Album of the Week: Amy Shark – Cry Forever

New Zealand Net Radio plays a song from our irregularly updated #albumoftheweek every hour from 9am to 12pm Monday to Friday. Listen in @tunein at

Amy Shark broke out in 2016 after years of work to make it, and has put out a consistent body of work since then. Her third album has been well publicised with a total of six singles making it pretty familiar, starting with Everybody Rise in June last year. It is a strong selection, with some great fresh tracks added to those already familiar ones including Worst Day of My Life, ALl the Lies About Me and Baby Steps.

Tracks of the Year

Whew, we made it through. As mentioned earlier it was devilishly hard choosing these Top 40 tracks of the year. We tried to pick ones that have had longevity and that we think will stick around for years to come. We limited ourselves generally to one track per artist – many of these had more than one deserving song. Here is the playlist – from 40 down to Maroon 5 at No. 1.

Album of the Week: Amy Shark – Love Monster

New Zealand Net Radio plays a song from our #albumoftheweek every hour from 9am to 12pm Monday to Friday. Listen in @tunein at

We’ve been looking forward to this one from Aussie singer-songwriter Amy Shark since her breakthrough last year, including her great EP Night Thinker. Aside from “Adore” this album features a new lineup of songs with some really solid efforts. Everyone will have their favourites but “I Said Hi” is one we’ve really been enjoying as a preview single. This album deserves to do well – the critics have certainly been kind.

New Music Friday: 15 June 2018

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.

Lily Allen – Lost My Mind






Amy Shark – Don’t Turn Around






Lykke Li – Last Piece






Ruel – Younger






Sugarland – Babe ft. Taylor Swift