LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa wrap up 2001 with another edition of our quarterly LOOP Select book and CD/CD-Rom.
A 128 page book of visual communication, a complimentary compilation CD of cutting edge independent New Zealand music , and a CD-Rom packed with web and video content. Another time capsule of our creative culture.
LRS... Syntax CD (Obscure)
A special 2CD compilation collecting the best of Aotearoa's urban audio output over recent years. A comprehensive catch-up collectors' set for LOOP's existing New Zealand audiences, and an introductory overview of our nation's top talent for those based abroad.
Tape is a collection of tracks recorded over winter '97. These three are the LRS' picks that make up the EP.
Another time capsule of Aotearoa' creative culture - a 12 track compilation of sizzling homegrown summertime sounds and a limited edition companion book of locally produced visual content.
The critically acclaimed follow up to 'Giving It Up To Feel Effected', this aptly titled release demonstrates Smith's commitment to emotive music, combining elements of techno, dub and indie.
SJD's second outting, featuring a variety of downbeat styles and full blown songs. Similarities can be drawn between this and a wide range of artists, from The Avalanches to Beck.
The Nomad's third release sees him embracing a wider range of influences and textures, including some more techno styled tracks. As well as contributions by regular collaborator MC Antsman vocals are provided by Barnaby Weir (Flash Harry, also of The Black Seeds and Dub Connection) and Tiki Taane (MC Rizzla, Salmonella Dub).
This CD collected the previous UK 12" releases for a New Zealand audience. Bubbling electro and dub sounds with a smattering of the big beat sound that was blowing up at the time.
Exactly what it says, an album of Fat Freddy's Drop playing the infamous Wellington bar. A selection of mad, sprawling jams.
Lyric On My Lip is an all-out energy blast from a supremely confident new talent. Full Cycle crew member and honorary Bristolian, Tali, is no ordinary MC.
A collection of tracks recorded live at Bats theatre in Welli, coordinated and fronted by Barnaby Weir (Dub Connection, Black Seeds, Flash Harry). Not so much a band as a one-off project, featuring all kinds of bods from the Capital's intertwined music scene.
KONO is the first time the label has released a full length music documentary on a project from the LOOP stable. Barnaby Weir (The Black Seeds) and LOOP invite you to take a behind the scenes look at one of the most unique, inspiring and successful musical collaborations ever held in New Zealand , Fly My Pretties.
Introducing Life Recordings, 1st Release: "the Key" - Lukeino Feat. Paulie Rhyme