A journey through the finest bits of Lauren’s weekday morning show. A cast of colourful characters, epic tunes and genuinely great guests awaits.
Fri, 28 Feb 14
24 days remaining
Neneh Cherry joined us in session playing her first new material for 18 years. Rufus Wainwright dropped on by with a poorly throat and let us into his world of operas, orchestras and future plans And Elbow played a very exclusive and unannounced session for us, unleashing tracks from their brand new album The Take Off And Landing Of Everything. But first, it’s Kelis who co-hosted the show on Monday, revealing all about her pop-up food truck!
Fri, 21 Feb 14
17 days remaining
What a bumper week that was! Boy and Bear and Real Estate were in session and Chris Hewitt reviewed the week's films. Plus we chat to a chap named Eric Welles, who recently met Nigeria's most elusive and successful musician William Onyeabor. And if that wasn't enough, there's also free music! Enjoy it friends x
Sun, 9 Feb 14
4 days remaining
It's been an excellent week of sessions and interviews! On monday we welcomed Temples. On Tuesday Melbourne's brightest young thing Courtney Barnett stopped by and Young Fathers' popped in on on Wednesday to share their dark gospel hip-hop.
Fri, 7 Feb 14
3 days remaining
On Monday Lauren welcomed Maximo Park who played tracks from their new album 'Too Much Information' and Broken Bells who joined us from Maida Vale, showcasing the latest from their new album 'After the Disco'.
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