Its Friday so its time for five brand new tracks to get their first spin on the hour every hour from 9am. We’ll keep playing these tracks on New Zealand Net Radio, home of streaming radio ad free 24/7 throughout New Zealand.
Frank Turner – 1933
We’ve been playing Mr Turner’s fantastic track “Make America Great Again” for a few weeks now. His new album is right up to that standard, filled with great songs with a political edge on many of them. The name of the track harkens back to the year the Nazis came to power in Germany, and is a punky reflection on the world today.
Middle Kids – Bought It
Middle Kids (Sydney trio) have released this nice debut album. Its filled with great catchy melodic rock, including this track Bought It.
Guns N’ Roses – Shadow Of Your Love
This is not exactly a new song – in fact its the first song Guns N’ Roses ever played together. The song didn’t make it onto their debut album Appetite For Destruction released in 1987. It has surfaced on a couple of singles as a B-Side but its now getting its due to promote a forthcoming full fat ultra deluxe release of the album packed with outtakes, demos etc. Its a great song!
Missy Higgins – Red Moon
Australian singer songwriter Missy Higgins has quite a body of work under her belt. This track comes from her recent album Solastalgia which hit number 3 on the Australian album charts (so far!). She’s a very talented lady – enjoy this song. Write up on the album in Stuff here.
Graace – Kissing Boys
Another single-songwriter from Sydney, this is Graace’s first solo release. Its a great little pop number to round out the week.