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Legendary DJ in NZ for Radio Hauraki launch


Legendary DJ in NZ for Radio Hauraki launch

Legendary turntablist and Beastie Boys DJ, Mix Master Mike will be in Auckland this month to help launch the new and improved Radio Hauraki

The man who critics called the ‘masterstroke’ behind The Beastie Boys fifth album, Hello Nasty, featuring worldwide hits Intergalactic and Body Movin, will be the special guest star at the official re-launch of Radio Hauraki on 20 February.

“Our key business partners will see a rejuvenated Radio Hauraki at the launch,” says McClung. “We’re rapt with the great feedback the station has been receiving this year, and are looking forward to Mix Master Mike bringing the noise on the 20th”.

Hauraki has unveiled an all-new line-up in 2013 with Martin Devlin and Laura McGoldrick (Breakfast) joined by Angelina Boyd (Days), Greg Prebble (Afternoons), Matt Heath and The General (Drive) and Mikey Havoc (Nights).

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