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The Green Room 003: (Ear)Th

The Green Room 003: (Ear)Th

Our third instalment in this series showcases New Zealand music on a world stage and introduces some amazing sounds from around the world. The previous 2 Green Room compilations have showcased 100% New Zealand music. This time round The Green Room 003 is about living in a global community, & working with like-minded musicians & labels from around the world.

01. Troublemakers Allen Fresh The Allenko Brotherhood Ensemble *
02. Random Access Inrush-A *
03. This Room Jo Dukie and DJ Fitchie
04. Turn it Around The Black Seeds
05. I Am A Witness (With Emo) The Strike Boys
06. High Place The Red Eyes *
07. Lost in Translation Pitch Black *
08. Circles Mon Ami *
09. Protean Character Carl Hancock Rux *
10. Right Here in Front of You The Allenko Brotherhood Ensemble (Unsung Heroes & TY feat. Bries) *
11. The Best in Me DJ Vee feat. The Mighty Asterix
12. Stand Alone Emma Paki *
13. Leave it all Behind Age Pryor *
14. Sometimes Stones (Green Room mix) Tommy *

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