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The Tuning Fork & August Avenue Team Up To Celebrate NZ Music Month - Click For Full Story
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The Tuning Fork & August Avenue Team Up To Celebrate NZ Music Month

On Tuesday, May 31st, The Tuning Fork and August Avenue will host The Official NZ Music Month wrap party, an all ages event to celebrate the month that was, with live music from a range of amazing artists.

Edith Piaf a L'Olympia a Paris Performed by Yulia - New Wellington Date Announced

Legendary French chanteuse Edith Piaf was a global icon of resistance and triumph in the last years of her extraordinary life.

Marlon Williams to host RNZ National special 'Looking For My Boy' - 9.00pm NZST Tue 17 May

Special guest presenter Marlon Williams is set to take listeners on a one-hour musical journey with "Looking for My Boy with Marlon Williams."

Ōtautahi Christchurch Experimental Hip-Hop Heavy Hitter Slimivich to Unleash 'Hysteria' on 3 June

Scarcely has the dust and confusion settled from the release of his debut single 'Desert Shimmer', now Ōtautahi Christchurch project Slimivich is ready to drop his next single 'Hysteria' to all streaming services on Friday the 3rd of June.

Announcing The Winners Of The 2022 NZ Children’s Music Awards

APRA AMCOS and Recorded Music NZ are all wiggly with excitement to announce the winners for the 2022 NZ Children’s Music Awards – celebrating music written and recorded for children.

Campaign aims to highlight mental health issues within Kiwi music industry

Voices of Hope’s mental health in music campaign has made a return for NZ Music Month.

InDuna InDuna
South African self-taught artist and producer InDuna (in-Doo-nah) takes flavours straight from his homeland and incorporates them into his Afropop infused soul sound. Inspired by the likes of Brenda Fassie and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, InDuna expresses himself and his experiences of growing up in a third world society through his music.

Born in South Africa, he had a rough childhood spending much of his early years growing up in the slums of Johannesburg and Limpopo. After moving into an orphanage at the age of eight, he was given the opportunity at fourteen to move to New Zealand.

InDuna started his music journey when he fell in love with music for the first time after hearing Brenda Fassie’s Nomakanjani. “It felt like love at first sight, but with music.” However, he only took an interest in producing his own music after high school. For the most part, music production has been an effective therapy for him to vent his emotions and to help cope with his past and present experiences. “The reason I started doing music was because I needed a way to handle my emotions and regular therapy wasn’t doing it for me.”
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