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The next show is 8pm Wednesday 24 June.  Tune in!

Ha the Unclear – Infatuted

Ha the Unclear is an anagram of Nuclear Heath, which was a nickname for a friend who could only cook with a microwave. Luckily the now-Auckland based band’s music isn’t so cryptic.

The previous incarnation of tbis band, Brown, were responsible for the classic Our Love is like a David Bain Jersey, played last year. You’ll hear the similarity.

On the air tonight

A Kiwi station...Tune in at eight! Plenty of new and interesting music on the show tonight:

  • The D4
  • Cairo Knife Fight
  • Dictaphone Blues
  • Janine and the Mixtape
  • Mermaidens
  • Silicon
  • and more

Tracks from the stack include a little known Mary Suitcase release and some Bic Runga nostalgia from Emma Paki and Breaks Co-op. Something for everyone on show 31.


Catch-up on downloads…

It’s fair persisting down here, so good time to catch-up on  downloads …

Stay indoors, stay warm, enjoy the first ever Mondayised Anzac Day.

Next up … plenty

Yeah, no shortage of new Kiwi music free-to-air and streamed live on tomorrow night at eight.

Christchurch band The Response return to the show,  all the way from Vancouver. They team up with American French Fries for a couple of tracks on a new EP.

We’ll also hear  some alt.atmosphere.rock from Troika, a track from a new cassette release from Nick Raven, and a little Paul Williams (no, not the short 70s actor guy with blonde hair, but the brother of the shouty comedian).

Plus SJD, The Jury and the Saints, and some tracks from the stack. Tune in!

Next up – Taite Music Prize Finalists

Taite music award
Picture of the 2013 award sourced from

On Wednesday night at eight hear music from the finalists in the Taite Music Prize. The prize is named after music journalist Dylan Taite, who’s iconic monologues were compulsory watching in the days when TV producers were a little more adventurous.

The show will feature all of the finalists – from@peace to Kimbra, Delaney Davidson to Jakob, and many more.

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