Hear Jackson Phillips, the singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist behind Day Wave, play his latest single live on Mornings with Alex Pye.
Oh Pep stopped by to chat about their debut album and played live versions of their new tunes ‘Wanting’ and ‘Trouble Now’.
From collaborating as solo artists to starting a band together – and getting married somewhere in between. Hannah and Tim from Middle Kids give us the story so far.
Listen to a beautifully tender live rendition of ‘Dream Wave’ by New Zealand’s Hollie Fullbrook, aka Tiny Ruins, on Lunch with Samantha Groth.
We squeezed Julia Jacklin’s band into the studio for a live performance of ‘Pool Party’. Watch the video and listen to her interview with Chris Twite.
A beautifully stripped back live serenade on Mornings.
Having just played the “best show of his life” at a sold-out gig at the Metro, Leon Bridges jumped into the studio with Michaela Morgan on Arvos.
In a disarming interview that left everyone in the studio in silence or tears, hear NZ’s Aldous Harding and Australia’s Laura Jean (plus Laura’s father and sister, incidentally) speak with Jack Shit on ANZAC day. Each artist performs an intensely personal piece in the process.
Hear Dave from Gang of Youths drop, tune and then play his guitar in an incredibly moving acoustic rendition of ‘Knuckle White Dry’. He also talks with Lexy about nearly getting arrested in LA, smokers’ teeth, and being generally cantankerous.
Effervescent indie upstarts Frente! were a breath of fresh air when they arrived on the scene in the early 90s, yet pressures mounted as their star ascended. Here Angie and Simon revisit an intensely creative time, delivering pristine and playful live renditions of Labour Of Love and Ordinary Angels, showing said star will burn brightly for a while yet.