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NZ Music London Showcase July 4th Live Online

NZ Music London Showcase July 4th Live Online

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa are pleased to announce the beginning of a new partnership with leading international online audio website, launching with the live simulcast of Thursday night's New Zealand electronic music showcase Return Of The Aotearoanz from London venue Fabric and continuing with weekly online archives of LOOP label manager Mikee Tucker's weekly 100% New Zealand electronica radio show The Green Room.



9pm-5am THURSDAY 4th JULY


LIVE: Salmonella Dub, Pitch Black, International Observer, Fat Freddy's Drop, Ebb, epsilon-blue, Koru DJs: Freq Nasty, Nathan Haines, Downtown Brown's Sunshine Sound System, peak:shift, Flic, Tubbs, Dean Webb (SouthSideSoul), Simone (Kog Transmissions UK), Golden Bay Sound System

Listen live online (8am-4pm, Friday 5th July NZT) at:

Set times, artist biographies and other Return Of The Aotearoanz gig info at:

LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa launches itself onto the UK market with what will undoubtedly be the largest showcase of New Zealand music held outside of our own shores in 2002, produced in association with Crazy Baldhead Ltd and ABC Recordings. LOOP Recordings Aotearoa's latest release - the LOOP Select 003 compilation - hits New Zealand shelves this week and will be the first LOOP product released onto international markets in the UK and France this September. The double CD boxed set collects LOOP's favourite selections from Aotearoa's audio output over recent years, with featured artists including Return Of The Aotearoanz gig headliners Pitch Black, Ebb, Fat Freddy's Drop and epsilon-blue. The 30 track double CD set includes songs by many of New Zealand's other foremost urban/electronic musical acts and a bunch of fresh faces, serving as a comprehensive introduction to New Zealand's top musical talent for audiences both in New Zealand and abroad (see attached Press Release for further information).



100% New Zealand electronic audio

Weekly archives now online at

Already syndicated on four radio stations in New Zealand (Radio Active 89FM in Wellington, rdu in Christchurch, Radio 1 in Dunedin and Studio 96.8 in Queenstown), LOOP Recordings Aot(ear)oa label manager Mikee Tucker's weekly New Zealand electronic music radio show The Green Room is now archived online at One of the world's leading internet audio sites, Groovetech broadcasts three live radio stations from Seattle, San Francisco and London, and plays host to an archive of over 4,500 DJ sets recorded live on Groovetech and at events around the world. LOOP are thrilled to be able to use this new internet radio initiative as another method of exposing and promoting New Zealand's freshest and finest musical talent worldwide.

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