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Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa re-launches loop.co.nz

Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa re-launches loop.co.nz

Here's to 12 years of producing, promoting and championing Aotearoa's creative culture and here's to many more!

The new Loop.co.nz houses 12 years of proud creative kiwi content production with media rich archives. It provides a vehicle to look back on a label and media company that has been part of the paradigm shift in New Zealand music, film and art.

Loop.co.nz archives Loop's past and fuels Loop's future with a minimalistic design that lets the content do the talking while being retina display friendly and responsive.

The new site means you can finally head to one spot to check out info on the recent Loop releases including new albums: Stories From Elsewhere by Rhian Sheehan, Re-Record… Not Fade Away by Yes King, and Pins & Needles by Eavesdrop.

Thanks to all our creative partners past and present and thanks to multimedia gurus, Cactus Lab in Auckland for building our sweet new site.

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