Almost the end of the year and out of the blue Joint favourite MICA LEVI sneakily drops her first ever solo album. For that reason there was a quick rejig of today’s playlist to start proceedings with possibly the shortest track we’ve played all year, but definitely the track with the longest name. See playlist details below.
Notebooks out completists, here’s the playlist in full…
MICA LEVI – A plain clothed Jimi Hendrix drives me to Newcastle. For some reason the trip will take 3 days and he is going to do it for £150. He drives really smoothly and only listens to one album which is by someone with Joy in their name. Joy’s music is covers of classic rock songs but with all the edge smoothed off. We arrive in Brazil and I impress someone because I say obrigado. The same person asks me to find them an intern. I don’t think I can but I try. I am nervous in the girls changing room and play trap songs loud off my phone.
Photographer William Eggleston likes to make music on his piano and synth.
At the age of 78 he has just released his debut album Musik.
We suspect “Untitled Improvisation FD 1.10” would impress Justice.
It’s been several years in the making but today was the on-air unplugged debut on The Joint of Oamaru’s finest, The Trendees.
Thank you Matt Trendee, Austen Trendee and Eden Trendee for cutting short your yoga workshop on Banks Peninsula and dropping in to answer some questions and playing The Trendees classics And Remember (it’s only a job) and Beach.