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The Dunedin Fringe Festival is Coming!Dunedin Fringe 2017.
It's the most glorious time of year in Otepoti, and once again Radio One 91FM is super proud to supporting the Dunedin Fringe Festival. From its humble beginnings 17 years ago, we as one of the world's great small cities have seen the Dunedin Fringe develop into an exemplary microcosm of our city's vibrant, creative landscape. This year the festival boasts over 70 events crammed into 11 days, and there is something for everybody: cabaret, comedy, dance, music, performance art, physical theatre, storytelling, workshops, and more. Keep your eyes peeled to the stunning range of events in the festival programme online at dunedinfringe.nz, and make sure you get out and support your local creative community!

Feature Album.King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard.
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard - Flying Microtonal Banana (digital)
Flying Microtonal Banana is the eighth full-length studio LP from Australian psych-rock devils King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard. Fresh from their sweaty, mind-bending, dual-drumming set at St. Jerome's Laneway Festival in Auckland, they've been switching up their rockadelic sound from garage, psych, jazz and prog. Their riff-heavy fare of intensely powerful head-bangers can leave you more than a little bit dazed, and that's okay! Throughout the album, the Turkish Zurna horn features, adding a zesty post-apocalyptic, anthemic, otherworldly vibe.

Win yourself a digital copy of Flying Microtonal Banana every morning this week at 8:15am on Breakfast!

Drive Feature Album.Pissed Jeans.
Pissed Jeans - Why Love Now (digital)
Legendary Wellington party band, Pissed Jeans, have been mixing psychedelic surf-rock, soulful blues, and hypnotic rhythms to keep dancefloors pulsing for years. It's hard to believe that it's been five years since their debut album, but Why Love Now picks up right where they left us; it's the perfect soundtrack for starting the party, or cleaning up the morning after. Released last Friday and full of funky beats and sneaky treats, Why Love Now is an all-day every-day toe-tapping piece of glory.

Win yourself a digital copy of Why Love Now every day this week at 5:25pm on Drive!

This Week:
Breakfast Feature Album: King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard - Flying Microtonal Banana (digital)
Web | Soundcloud | YouTube | Facebook | Spotify | Bandcamp

Drive Feature Album: Pissed Jeans - Why Love Now (digital)
Web | Soundcloud | YouTube | Facebook | Spotify | Bandcamp

Featured Onecard Discounts.2017 Onecard.
Get your 2017 Radio Onecard for FREE (Otago University / Polytechnic and Aoraki Students) or just $10 from the OUSA Main Office (640 Cumberland Street, Dunedin) and discover how much better life can be.

Cello Technology Hub
5% off Logitech, 10% off labour costs, and 10% off network & data cables. Plus iPad/iMac/MacBook educational pricing.
27 Cumberland Street, Dunedin, 9016
21 Frederick Street, Dunedin, 9016
(03) 455-0004

Biggies Pizza
$8 off any pizza purchase. To be used for takeaway or dine in only. Not valid with any other deals or delivery.
153 Stuart Street, Dunedin, 9016
(03) 477-5505

Cornerstone Ink Tattoo Studio
10% off per hour.
324 George St, Dunedin, 9016
(021) 105-7046

*See all the 2017 Onecard discounts and Ts&Cs.

Radio One Top 11.
The Radio One Top 11 with Tom Tremewan - Tuesday 21st February 2017
1. Fazerdaze (NZ) - Lucky Girl
2. Space Above (NZ) - Let It Still
3. Merk (NZ) - Ash & Sand
4. Aldous Harding (NZ) - Horizon
5. Lord Echo (NZ) - Just Do You ft. Mara TK
6. SoccerPractise (NZ) - I Was Screaming
7. Nadia Reid (Dn) - Richard
8. Courtney Hate (NZ) - This Is Not Ironic, Watch Me While I Cry
9. Abigail Knudson (Dn) - Religion
10. Gulls (Dn) - In The Snow
11. New Dawn (NZ) - The Dying Light

Mazagran Hit Picks:
Elan Vital (Dn) - Dreams
Kane Strang (Dn) - Oh So You're Off I See

Vote on the next Top 11 and go in the draw for the February Prize Pack.
Go HERE to listen and vote, and to enter the drawing!

On Air.On The Radio.
For the full Radio One 91FM programme, see http://r1.co.nz/programme

Radio One Breakfast.
This week on the Radio One Breakfast Show with Jamie Green

Tuesday: Ned Field from the United States Geological Survey is in Dunedin to talk about his work on forecasting earthquakes. He and Otago's Professor Mark W. Stirling joined Jamie at 8:30am - listen to the podcast!

Wednesday: Labour leader Andrew Little joins Jamie at 8:30am for their bi-weekly catch up.

Thursday: Dictaphones Blues returns to Dunedin this weekend with their good buddies Salad Boys. Before they hit the Re:Fuel stage on Friday night, they jump on the old blower at 9:30am.

Friday: The Radio One Breakfast politics team returns for another look back at the in-fights, insults and insights that make politics such a great spectator sport.



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