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Katchafire - Katchafire Newsletter Interview

21 Nov 2010 // An interview by Shade

Thanks to Logan for answering these questions:

What can we expect to see from Katchafire over the next year?

A huge world tour... collaborations and working on another album.

Who would you most like to support live?

Jamiroquai, cause he's cool... or the Little River Band cause there mean!

How do you believe Katchafire fits into the NZ music industry?

Reggae pioneers, big brothers.

What can you never leave home without?

My iPod.

What is in your CD collection at home?

Everything, listening to Julian Marley's new album 'Awake' right now, very nice.

What is your favourite place in NZ to be?

Next to the water in summer with a cold one.

How do you keep in contact with your fans?

Through the website and social networks - Twitter, Facebook etc.

 

About Katchafire

Hailing from the mighty H-Town (Hamilton), Aoteoroa (New Zealand), Katchafire, have become a global roots reggae phenomenon..The all Maori Reggae band, bring their pure classic sound to music lovers worldwide, delivering one of the most authentic Reggae shows around today.

4 highly successful studio albums, multiple awards, platinum sales, highest selling singles, and the list goes on.. Their sound is built on the foundations of classic roots reggae with an RnB and funk rub, mashing modern dancehall and slinky reggae pop. Katchafire has crafted a universal vibe, capturing something truly special in a diversity of instrumentation and clarity of sound.

Built on a family movement, It all started when lead guitarist Grenville Bell, father of Lead Singer Logan Bell & Drummer / singer / songwriter Jordan Bell, moved into an apartment building in town with his then teenage sons where they could make music all night, and the rest is history.. Countless jams and sell out concerts later they are now an 8 piece collective of multi talented songwriters and musicians and have become a staple on the Californian and Pacific Roots scenes. The fire just continues to get hotter following invitations to acclaimed events such as Glastonbury, opening circuits through Europe, Portugal and Brazil, as demand continues to grow for the non-stop feel good vibe of their incredible live shows.

Visit the muzic.net.nz Profile for Katchafire

Releases

Best So Far
Year: 2013
Type: Album
On The Road Again
Year: 2012
Type: Album
Say What You're Thinking
Year: 2007
Type: Album
Party Pack
Year: 2007
Type: Album
Homegrown Dub (Remixes)
Year: 2006
Type: Album
Slow Burning
Year: 2004
Type: Album
Revival
Year: 2003
Type: Album
Revival (Bonus Version)
Year: 2003
Type: Album

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