Author: Sam Dunlay

The acclaimed band from Wellington, DARTZ, have released the new single ‘Pray for Prey’. Fresh off a silver scroll nomination, the group have no plans on slowing down.

Taking out the top spot on this week’s Te Ahi Top 10 is the Auckland based duo Something They Call Myth with their track ‘Cobwebs’.

Junus Orca and Kamandi team up on the industrial new single ‘I Did It All’.

Ōtautahi based band Lunar Intruder have released their new EP, ‘Outerworlds’.

Taking out the top spot on this week’s Te Ahi Top 10 is Ōtautahi MC Local Elements with his track ‘In The Know’.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra returns with the new single ‘Weekend Run’.

Ōtautahi hip-hop artist Local Elements has released the introspective new track ‘In The Know’.

Taking out the top spot on this week’s Te Ahi Top 10 is Body Beat Ritual with their remix of Crone’s previously released song, ‘Crush’.

Taking out the top spot on this week’s Te Ahi Top 10 is the head-knocking boom-bap track courtesy of Larry D and Sugar James, ‘Mutant Weather’.

Dunedin rockers Rezzy Crooks make their return with the new EP ‘Rezzy Crook Book’. At five tracks long, the EP is a collection of laid-back songs perfect for a sunny day.


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