‘Jenny from the Block’ has a spot on
Tickets for the latest reincarnation of Fly My Pretties are going on sale today and we have a great prize for one lucky fan. The 20-date Homeland Tour, proudly presented by Stuff, kicks off on September 5 in Kaitaia and makes its way through the heartland to finish in Invercargill on October 2.
SHADOW LIGHT Tahuna Breaks (Rhythmethod) Having the balls to ask Brit house combo Crazy P to co-produce their first offering in close on four years but not having the cash to fly them out to NZ has been a double-edged sword for the Kiwi funksters’ third full-lengther. Sure, it took a little longer and meant they missed out on soundtracking New Zealand’s endless summer, but having Crazy P’s influence unencumbered by pohutakawa beach parties gives Shadow Light a euro-dance edge and shows them truly moving on from the days of Giddy Up and their Aotearoa backyard reggae styles.
New Zealand’s own Fly My Pretties is getting set to headline the opening night of Womad. Creator of the popular collaboration, Barnaby Weir, took some time out pre-gig to chat with the Taranaki Daily News.
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