Te Ahi Top 10
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’.
This week’s winner of the Te Ahi Top 10 was local wahine DJ and Producer Texture with her emotionally charged single ‘Unconditional’. We caught up with her to chat about how the track came together, her favourite gigs and future plans.
The Te Ahi Top 10 winner for March 18th and 25th was Kubo and Lee with their track ‘Old Skool’ Kubo and Lee are NZs breakthrough underground music collaboration. With a focus on the “bass heavy” sound set up and backgrounds that stretch over 20 years in the CHCH music scene. One part “Yuhei Kubo” […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Bomb Dylan with his track ‘Just Listening’ Currently residing in Christchurch, Bomb Dylan can be found in his sleep-out studio producing house and techno most days. This year, he’s working on a couple of remixes, a few self-releases on his own, Bomb Dylan Records and some custom […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Harvo with his track ‘Faceless’ Harvo is an 18 year old producer from Christchurch. Interested in music production from a young age, he started producing music on an old PC in 2014, then buying Ableton in 2016 and never looking back. His music takes influences from a […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Bear Trap with their track ‘Bad Boys’ Local Christchurch garage/punk band, Bear Trap is a low-fi three-piece made up of friends Blair Galvin, Ryan Gibbons and Mitch Barnard. They make no attempt to over embellish, stylistically unencumbered by clutter. Not shying from either social issues or self-deprecating […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Maverix with his track ‘Predator’ Maverix is an independent electronic music producer from Christchurch, who combines a range of unique melodic and heavy electronic sounds, creating everything from techno, downtempo and drum and bass. With a background in piano and guitar, it wasn’t until his early university days […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Cootie Cuties with their track ‘Johnny’ Formed in the depths of Mount Roskill, three punk rock mums (Shannon, Kelsie and Annie) had a dream. To make super rad pop-punk with a message. A few additions (Paddy and Alex from the surf-punk band, JANG) and they were ready to […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Pretty Dumb with their track ‘Lasso’ Pretty Dumb is a wannabe grunge band from Christchurch. Their music brings together catchy pop melodies, screaming and heavy distortion. Having just released their ep DIRTS, originally intended to be a bunch of demos, they are set to record their debut […]
This week’s Te Ahi Top 10 winner was Thomas Isbister with his track ‘Helicopter’ The song was born from stumbling across a couple of new ways to play a C#7 chord on the guitar. Thomas Isbister took out the Te Ahi Top 10 this week with his tune Helicopter, a track off his album #4. […]