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New Zealand Artist: Strangely Arousing

Strangely Arousing are a five-piece progressive reggae/ska band, effortlessly blending other genres and styles of music to create their unique sound, laced with brass, synth, dub, and guitar. Strangely straddles the line between the bizarre you know you love and the weird you don’t know you love yet, like old pros. Whether you come to marinate in dubs and bass, or simply to melt into a puddle on the floor, Strangely Arousing offers a new wave of music inspired by New Zealand’s legendary hip-hop and reggae dub forefathers.

Formed in 2012 and hailing from Rotorua, this talented bunch made a statement with their first foray into the New Zealand music scene by winning the SmokeFree Pacifica Beats in 2013, and went on to win Battle of the Bands in 2014. They have since played at sell-out shows on multiple tours around NZ, and appearances on the main stages of festivals such as Raggamuffin and Rhythm and Vines, alongside their musical heroes such as Damien Marley, Fat Freddy’s Drop and Sticky Fingers. The band has performed internationally in the Middle East, China and South Korea, including headlining the Kiwi ExPats ball in Dubai in November 2018.
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Strangely Arousing debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 7 August 2017. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for four weeks with a highest position of #6. There is one album by Strangely Arousing in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Strangely Arousing:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
07 Aug 2017 Top 40 Albums 26
14 Aug 2017 Top 40 Albums 6
21 Aug 2017 Top 40 Albums 19
28 Aug 2017 Top 40 Albums 30

Chart placings by Strangely Arousing:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Strangely Arousing Top 40 Albums 07 Aug 2017 4 6
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