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TMet Recordings on 'Night Manoeuvres'

12 October 2005

TMet Recordings on 'Night Manoeuvres' with Liz Barry
Press Release: Mohawk Media

Night Manoeuvres is a weekly excursion into the diverse realms of New Zealand's electronic music scene, every Friday from 11.00 p.m. on Radio New Zealand. Host Liz Barry brings you artist profiles, music, news, interviews and more - a late night Friday feast of cutting edge sounds, dance, dub, drum 'n' bass. In this week's show, part 1 of a two part interview with Helen Baxter co-founder and Managing Directrix of kiwi electronic website, TMet Recordings ( www.tmet.co.nz).

With tracks from TMet artists such as DJ Baxter (voted no. 1 DJ by Metro Magazine), Javed Haider (winner of Heineken Found at Thirst 2003), and Ryan Tregurtha, one half of 'High Dosage', a Kiwi duo who are currently making waves in the UK hard dance scene.

TMet Recordings is New Zealand's dance download label, specialising in Chillout, House, D&B, Trance and Hard Dance from Aotearoan artists. TMet Recordings was launched online in 2003 to help Kiwi dance & electronica artists distribute their music globally. TMet have also recently launched Mohawk Media a video-graphics agency to create 3D animated music videos and VJ shows for the music industry. Their mission is to support Kiwi creativity.

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