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Beatnick LIVE on the TMet Friday Drive

Beatnick LIVE on the TMet Friday Drive Show on Twisted Radio

Kiwi electronica act Beatnick is the special guest on this week’s TMet Friday Drive show on Twisted Radio. Beatnick will be playing a live set at Twisted Studio #3 in Waitakere City, with hosts Chelfyn and MsBehaviour from TMet Recordings. Tune in from 5 – 8 p.m. on Auckland 107.7fm, Hamilton 107.5fm and online at

Beatnick aka Nick de Friez, is a sound manipulator/beat maker based in Auckland City, signed to Cosmic Conspiracy Records (Wellington). Fusing technologies and ideas, Beatnick brings the studio to the stage with a unique blend of electronic dub/triphop/hiphop. Beatnick has recently performed alongside acts such as Pitch Black, The Black Seeds and COSM.

For more information and musical treats please visit or catch Beatnick LIVE this NY's Eve in Christchurch @ Tranzfer. An archive copy of the show will be available to stream or download the following day from:

TMet Recordings:

New Zealand’s dance download label, TMet Recordings was launched in 2003 to help unsiugned Kiwi dance & electronica release their music digitally. Buy Chillout, House, D&B, Trance and Hard Dance from Aotearoan artists as highest quality MP3s at:

Twisted Radio:
Twisted is a dance community and radio network currently broadcasting in Auckland and Hamilton, as well as online through a web-stream at What makes Twisted different is that it operates as a not for profit company. The Twisted listeners love the fact that there are no ad breaks during shows - just great quality music. Twisted is looking to support this growing independent radio network with events and show sponsorship opportunities. Contact for more details.


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