NZ Music Month

NZ Music Month

www.nzmusicmonth.co.nz
Aotearoa / New Zealand music is not a genre... NZ Music Month is a thirty one day celebration of homegrown talent across the length and breadth of the New Zealand.
NZ Music Month
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From 1992, a sunny, chipper wee video from Unitone Hifi, featuring Teremoana,  Bobblyon (Hallelujah Picassos, 2R2S) and Just One. Directed by Josh Frizzell, and released as a single on Deepgrooves.

Peter McLennan writes about music from New Zealand and further afield, covering reggae, hiphop, funk, soul and more.

Hook Line and Singalong is an annual songwriting competition open to all school aged children across New Zealand from Primary through to Secondary.    The competition seeks to find a song that encapsulates what it means to be a New Zealander, what that means to you and what you love about Aotearoa.    The winning song is chosen by a panel of guest judges and becomes the song of Music Month sung at schools across the country at noon on the 31st May.    Click the link for more info

Hook Line and Singalong is an annual songwriting competition open to all school aged children across New Zealand from Primary through to Secondary. The competition seeks to find a song that encapsulates what it means to be a New Zealander, what that means to you and what you love about Aotearoa. The winning song is chosen by a panel of guest judges and becomes the song of Music Month sung at schools across the country at noon on the 31st May. Click the link for more info

Hook Line and Singalong is an annual songwriting competition open to all school aged children across New Zealand from Primary through to Secondary.    The competition seeks to find a song that encapsulates what it means to be a New Zealander, what that means to you and what you love about Aotearoa.    The winning song is chosen by a panel of guest judges and becomes the song of Music Month sung at schools across the country at noon on the 31st May.    Click the link for more info

Hook Line and Singalong is an annual songwriting competition open to all school aged children across New Zealand from Primary through to Secondary. The competition seeks to find a song that encapsulates what it means to be a New Zealander, what that means to you and what you love about Aotearoa. The winning song is chosen by a panel of guest judges and becomes the song of Music Month sung at schools across the country at noon on the 31st May. Click the link for more info

Our virtual online home is here

Our virtual online home is here

Our home at the NZ Music Commission

Our home at the NZ Music Commission

May 2013, 31 days of celebrating our local music flavours...

May 31 days of celebrating our local music flavours.

NZ Music Month - Andrew Archer

Today we present you with some works from a seasoned illustrator, Andrew Archer, who is based in Auckland, New Zealand and has worked for such names as WIR