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Six60

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Bonding over a shared love of NZ music and passion for making their own, Six60 formed after meeting at a Kora concert in 2006. Three members flatted together as Otago Uni students, spending countless hours in their recording studio (Eli's room) at number 660 on notorious Castle St.

The Six60 sound is unique - a fresh Kiwi fusion of roots, reggae, hip hop, dubstep, and drum and bass.

Band Members:
Matiu Walters (vocals, guitar)
Ji Fraser (guitar)
Chris Mac (bass)
Eli Paewai (drums)
Marlon Gerbes (keyboards, guitar, samples)

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teknix

Joined: 04/11/10
Posts: 1
Location: Outside NZ
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Great album!
Posted: Thu Nov 4, 2010 3:25 pm
Especially love Rise Up, Don't Forget Your Roots, and Freedom. Mr Green
 

D_O_P_E_Z

Joined: 31/05/10
Posts: 1
Location: Bay of Plenty
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Posted: Mon May 31, 2010 1:51 pm
OMG Mr Green i love six60!! don't forget your roots is my fav. how come its not on here.
yous r soo the best i love kicking back listening to your refreshing, calming,true music.

"don't forget your roots my friends. don't forget your family yeah!!"
 

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