95bFM: Guest Interviews
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A simple feed of all the interviews from our many and varied special bFM Breakfast guests. bFM Breakfast, 7-10am Weekdays, thanks to Burgerfuel.

Episodes

I V w/ Phil Somervell: February 26, 2021
2021 Feb 25
This morning Phil from the Datsuns popped in for a chat to talk about the new 7" which they have released today, and their seventh studio record 'Eye to Eye' which will be out later this year. Whakarongo mai nei!
I/V w/ Lukas Mayo: February 26, 2021
2021 Feb 25
Lukas Mayo, aka pickle darling, dials in this morning with some exciting new releases. A 48 second song ‘Rosary’, and fellow single, ‘A Deep Breath, are out today and definitely worth checking out while we wait for the  new album, Cosmonaut, is released on May 21st.
I/V w/ Louisa Nicklin: February 25, 2021
2021 Feb 24
Louisa Nicklin popped in for a chat about her new single To Be Fine and forthcoming debut self-titled album. Whakarongo mai nei to hear what Louisa has been cooking up at Roundhead Studios!
I/V w/ Merk: February 25, 2021
2021 Feb 24
After a weird old year of Covid tour cancellations and isolation live-streaming, Merk is back with a new album on the horizon called Infinite Youth. Whakarongo mai nei to hear what he's been getting up to- and to hear the brand new single Laps Around the Sun.
I/V w/ Ainsley Gardiner: February 24, 2021
2021 Feb 23
I tēnei ata Ainsley Gardiner (Te-Whānau a Apanui, Ngāti Pikiao and Ngāti Awa) popped in to chat about Cousins, the film adaptation of Patricia Grace's ground-breaking novel, which she has co-directed with Briar Grace-Smith (Ngā Puhi). Whakarongo mai nei to hear about the making of the film, the importance of indigenous storytelling, and industry changes post-Covid.
I/V w/ Tigilau Ness and Tanya Muagututi’a: February 23, 2021
2021 Feb 22
I tēnei ata activist and musician Tigilau Ness, and theatre-maker Tanya Muagututi’a were in the studio to speak about the Auckland Arts Festival and 50 years of the Polynesian Panthers. As an early (and ongoing) member of the Panthers Tigi reflected on 50 years of activism in Aotearoa, while Tanya spoke about the outdoor theatre project Love To Say Goodbye which she has been working on with rangatahi from Mount Roskill. Whakarongo mai nei to find out more!
I/V w/ Ellie Rose Davies: February 19, 2021
2021 Feb 18
This morning Rachel spoke with Goat Girl's Ellie Rose Davies in the U.K. about the band's mint new album 'On All Fours'. Whakarongo mai nei to hear about making the record, getting through the lockdown and creating dystopic worlds.
I/V w/ Jed Parsons: February 18, 2020
2021 Feb 17
Ol mate Jed Parsons phoned in for a chat this morning ahead of the release of his album 'Brunch' tomorrow. Whakarongo mai nei to hear about the record and what Jed has been getting up to!
I/V w/ Femi and Made Kuti: February 17, 2021
2021 Feb 16
Rachel spoke with Femi and Made Kuti, the son and grandson (respectively) of the legendary Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, about their new double album Legacy+ which is out now via Partisan Records. Whakarongo mai nei to hear the pair discuss the two albums that make up the project, the impact of Fela on their music, and hopes for a post-covid future.
I/V w/ Gregg Slatter: February 17, 2021
2021 Feb 16
Gregg Slatter, from Blenheim basedBig Scout, dials in to share a brand new single with us, Mr. Slice. Gregg chats to Rach about how the band has changed over time and what's inspired the new track. Wrap your ears around it here!
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