Gig Review: Anthonie Tonnon

New Zealand singer-songwriter Anthonie Tonnon is developing a reputation as one of the most impressive performance artists in the country. With his eccentric interactive live show and melancholy folk-pop songs, Tonnon has quickly become a must-see act, with his sold-out series of gigs at Grey Lynn’s Freida Margolis testament to that. Supporting his new EP Two … Continue reading Gig Review: Anthonie Tonnon

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Anniversary Albums: Missy Elliott “Supa Dupa Fly” (1997)

Episode Info: On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at the debut album from rapper Missy Elliott "Supa Dupa Fly." Released in 1997, this album was the highest debut entry in the US charts by a female rapper at the time and showcased the brilliant flow and lyricism of Elliott in partnership … Continue reading Anniversary Albums: Missy Elliott “Supa Dupa Fly” (1997)

Anniversary Albums: The Kinks “Something Else By The Kinks” (1967)

Episode Info: On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at the Kinks 5th studio album, 1967's "Something Else By The Kinks." Released during the height of psychedelic rock, this album marked a massive change of direction for the band towards British themes in their music of which they would not retreat back from. … Continue reading Anniversary Albums: The Kinks “Something Else By The Kinks” (1967)

Anniversary Albums: The Sex Pistols “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols” (1977)

Podcast Info: On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at one of the all-time classic rock albums, "Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols" by the Sex Pistols. Released in 1977, this album is considered to be the foremost punk rock album and an album that changed the direction rock music … Continue reading Anniversary Albums: The Sex Pistols “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols” (1977)