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This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Marsha with their track ‘Breville’ The song Breville was written by Marsha’s lead vocalist, Sam Williams whilst he was still a fresh young high school student almost 5 years ago. Most of the inspiration for the song was picked up from bands such as The Pixies, Preoccupations, […]

This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Shaun Malloch with his debut single ‘Take What You Can’ Recorded in a tiny drum practice room at the Christchurch Jazz School, overflowing with his guitars, drums and recording equipment, Shaun Malloch is releasing self-recorded Indie/Garage/Alt-Country songs under his own name. After years of playing as a […]

This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was a couple of high schools mates, Liam K. Swiggs x Paploco with their collaboration ‘Funky Fuzion’ Paploco & I met in Drama class, year nine @ Papanui Highschool in 2007, and have been life long bros ever since. Back then we use to run the black/death metal […]

This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Ōtautahi hip hop producer Flux the Cynic with his track sippin. From as far back as I can remember I’ve always been into music. There wasn’t really a time that it hasn’t been a part of my life. I was exposed to a lot of different types […]


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