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Growing up on a steady diet of hip hop and punk, Yorta Yorta woman Vanessa Morris will bring you a range of jams spanning between the two, and then some
Thursday nights or even Friday mornings 4am - 6am. Presented by Vanessa Morris.
Everyday People's 15th episode features a range of tracks including new ones from Screensaver, Mr Teenage, Death Valley Girls, Frankie and the Witch Fingers and JK-47 X Narli.
Everyday People's 14th episode features new tracks from Terry, Na Noise, Eggy, Hearts and Rockets and Sweeping Promises.
Everyday People's 13th episode features new tracks from Baker Boy feat Sampa the Great + Dallas Woods, Sault, Eugh, Smarts, The Shifters, Osees and Zig Zag.
Everyday People's 12th episode features artists based locally and in Aotearoa including tracks from The Beths, Wax Chattels, Sachem, Flight to Dubai and Super-X.
The 11th episode of Everyday People features a mix of genres and a number of new tracks from JK-47, Bumpy, Balairi, Department, Hannah Kate, Peach Kelli Pop and Alien Nosejob.
The 10th episode of Everyday People features tracks from my record collection in light of Record Store Day from Minor Threat to Soakie to Jay Reatard to L.A. Witch.
Episode nine of Everyday People celebrates all things Radiothon! It features a mix of genres from hip hop to punk including the Pink Tiles, UV Race, Hearts & Rockets, OKENYO and Remi.
Episode eight of Everyday People explores a variety of music from punk to hip hop - including tracks from Coriky, Parsnip, R.M.F.C., Flohio, Ex Olympian and Traffik Island.
Episode seven of Everyday People explores a variety of music from punk to hip hop - including new tracks from The Ricks, Death Valley Girls, Private Function, and Divide and Dissolve.
Episode six of Everyday People focuses on music created and led by powerful women with genres ranging from punk to jazz to hip hop.
Episode five of Everyday People features a variety of tracks and spotlights three important and inspiring First Nations artists: Barkaa, Ziggy Ramo and Miiesha.
Episode four of Everyday People features a range of tracks from hip-hop to garage punk.
Episode three of Everyday People explores music varying from hip hop to pop from Aotearoa (so-called New Zealand) and so-called Australia. It also featured the new DRMNGNOW singled called NEVER DEFEATED.
Episode two of Everyday People focuses on First Nations artists in light NAIDOC Week, including Spirit of the March, a poem written by Joanne Dwyer and released via Clothing The Gap.
The premier episode of Everyday People with tracks varying from hip hop to garage punk.