Te Ahi Top 10

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 […]

Current track