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Koile

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Koile is a 12-man roots/reggae outfit originally dedicated to Marley anthems and sunshine grooves that make summers memorable.

However, the ancestral mix within this band has a strong umbilical influence on its own style of Pasifika reggae opening their performance with a song from Tokelau to test the vocals and tune the harmonies and bring on some unwavering Pasifika roots.

Koile is a southern collective presenting a potent cross-cultural mix of migration to Aotearoa anchored in the deep south of Otepoti / Dunedin.

Band Members:
Aidan Fraser (keyboards)
Atonio Ikahihifo (bass, vocals)
Dale Cotton (sound engineer)
Eshan Dean (percussion, ukelele, vocals)
Hiliako Iaheto (guitar, vocals)
Nga Metua (drums)
Paul Young (saxophone)
Ralph Miller (trumpet)
Rangitakau Tekii (guitar, vocals)
Teu Ikahihifo (keyboards)
Tim Walsh (trombone)
Will Probert (saxophone)

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  • Dunedin


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  • Te Hua

    Signature song from Tokelauan traditions and island reggae influences.
    Download Now [Size: 3.87MB | 4:13 | 128kbps]

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