Base FM Rooftop Series: The Splore Edition (27th November)

Written by on November 22, 2016


Base FM has put on parties in bars, in clubs, in parks, and even on a boat… This summer we’ll be doing something different and throwing parties on a rooftop in downtown Auckland, Sunday Sessions style. Base FM brings you the third episode of our Rooftop Series: The Splore Edition.

Base FM Rooftop Series ‘The Splore Edition’ featuring:


Sunday 27th November, 2-8pm
59 Federal Street, Auckland
Free with RSVP


Prepare yourselves for Splore festival, with some of the artists and DJ’s bringing the vibes and performing at the festival. Carrying on from the last two parties, the sun was out, the drinks were flowing, the music was on point and beautiful people were enjoying themselves riding high Sunday sessions style. The Base family invites you to come downtown and party with us again!

RSVP with these events are essential.
First 100 people through the door receive free entry, $5 after.
No RSVP = $10

SoccerPractise started in June 2015 as a collaboration between four music and visual artists with an eclectic array of tastes including electronic music, R&B, punk, grime, trip-hop and Māori kapa haka music.

Geneva Alexander-Marsters (vocals), Thomas Philip Burton (MPC & synth), Leo Sebastian (Horgan- guitar & effects) and Kim Newall (camera, projector visuals).

SoccerPractise is a genre-bending multimedia musical and visual experience which incorporates English and te reo Māori lyricism, electronic beats and electric guitar. Unlike many other bands, the group’s visuals are created and mixed live on stage with the VJ functioning as a ‘visual musician’ who reacts to the music in real time along with the rest of the group.

A regular DJ around Auckland City, and currently spins a range of different tunes at a bunch of different venues. He is Programme Director for Base FM, co-host of the Base FM Breakfast Show & Native Tongues NZ Music Show. A strong supporter of local music, his DJ sets often feature local MCs and beatmakers alongside the best the rest of the world has to offer. While known for his diverse downtempo beats & soulful hiphop sets, Dylan C also prefers a more heavier sound.
‘The Headspace’ with Dylan C on Base FM. Saturdays 2-4pm

Dj Randomplay has been a firm contributor the NZ dance scene through involvement in the Breakers Delight parties since 2002, and festivals appearances including Splore, Summadayze , Deep Hard n’ Funky, Phat New Years, Rhythm and Vines, Highlife Matakana and on the support bill for internationals as eclectic as Tayo, Freq Nasty, Aphrodite, Stanton Warriors, The Freestylers, Rennie Pilgrem, Aquasky, Baobinga & ID, NAPT, Sinden, Fake Blood, Aural Trash, Opiuo, Fort Knox Five, Slynk, Krafty Kuts, A-Skillz, Stickybuds and The Nextmen. Current projects include Salt Shaker, GTFP at Cassette Nine and various spots around Auckland City. Always eclectic, always fun.
‘Radio Deep Freeze’ with Matt Randomplay on Base FM. Sunday 6-8pm

After 12 years working in record retail as a vinyl buyer and a further 7 years distributing 7″ singles direct from yard, plus co-hosting the 2 longest running monthly dances in AKL, “Bus It Up” and “Daybreak”, these days FJ still reps the full spectrum of dancehall without partiality. You can hear only the very best in fresh to death dancehall.
‘The Jugglin’ Show’ with FJ on Base FM. Saturdays 8-10pm.

Oaariki spins a lose fusion of fresh and future beats, hip hop, rnb, funk, jungle, dub and everything in-between and co-hosts New Zealand’s most underground breakfast show at Base FM as well as holding down Thursday afternoon beats showcase ‘The Stoop’. Expect nothing less than a set of solid blends through all genres old and new, garnished with a vibe to set ya’ boogie on fire!

When not influencing listeners on the airwaves Oaariki is heavily involved with music both behind the scenes in photography and social media and also in live performance and is a proud supporter and promoter of local music, arts and culture.
‘The Stoop’ with Oaariki & Golden Mane on Base FM. Thursdays 4-6pm.


The Rydges Hotel rooftop terrace has a stunning panoramic view of the Waitemata Harbour. Usually reserved for weddings and exclusive events, this is a rare chance to enjoy this amazing space in the heart of Auckland City.

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