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A guide to the worlds of rock, pop, country, folk and beyond, hosted by music critic William Dart.

Latest Episodes

The Beatles – re-released and re-imagined

William Dart considers The Beatles – re-released with the 50th Anniversary Edition of Abbey Road; and re-imagined with Matthew Bannister's individual take on Rubber Soul.

28 MIN1 d ago
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The Beatles – re-released and re-imagined

Musicians go cinematic

New and atmosphere-soaked music by Patrick Watson, Angel Olsen, and the wonderful pairing of singer Gaby Moreno and arranger-producer Van Dyke Parks.

30 MIN1 w ago
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Musicians go cinematic

Mind Matters

William Dart looks at local music determined to find its way into your mind - new releases from Mermaidens and Purple Pilgrims and a CD of classic Kiwi ad jingles.

27 MIN2 w ago
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Mind Matters

Woodstock: Back to the Garden

William Dart goes back half-a-century to perhaps the most celebrated of all music festivals, Woodstock, and reviews a new 10-CD set of recordings called Back to the Garden.

28 MIN3 w ago
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Woodstock: Back to the Garden

Louis Baker's Open

William Dart puts Wellington singer Louis Baker in the spotlight following the release of his debut album of remarkably taut and tight soul, Open.

27 MINOCT 20
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Louis Baker's Open

Celebrating Sisters

William Dart listens to sister acts: Rosemary and Betty Clooney, The Shangri-Las, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, The Roches, and especially a new album from Tegan and Sara.

29 MINOCT 13
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Celebrating Sisters

Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop collaborate (but not together)

It’s not only what you sing but whom you sing with. William Dart tests out that hypothesis using new highly collaborative albums by Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop.

28 MINOCT 6
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Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop collaborate (but not together)

Trip to the Moon

William Dart travels to the moon and beyond, charting two decades of Tom Ludvigson and Trevor Reekie's Trip to the Moon albums, and looking at their new two-man improv album, Roto.

29 MINSEP 29
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Trip to the Moon

A Big Wide Wonderful World

William Dart goes globe-trotting, sampling ska from Melbourne, the almost indescribable Korean band SsingSsing, punk from Russia, and ending up in Scotland for folk-singer Karine Polwart's gorgeous new album.

29 MINSEP 22
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A Big Wide Wonderful World

Kicks from Rickie Lee Jones

William Dart indulges himself in the back catalogue of Rickie Lee Jones - all 40 years of it. Plus there's a new album called Kicks.

28 MINSEP 15
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Kicks from Rickie Lee Jones
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Latest Episodes

The Beatles – re-released and re-imagined

William Dart considers The Beatles – re-released with the 50th Anniversary Edition of Abbey Road; and re-imagined with Matthew Bannister's individual take on Rubber Soul.

28 MIN1 d ago
Comments
The Beatles – re-released and re-imagined

Musicians go cinematic

New and atmosphere-soaked music by Patrick Watson, Angel Olsen, and the wonderful pairing of singer Gaby Moreno and arranger-producer Van Dyke Parks.

30 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Musicians go cinematic

Mind Matters

William Dart looks at local music determined to find its way into your mind - new releases from Mermaidens and Purple Pilgrims and a CD of classic Kiwi ad jingles.

27 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Mind Matters

Woodstock: Back to the Garden

William Dart goes back half-a-century to perhaps the most celebrated of all music festivals, Woodstock, and reviews a new 10-CD set of recordings called Back to the Garden.

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Woodstock: Back to the Garden

Louis Baker's Open

William Dart puts Wellington singer Louis Baker in the spotlight following the release of his debut album of remarkably taut and tight soul, Open.

27 MINOCT 20
Comments
Louis Baker's Open

Celebrating Sisters

William Dart listens to sister acts: Rosemary and Betty Clooney, The Shangri-Las, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, The Roches, and especially a new album from Tegan and Sara.

29 MINOCT 13
Comments
Celebrating Sisters

Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop collaborate (but not together)

It’s not only what you sing but whom you sing with. William Dart tests out that hypothesis using new highly collaborative albums by Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop.

28 MINOCT 6
Comments
Sheryl Crow and Iggy Pop collaborate (but not together)

Trip to the Moon

William Dart travels to the moon and beyond, charting two decades of Tom Ludvigson and Trevor Reekie's Trip to the Moon albums, and looking at their new two-man improv album, Roto.

29 MINSEP 29
Comments
Trip to the Moon

A Big Wide Wonderful World

William Dart goes globe-trotting, sampling ska from Melbourne, the almost indescribable Korean band SsingSsing, punk from Russia, and ending up in Scotland for folk-singer Karine Polwart's gorgeous new album.

29 MINSEP 22
Comments
A Big Wide Wonderful World

Kicks from Rickie Lee Jones

William Dart indulges himself in the back catalogue of Rickie Lee Jones - all 40 years of it. Plus there's a new album called Kicks.

28 MINSEP 15
Comments
Kicks from Rickie Lee Jones
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