Kiwi Music Podcast

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Troy Kingi – The Ghost of Freddie Cesar

Troy Kingi – The Ghost of Freddie Cesar

  The Ghost of Freddie Cesar is Troy Kingi’s fourth installment in his 1O1O1O Series (10 albums in 10 years in 10 genres).  Brought to life by Troy Kingi & the Clutch, this record is Troy’s most personal work to date; one that invites the listener to share...

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Sola Rosa – Chasing The Sun

Sola Rosa – Chasing The Sun

With a new album, Chasing The Sun, ready for release, Sola Rosa's Andrew Spraggon takes The 13th Floor's Marty Duda through the new album, track by track. Listen or subscribe free:   Sola Rosa - Chasing The Sun https://music.solarosa.com/album/chasing-the-sun Kiwi...

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Don McGlashan

Don McGlashan

Don McGlashan delves into a discussion with Marty Duda on this, the first episode of the Kiwi Music Podcast - presented by 13th Floor and Podcasts NZ. Listen or Subscribe Free:     

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Kiwi Music Podcast

Check out the Kiwi Music Podcast to catch up on the latest on the local scene, from indie darlings like The Beths to beloved vets such as Don McGlashan.

Marty Duda

Before moving himself and his family to New Zealand in 1994, Marty was very involved in various US music ventures dating back to the early 1970s. These including hosting a radio show, The Roots Of Rock & Roll, on WCMF-FM for many years, producing an early music television show (After Hours) in the early 80s and running a record label (also After Hours) until 1994.

Once he landed in Auckland, Marty got stuck into the local scene writing reviews and features for Rip IT Up, Real Groove and any number of publications before becoming a music programme producer for RNZ in 2001. In addition to interviewing an endless stream of local and international artists and presenting an “Artist Of The Week” on Nine To Noon for many years, Marty was awarded “Best New Zealand Produced Music Feature in 2004 at the NZ Radio Awards for his 12-part feature “The Pioneering Rhythm & Blues Record Labels of the 1940s & 50s”.