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Wellington's Manzo is artist Alan Hodgetts, who has created a dark electronica album covering the increasing dystopia of today's society.  A visual artist with the ability to provide dark electronica themes to complement his work, this artist intends to provide the soundtrack to our times. 

2016 - MAnzo's debut album entered the IMNZ charts at number 8.

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The Latest Fallout

The Latest Fallout, from Hamilton NZ, have arrived with a bang! Radio, TV, major tours and festivals and a fan base rapidly growing beyond control.

Brendan, Jared, Jeremy and Dan have seen their debut album hit the NZ national charts, and with their continuing hectic touring schedule you can expect to see these guys for a long time to come.

2014 - Debut album reached 9 on NZ iTunes Chart; 6 on IMNZ album chart; 13 on NZ National Album Chart.

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Hannah Fryett

If you like the light, soulful sound of country rock, you need to check out Hannah Fryett. A top 50 placing in 2013's NZ X Factor, national TV appearances and radio coverage, Hannah has experienced the high pressure of TV, large audiences and the bright lights. Enjoy her enchanting sounds.

2014 - single Born To Be Yours reached number 7 in NZ iTunes Pop Singles Chart; reached number 11 in NZ iTunes National Singles Chart.

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Dirty Saint

Originally based in Auckland NZ, Manchester 4 piece Dirty Saint is Dave Gale, Tom Garcia, Pete Toner and Ste Pearce. Hard rock sounds and high energy live shows back up the raw heart and integrity of their recorded work.

2013s Professional Beggar EP was a critically acclaimed debut, and the follow up promises to be stronger still.

2014 - Time Of Your Life, Devil and Tell Me hit numbers one, two and three simultaneously on one of the UK's leading independent streaming engines in September 2014. 

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The Jason McIver Collective

Auckland, NZ-based acoustic pop/folk band The Jason McIver Collective consists of Jason McIver on vocals and guitar, Matthew Hill on lead guitar, Jesse Reeves on bass and Will Bloodfarm, drums, percussionist John Boone  and Elisha Hobbs on BV's and keys.

Via Southern Collective Music they brought you The Big Blue, their new E.P. released on Monday 1st December 2014.

2014 - Debut E.P. reached number 15 in IMNZ Albums chart.

2016 - Album released, entered the NZ National Albums chart at number 17, and the IMNZ albums chart at number 10.


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Type II

Type II are bare bones rock. They won't use auto tune and they will sweat a lot on stage. And they will swear! Just as it should be.

Originating in the underground Wellington scene, they have made a name for themselves on the live circuit, and backed it up in 2014 with their debut 8 track release, available on iTunes.

Mark Earl, James Jobe and Tim Raddich make up the permanent members of the band.

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5 piece metal band from Auckland formed in mid 2014 out of the ashes of local bands Heathen Eyes, Overhaile and The Blacklight Configuration.
Primacy mix's elements of heavy rock, progressive metal with some bluesy flavour added in for a touch of soul.

2016 - Debut E.P. Failure & Sacrifice entered the NZ National Albums chart in June at number 13; entered the IMNZ Albums chart at number FIVE.

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The Southern Collective

The label's genesis act, originally named Jack's Collective.

The re-release and re-branding of the album which started everything is aimed at breathing fresh life into the label's founding act.

With literally hundreds of live shows to his name, Jack is more focused on the success of the label these days, but he feels there's no need to neglect the one that started it all.

Re-branded as Welcome To My Somersault Factory, watch for the relaunch on iTunes.

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