WONDERGARDEN 2018 – LINEUP ANNOUNCEMENT DECEMBER 31st, SILO PARK Auckland city’s favourite New Year’s Eve destination Wondergarden has just added Ladi6, Matthew Young, Avantdale Bowling Club, Julien Dyne(DJ set), HIGH HØØPS, Peach Milk, k2k, Frank Booker , Hugo Jay and Aw B to their line up joining the already powerful lineup of Nightmares On Wax (DJ set), DāM-FunK, JessB , Kllo,  Cut Off Your Hands, Fortunes. and Tina Turntables! Nightmares on Wax (DJ Set) DāM-FunK […]

This weeks LOCAL EYES is Fortunes with their video for ‘Focus’. The tune comes off the duos latest EP ‘Undress’ recently released via Future Classic. Find Out More About Fortunes: BANDCAMP | SOUNDCLOUD | TWITTER | FACEBOOK Local Eyes is a weekly segment on BaseFM focusing on New Zealand Music videos. Big Thanks to NZ On Air […]

New Zealand born Melbourne based Fortunes, aka Conor and Barnaby, have hit it out of the park with this release. Taken from the Undress EP released late last month via Future Classic. ‘Linen’ gives a darker vibe than we’ve heard on the EP. The production rings in as an eerie backdrop as Conor sings about his […]

This week’s Turn It Up local tune comes off what Louie Knuxx calls his best album ever. The rapper’s third full length album, Tiny Warm Hearts, coincides with a recent move back to New Zealand and as it was funded by fans, he’s now giving away the finished product for free. The album features a variety […]

Melbourne-based duo Fortunes (Conor McCabe & Barnaby Matthews) return with their second release Jacket EP. Deep soulful and electronic, this follow up to 2015’s Hoodies EP is a step up in production & delivery. “On ‘Bomber’, Barnaby encases Conor’s melodramatic and theatrical R&B/disco informed vocal inside sleek, minimal production, taunt drum machine funk and shimmering […]

Introducing FORTUNES (via Fortunes are McCabe and Barnaby Matthews, a Melbourne-via-Auckland duo. You can’t really separate these two from their origins once you’ve seen them live a few times. The first thing you notice is McCabe’s Kiwi twang. The Melbourne in them a lot harder to discern, given the subtle cultural differences between these […]

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