Episode Info: On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at Stevie Wonder's 1973 masterpiece "Innervisions." This album, his sixteenth, is considered a 70s classic and forms part of Stevie's golden period of albums. Podcast Link: Stevie Wonder - Innervisions Tracks Played: Too High Higher Ground Jesus Children of America Don't You Worry 'Bout … Continue reading Anniversary Albums: Stevie Wonder “Innervisions” (1973)
2018 has been an excellent year so far for music, matching and at times exceeding 2017, and continuing on with what has been a golden age for music since 2015. Thankfully, there are still five months left in the year which means even more stellar releases on the horizon to complement what has already come … Continue reading What is to come release-wise in 2018?
After capturing people’s attention in 2015 with their critically acclaimed album Ego Death, Los Angeles R&B group The Internet are back with their fourth studio album Hive Mind. Formed in 2011 out of the remnants of hip-hop collective Odd Future, The Internet had positioned themselves as this chilled-out Californian R&B group, a formula which worked well on Ego Death. However, on Hive Mind, the … Continue reading Album Review: The Internet “Hive Mind”
This week I was privileged enough to fill in as host on 95bFM's legendary all New Zealand music show Freak the Sheep. Freak the Sheep has been going since the late 80s and is one of the longest-running shows on the station. On the show this week I mixed things up with some old and … Continue reading Radio Show: Freak the Sheep
Episode Info: On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at the highly influential second studio album from New York rap group Public Enemy "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back." Released in 1988, this album was one of the first notable politically conscious rap records and went on to … Continue reading Anniversary Albums: Public Enemy “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back” (1988)