Join us and Freerange Press to celebrate the launch of ‘Other Stations are Shit’: Student Radio in Aotearoa New Zealand, an exciting new book exploring the history and future of student radio across Aotearoa.
All welcome, refreshments provided. Arrive from 5.30pm for a 6pm start.
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
From its beginnings in 1969 as a student capping stunt, student radio has gone on to become an influential source of music and culture across Aotearoa New Zealand. Fresh sounds, new talent and creative expression have secured the sector’s reputation as the ‘research and development’ branch of the country’s music milieu, where each station is a champion of its local scene, serving as a springboard for bands, presenters and contributors.
‘Other Stations Are Shit’: Student Radio in Aotearoa New Zealand celebrates the contributions of student radio to the arts ecosystem. With full colour images and ephemera, staff profiles and chapters on each of the contemporary stations in addition to student radio whānau, music and its future, this book explores and documents the cultural phenomenon that is student radio.