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DEVILSKIN PLATINUM CELEBRATIONS
Thursday 30 July

Devilskin celebrated their Platinum success this week with surprise industry drinks and presentation hosted by MMF Manager James Southgate from Music Management.

The Chills Announce First Album in 19 Years
Thursday 30 July

The Chills (Scott Muir) — the Dunedin, New Zealand-based band whose early records were released by Flying Nun—haven't put out a full-length since 1996's Sunburnt.  Their next LP, Silver Bullets, arrives on October 30 via Fire.

Katie Thompson Selected to Represent Oceania in Global Music Project
Thursday 30 July

Nominee for Female Artist of the Year at the upcoming Country Music Awards New Zealand (CMANZ), and rising star Katie Thompson has been selected to represent the continent of Oceania in Vienna this August as part of a global music project being run by worldwide music platform, Global Rockstar.

Mel Parsons 'Get Out Alive'
Thursday 30 July

Silver Scroll Top 20 finalist Mel Parsons (Lorraine Barry) has released a new video for 'Get Out Alive', which is in the running for APRA's coveted award this year.

Toni Huata 'Hopukia te tao'
Thursday 30 July

Toni Huata has released her new video 'Hopukia te tao' - a song entirely in te reo about being brave, speaking up and making choices

Ha! The Unclear 'Growing Mould'
Thursday 30 July

Ha! The Unclear (Tim Couch and Jason Schroeder) have released the third single from their debut album Bacterium, Look at Your Motor Go'Growing Mould.