Welcome to the world of Rhian Sheehan, where acoustic melancholy meets synthesised soundscapes in an electronic mind meld, taking the listener on a rich and rewarding musical journey.
Six months of studio preparation have emulsified much of what is special about the Ebb performance. The Plush Bomb EP embraces five substantial sequences of luscious and dub-anchored soul.
Keep On Pushing remixed: New Zealand's Best Downbeat Release (2002 b.net Awards) remixed, re:mangled and remade by leading local dub and electronic acts - 50Hz, DJ Vee, DLT & Ruane, Flash Harry, House Of Shem, Jet Jaguar, The Nomad, Pylonz, Rhian Sheehan, son.sine, Twinset and more...
Plight is the alias for New Zealand singer/songwriter, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Marc Beasley and The Romance of Travel is his debut album.
Inmusic Presents Dj Philippa
Dance remake of the old Dragon rock song from 1977, Prudence has added new life and modern feel to a much loved classic.
You all know Shapeshifter, right? This is the first outing of frontman Devin Abrahams' solo project. Soaring tunes with detailed production. The LTJ Bukem comparisons fit nicely.
Full length from Shapeshifter frontman Devin Abrahams. In a just world this will get the same massive reception the harder dnb sounds of Concord Dawn and Bulletproof are getting round the globe.
A collaboration between producers Bevan Smith (Aspen / Signer) and Michael Upton (Jet Jaguar) getting hot and sweaty in a little room over one summer.
First release of Auckland techno label Nurture, and also the first release of producer Simon Flowers. An awesome 12" featuring 4 tracks of sparkly techno, including a great syncopated collab with Matthew Cleland (Clone / Drake).
Second Peak:Shift 12", includes his remix of Aspen's 'Wedding Song'.
The third Peak:Shift 12" featuring more deep tech sounds.
The fourth 12" from Aucklander Simon Flower.
A vinyl taster for the debut album.
Debut album of Jim Pinckney (Stinky Jim) and Angus McNaughton since the break up of Unitone Hifi. First released on Jim's Round Trip Mars label, this was reissued in the UK by Rockers Hi-Fi affiliated label Different Drummer.
The debut album of Gerald Phillips, featuring a mash up of jittery beats, rock guitar and tweaked synth sounds that is way beyond any genre pigeon hole.
An album of dubs of local projects by Mike Hodgson (later of Pitch Black, earlier of Tinnitus).
A thirteen track mix CD by acclaimed Auckland DJ (Places & Spaces/Khuja Lounge) and producer (ThisInformation) Chris Cox.
Busting the mould of any other Dn'B compilation, Wellingtons empathy boys take on anything thats broken and beautiful.
Mixed Cd :: Freash cuts from NZs top HOUSE and BREAKS PRODUCERS a mean slice of the NZ electronic
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