiar face on screen and behind the camera Teremoana Rapley has been promising a solo album for decades. As part of Kia Mau Festival she is performing a work-in-progress multidisciplinary show called Daughter, which forms the basis of her album Daughter of a Housegirl
3:30 Stacey Lee
Stacey Lee's new documentary Underplayed investigates gender discrimination in the electronic music scene - based on some fairly shocking statistics. It was supposed to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, but after that was cancelled, got its start in Toronto at a drive-in theatre, and debuted on streaming services on International Women’s Day.
Tony Stamp talked to Stacey Lee about her immersion into the world of electronic music, how the film affected the online platform Boiler Room (which streams DJ sets from around the world), and how she hopes we can redress the balance.
Wellington band Birdfeeder say their music is for “time travellers, tea leaf readers and full moon gazers, summoned from the south seas.”
Band leader Stephanie introduces the band, talks about shadow puppets, and gives us a sneak peek at their upcoming EP.
4:00 The Mixtape - Mark Rogers
Nashville Babylon’s Mark Rogers selects a few songs and a great clutch of stories as this week’s mixtape guest.
Music played in this show
Intro music: Hugh Masekela - Riot!
The John Campbell Playlist Hour
NONAME - Self
Common - Funky for You ft. Bilal and Jill Scott
Alice Coltrane - Turiya & Ramakrishna
Frank Ocean - Biking
SWIDT - Bunga
Jamila Woods - BASQUIAT
Peter Cottontale - When I Get There ft Jon Batiste, Jamila Wood, Jeremih
Diggy Dupe - That's Team
Janis Joplin - Move Over
Reb Fountain - Don't You Know Who I Am
RNZ Music Live Session: Disciple Pati:
Serious, Jennifer Lewis, Be My All, Azryd’s Interlude, Mr Magic, Flawless, All of the Lights
Prince - Born 2 Die
Primal Scream - Loaded
Lorde - Solar Power
Drax Project - Catching Feelings
Phoebe Bridgers - Garden Song
Ariana Tikao and Alistair Fraser pay tribute to Richard Nunns
Homai to Poho
Tararua - Puaka
The Sampler - Signer
Teremoana Rapley - Four Women, What's Going On
Dam Native - Behold My Kool Style
Foster Sylvers- Misdemeanor
Metronomy - The Look
Peggy Gou - Nabi
Birdfeeder - The Long Hall
The Mixtape: Mark Rogers
Hank Williams- Your Cheating Heart
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World
The Clash - Magnificent Seven
Junior Murvin - Police and Thieves
Aretha Franklin - Right On
The Handsome Family - Weightless Again