Strong Style Podcast Muzai



Independent New Zealand record label... based currently in Leeds, Yorkshire. Yeah, confusing right?Home to bands you don't know about but will eventually cite you knew from the get go.Iconoclasms since 2009


  • The Name Escapes Me - Ant and Dec and Rancid and Apu

    15/04/2018 Duración: 01h12min

    It's almost been a year since Arthur, Martin and Benjii sat in a room and recorded a music-related conversation. It's taken almost a year to have everyone back in the same room to discuss music once again. What started out, however, as a conversation about the first album they bought/were bought was preceded by a conversation about the current Simpsons controversy, why people have taken an umbrage with Friends and then finished off with tales of what to do when you've never stage-dived. Contains strong language.

  • The Name Escapes Me - A late entry into the Lorde discussion and The Exponents

    07/05/2017 Duración: 01h04min

    We kind of got sidetracked by life for this to be the super-relevant podcast that we wanted it to be. None the less, we spent a while talking about stuff and we intend on inflicting it upon people.... Two Brits and a Kiwi are sat in a lounge discussing New Zealand music. One a recent track, one from the label, and one a "classic" New Zealand "anthem". What followed was a deeper-than-expected conversation about release formats, second album concerns, what goes on deep in the valley and GPOGP. Recorded March 2017 in Armley, Leeds, West Yorkshire. Picture credit - Phil Kay Not picutred - Arthur Noble

  • In Conversation With - Young Hellions

    30/01/2017 Duración: 01h07min

    (Originally broadcast 19th February 2017 on Hyper Stream MUZAI - Maeve Munro - The Bengal Lights, Cat Venom, Young Hellions.... Toe-Fu? We were surprised also, as the songwriter becomes the first interviewee from the label that the label has interviewed ourselves. As confusing as that may seem. More of a conversation that was captured than a straight interview, Munro casually discusses what she can remember of being part of the Auckland music scene - from the days of The Underground and Pony Club up to touring with Girls Pissing on Girls Pissing and everything in-between... again, that she can remember.