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Double Release for Farandicus

Farandicus are a seven-piece band based in Northland, New Zealand.

Kimbra Releases Widely-Acclaimed New Album 'Primal Heart'

Two-time Grammy Award-winning, critically acclaimed New Zealand songstress Kimbra has released her widely-acclaimed third studio album, 'Primal Heart', out today on Warner Bros. Records.

Drax Project add second Auckland show

Tickets to Drax Project at the Powerstation in Auckland sold out in less than 10 minutes when they went on sale earlier this week. Now due to overwhelming demand, the phenomenal four-piece is adding a second show on Saturday, May 12.

One of New Zealand’s greatest music projects comes of age - Celebrating 21 years since ENZSO

One of the most important projects in New Zealand’s music history – ENZSO – is being recreated to celebrate its 21st anniversary.

Rei Releases Groundbreaking Te Reo Maori EP ‘Rangatira’

Some say Te Reo Maori is a dying language. Some say there is no place for it outside of the marae. With the release of Rei’s new groundbreaking Hip Hop Te Reo EP ‘Rangatira’, he is out to prove them wrong.

Rei Rei
Chief, Rangatira, Fair-skinned, Rapper… we all have our definitions of ourselves and those that are given to us. Reiʻs album A Place To Stand is a personal and universal. Itʻs beautifully produced with content that rides the line between reverse colonisation, inspiration, hip-hop, culture and a passion to make a dope album.

If Rei is an example of upcoming Kiwi artists, the future looks bright. From creating music the last 10 years to present his multi genre sound, Rei is definitely on the cutting edge, and is influenced by our global music community. Mostly by the UK House/Garage style, by Hip hop from major US rappers but, his album has the extra elements of Māori language, haka and kiwi slang, making the sum of A Place to Stand a smoothly produced audio experience. It also sounds BIG in a stadium or club setting.

Already releasing a number of tracks from this album, A Place To Stand includes beauties like Mix an electro acoustic ballad (with Rei on guitar), a lot of club bangers such as Hāti and Deep and a few not-so- cheesy love songs like Basics.
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Gig Review: The Killers @ Spark Arena, Auckland 20/04/2018
21 Apr 2018 // by butch181
The night started early, with Alex Cameron, an Australian musician who is friends with Brandon Flowers, having assisted in The Killers latest release, co-writing five tracks. An interesting act, they imbibe an electronic 80’s element to their music, with a David Bowie/Sting vibe to Cameron’s vocal style.
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Gig Review: Simple Plan with Ekko Park @ The Powerstation, Auckland - 19/04/2018 Gig Review: Simple Plan with Ekko Park @ The Powerstation, Auckland - 19/04/2018
20 Apr 2018 // by butch181
An hour to go before doors open and there is already a group of fans lining up outside of the Powerstation. An impressive feat but considering that it has been 13 years since Simple Plan last performed in the country, one would expect the big fans to be ready to get their spots at the front of the stage.
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Single Review: Project001 Chris the Maker Feat. Christopher Allen Haumaha - Single Review: Project001
17 Apr 2018 // by Freecell
This track has no intro, starting off hard, rough and with fuzzy feedback to your ears. It is a continuous loop that starts off quite rough, gradually changing slightly with new arrangements of sounds from time to time.
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15 Apr 2018 // by butch181
Two tracks from Jaggers x Lines turned up in my email for review today, and while self-described as an eclectic approach to pop, that is an understatement. With a combination of jazzercize audio, piano accents and horned instruments, Problem Drinking is an audibly invigorating mix in an otherwise stale genre.
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