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Bandcamp Friday – SRN Aotearoa Recommendations

Bandcamp Friday – SRN Aotearoa Recommendations

For the first in a new standard sequence of highlight attributes on this very site, 95bFM’s Rachel Ashby invited Scholar Radio Community (SRN) breakfast clearly show peers throughout Aotearoa to advise some fave new regional tracks, to enable listeners get the ball rolling with this weekend’s Bandcamp Friday experience. An wonderful way to exhibit your assist for NZ musicians of all stripes, the month-to-month initiative is when Bandcamp waive their earnings share on all artists’ tunes and merch profits for 24 hours — starting 8pm tonight (NZST) and running until eventually 8pm on Saturday 2nd April (for the handy countdown clock see Right here).

Delve into specialist solutions from 95bFM, Radio Manage 99.4FM, Radio Active 88.6FM, RDU 98.5FM and Radio 1 91FM, in addition examine out the impeccably curated and numerous buyaotearoa wishlist Right here, and of course surf the ocean of tunes that is Bandcamp’s New Zealand tag site In this article for even a lot more up-to-the-minute area new music discoveries…

Sunreturn compilation – See You On The Horizon

Sunreturn is a superb label supporting a dazzling corner of Tāmaki’s songs scene. This collection is a wonderful stamp in time for this community and casts a fantastic highlight on some of the sounds most regularly read pumping out of the depths of St Kevin’s Arcade. (Moreover, with the vinyl you get a ill college image of the full gang). — Rachel Ashby, 95bFM, Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

christoph el truento & brandn shiraz – NO WARNING

As the title would recommend, this hearty EP was dropped with zero fanfare on Monday night, by two of Auckland’s most prolific and collaborative artists. Although the release may well have been humble, the tracks are mighty and established to be regional classics. El Truento’s woozy and dubbed-out grooves present a lush landscape for Shiraz’s choose-no-prisoners bars. — Rachel Ashby

Louisa Nicklin – Stay At Roundhead Studios

Earlier this month, Tāmaki Makauraru’s Louisa Nicklin released a tidy dwell package deal of 5 tracks titled Live At Roundhead Studios. Showcasing Nicklin’s haunting vocals, cleanse guitar, and poetic lyricism, the tracks make and drop and choose you with them. If you happen to be lacking the rawness of stay songs, mail some coin this way and enable it wash over you. — Zoë Larsen Cumming, 95bFM, Tāmaki Makaurau / Auckland

Polaroids of Polarbears – .​.​.​but they continue to keep looking​.​.​.​well, Father mentioned, allow them look

Deep in the wops of Feilding regional legend Dan Brown solid this relatable monitor about the inner conflict of leaving the safe haven of mattress, and how it is doable to overcome this with mates by your aspect. — Radio Control 99.4FM, Te Papaioea / Palmerston North

CONES – ‘Cone Creek’

This absolute banger has been a supporter favourite below at management amongst workers and volunteers a like. It’s also fave to engage in as a wake up monitor in the morn. — Radio Control 99.4FM

SODA BOYZ – ‘Untitled #2 (Duster go over)’

You can’t get considerably much more Palmy than a SODA BOYZ Whare Morris recording. Tremendous awesome, chill tune with all koha likely to Gender Minorities Aotearoa— Radio Manage 99.4FM

Wiri Donna – ‘No Abide by Through’

Bianca Bailey has cemented her live sound, seeing Wiri Donna conduct is a rousing knowledge. In an interview on the Breakfast exhibit, she told me this tune was about the many unfinished jobs she holds herself accountable too. Clearly Wiri Donna is not one particular of them! — Maggie Tweedie, Radio Lively 88.6FM Breakfast host, Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington

Benny Salvador – ‘CRUMPET’

The percussion, the bass, the rhythm, is as creamy and sweet as a porous crispy breakfast handle. Eloquently titled – Crumpet… this track carefully wakes your ears up and encourages the imagination. One more ingenious release from Benny Salvador and his fruitful whānau. — Maggie Tweedie

Revulva – ‘One Puff Wonder’

A smokey and sensual new one from Poneke supergroup Revulva. A single Puff Surprise is the very last one in advance of the launch of their debut EP. — Aimee Somerville, Radio Active 88.6FM Breakfast producer, Te Whanganui-a-Tara / Wellington

Mousey – My Close friends

This new album from Mousey is a wonderful, personal, and uncooked exploration of the complexities of human associations. Ranging from slow & soulful, to satisfied & boppy, it is a terrific example of navigating a full assortment of feelings and a large assortment of sounds. — RDU 98.5FM Breakfast team, Ōtautahi / Christchurch

Sugar James – ‘Just Me’

A track to happily hear to on repeat. This new one from Sugar James is undeniably addictive. A great homage to 90s RnB and Hip Hop, Sugar James feels like he is really proudly owning his lyrics and the genre, and proves he’s an artist to hold an eye on. — RDU 98.5FM Breakfast team

Dudley Benson – It is really Ōtepoti’s Fault Remix EP

Three and a 50 percent several years immediately after the release of Dudley Benson’s landmark album Zealandia will come the closing chapter of the task, a seven track collection of remixes of the music ‘It’s Ōtepoti’s Fault’ which includes a posthumous launch by Totems, in addition the great original, which sees Dudley introducing his late mother to his adopted property city. — Jamie Inexperienced, Radio One 91FM, Ōtepoti / Dunedin

Haszari – Foundation Slab

Ōtepoti electronic mastermind Haszari comes out of hibernation with a thick slab of large dub. the ‘Foundation Slab’ launch includes a redux, two edits and for factors unknown, a Xmas version. — Jamie Green