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Why have swag when you can have Coconut Lime - Team Dynamite

"Why have swag when you can have Coconut Lime." - Team Dynamite

Auckland hip-hop collective TEAM DYNAMITE shot their NZ On Air funded video for "Coconut Lime feat. Che Fu" over the weekend with film director Eddy Fifield.

"'The boys wanted a Kung Fu themed music video, and so I decided we might as well go all out and make a legit Kung Fu film with fights, costumes, sets, bad dubbing, and a narrative ripped straight from the classic Kung Fu films of the late 70's and early 80's. This turned out to be a pretty ambitious project, but with a great crew of hard working and talented people, and great energy and commitment from the band, we ended up with something pretty spectacular." - Eddy

The video will be released late July, 2014 before heading out on a nationwide tour with Ladi6 in August.

FRI 01 AUG PAPAKURA, STAMPEDE BAR
SAT 02 AUG MT MAUNGANUI, BREWERS
THU 07 AUG NEW PLYMOUTH, MAYFAIR
FRI 08 AUG WELLINGTON, MEOW
SAT 09 AUG RIWAKA, RIWAKA HOTEL
WED 13 AUG WANAKA, MINT BAR
THU 14 AUG QUEENSTOWN, LOCO
FRI 15 AUG DUNEDIN, RE FUEL
SAT 16 AUG CHCH, THE BEDFORD @ CPSA
FRI 22 AUG AUCKLAND, POWERSTATION
SAT 23 AUG WHANGAREI, THE BALLROOM
FRI 29 AUG GISBORNE, SHIPWRECK
SAT 30 AUG NAPIER, SIDELINE BAR

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