WBW is currently one of NZ's most promising musical prospects with millions of fans overseas and an incredibly loyal fanbase.
Using expressive songwriting and self proclaimed DIY production, they are connecting deeply with people all over the world.
Devilskin bassist and founder Paul Martin gives some insight into how they became merchandise masters. We also chat their brand new album Red.
Nothing like NZ On Air exists anywhere else in the entire world.
We talk social media, audiences and how NZ On Air's music funding model works with their esteemed Music Promoter, Jeff Newton.
If you've ever wondered what it takes to make a career out of DJ'ing (or you're just curious), this is for you.
This multi-guest episode explores the influence of these two iconic venues, and why so many people have dipped into their pockets to help in these trying times.
Learn about the history, the culture, the music and the people who call these venues home.
Song: Pacha - k2k
NZ rapper Zaidoon Nasir is a man to watch. He's played Aotearoa's biggest festivals, gained thousands of fans, and in this episode tells us how he plans to convert all his success into a Grammy.
Song: Way2Real - TIMES x TWO
Meet the passionate team behind NZ's Holiday Records, who have brought vinyl pressing back to our shores. (Ben Wallace and Harry Gorringe).
Song: FL3X0R - ID
17 year old NZ Country singer Grace Kelly has achieved things most musicians dream of, and most Kiwis wouldn't know her name.
'How It Feels' and 'San Jose'
Written and Performed by Grace Kelly
Published by Songbroker Music Publishing
Courtesy of Grace Kelly and Songbroker
From its humble beginnings in 2003, to its purchase by events powerhouse Live Nation - join us as we discover one of NZ's greatest success stories with co-founder Hamish Pinkham.
Song Credit: Every You, Every Me - Black White Dynamite
In this episode we speak to a professional sound engineer (Luke Finlay), a tertiary music tutor (Elton Noyer) and a mental health campaigner (Richie Hardcore) about how COVID-19 is changing the way they approach their profession and their lives.
Peter Dickens is the General Manager of Music Helps, a charity designed to support NZ Music professionals in their time of need. In this episode we address how COVID-19 will impact NZ Music and what we can do about it.