IMNZ Newsletter to November 21: Backstage at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards

This week, we feature the winners of the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards who are involved with IMNZ. And there’s a new number one album…From backstage at the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards…
Photos courtesy of Topic Images

Tama Waipara

Tiny Ruins band

David Dallas


International and Industry Action

2014 Taite Music Prize winner Lorde made a well-deserved splash at the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards last night, but we’d like to make special mention of the members of the Independent Music New Zealand whanau who were also recognised with Tuis. David Dallas rounds out a successful 2014 with two Tuis for Best Male Solo Artist and Best Urban / Hip Hop Album for ‘Falling Into Place’ after opening for global rap sensation Eminem. Broods, the hugely popular sibling duo from Nelson – and newcomers to the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards – take home their first-ever Tui for Breakthrough Artist of the Year.. Best Rock Album goes to Blacklistt; while the Tui for Best Alternative Album goes to solo-act turned band Tiny Ruins. Tama Waipara takes home the Tui for Best Roots Album for ‘Fill Up The Silence’. Other winners on the night were Stan Walker, The Naked and Famous, Rob Ruha, Mosaic Music, Jack Body and Sol3 Mio. The night closed with a tribute performance in honour of the 2014 NZ Herald Legacy Award recipients – Supergroove – performed by female music powerhouses Hollie Smith, Iva Lamkum, Ria Hall and Tali. They were accompanied by The Levites under the music direction of Jacob Nansen. The NZ Herald Legacy Award was presented to Supergroove on the night by Slave and Otis. Read more…


On the live front

The Isaac Theatre Royal Restoration Celebration With Fly My Pretties & The Nudge
February 22nd 2015 marks the four-year anniversary of the Christchurch earthquakes that destroyed the iconic Isaac Theatre Royal located in the heart of Christchurch city. The Isaac Theatre Royal has been restored to her original glory and to showcase the new theatre, Fly My Pretties with support from The Nudge are blessed to be able to perform in this amazing venue on such a special date, presented by Radio Hauraki. Fly My Pretties are bringing a three-hour show and assembling a 15 strong cast from all five incarnations (with some new surprises) all set to a stunning visual backdrop. It’s Pretties only South Island show for 2014/15 too! Tickets from Fly My Pretties and the Nudge then team up with Estere to play Auckland’s Music at Matua on Saturday February 28th, presented by Kiwi FM and George FM.

Converse New Zealand announced the arrival of the Sneakers Would series to our shores.They’ll host a series of free live music shows beginning in Wellington on December 3, featuring Homebrew, supported by Rackets and Race Banyon. On December 4 the series will move to Auckland, also headlined by Homebrew and supported by Rackets and Mzwètwo. Tickets cannot be purchased; instead, Converse fans will find ticket offers in unexpected places and receive spur-of-the-moment invitations to drop what they’re doing to attend these one-of-a-kind live shows. “The opportunity could strike at any time with a clear choice – act spontaneously and live in the moment like a sneaker or carry on as normal like a shoe.” Read more on Cheese on Toast.

Arts On Tour 2015
Funded by Creative New Zealand, Arts On Tour New Zealand organises tours of New Zealand performers to rural and smaller centres in New Zealand. Here is their 2015 itinerary of musical tours:
February – Into the East
March – Bella Kalolo Band
April – The Jews Brothers Band
June – Charlotte Yates and Gil Eva Craig with Rob Thorne
September – String Wizardry with Helen Webby and Davy Stuart
October – John and Amiria Grenell
November – Miho’s Jazz Orchestra
Read more from New Zealand Musician


New release fanfare

Tipare takes a stand with her new single ‘My Decision’
Auckland based artist Tipare is pleased to announce a follow up to her previous single ‘Backbiters’, her brand new single, ‘My Decision’. Written by NY based Easy Star All-Stars collaborators Ticklah and Michael Goldwasser, Tipare says she was initially attracted to the straight forward story telling. Tipare worked with New Zealand musicians Laughton Kora to contribute additional production to the song, and Fran Kora to add haunting background vocals to bring this concept to life. The result is Tipare’s unique version of resurrection from a bad relationship. The video for ‘My Decision’ was shot by Russian photographer Tamara Azizian and directed by Tipare. A feminine, stylish, urban vignette, the video features different pockets of Auckland to root it in its city vibe. View the video here.
‘My Decision’ is available for purchase at Amplifier, iTunes and all good digital outlets. You can listen to the ‘My Decision’ on Soundcloud.

Alexander Wildwood South Of No North
It’s been a busy year for Alexander Wildwood, the musician from Tauranga. For a relatively unknown artist, Wildwood’s music’s is already making big waves – having been chosen to support Australia’s Boy & Bear on their sold out New Zealand tour in September and then opening for the beloved British band Elbow’s two sold out shows in Auckland this November. The first single Bad Blood from Alexander’s debut EP received NZ on Air Making Track grant. US blog All Things Go says Wildwood is “the start of something special” and “recalls current greats like Bombay Bicycle Club and The Neighbourhood”. Bad Blood also featured in the Top 100 Unearthed Charts on Australia’s nationwide radio network triple J. Watch the video for Bad Blood here The multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer (PleasePlease, The Heart of Katherine) produces and records his own music from his home studio on New Zealand’s picturesque East Coast, the result is an organic hybrid of indie-rock/folk with a polished pop sensibility. South Of No North was mixed by Nic Manders and mastered by Andy Vandette (David Bowie, The Beastie Boys, Metric). Website –

Eyreton Hall announce the release of their debut album Featherstitch, out November 21st
Once described as the love-child of Robin Pecknold (Fleetfoxes), and Rufus Wainright, Eyreton Hall are partners in music and life. Toni Randle and Andrew Keegan write melodic art folk with a melancholy, timeless feel. The songs were written in Randle’s parent’s barn, just out of Christchurch, but Featherstitch was to have its genesis up the road at “Eyreton Hall”. Friend and recording engineer Joseph Veale was there to capture the sounds. The process was a long one – largely due to the challenges of distance, the fickleness of money, having babies and moving cities; you know, Life. After relocating to Auckland in 2012 the duo enlisted head engineer Simon Gooding to finish recording the album at York Street. He then incorporated performances from talented family and friends across Australia and NZ and mixed the album at Auckland’s Big Pop and STL Audio in Wellington. Achingly beautiful offerings can be heard from Jacob Cole, Reuben Derrick, Andrew Genge, Ben Hauptmann, Martyn Hentschel, Tim Keegan, Gerard Masters, Richard Pickard, Jethro Pickett, Tim Randle, Mandy Stark, and Scott Taitoko. The album is also laden with vocal harmony, the band harnessing the talents of Ben King (Golden Horse, Grand Rapids), Brendan Morrow (The Map Room), and Edward Waaka. Featherstitch was mastered at The Lab by Oliver Harmer. Featherstitch is available for physical purchase on the night and on iTunes, Amplifier and all good digital outlets from November 21st.

Princess Chelsea has shared a brand new single – a song originally demo’d by best mate Jamie called “No Church on Sunday”. She told Stereogum who are streaming the premiere of the new song that it’s about “the complicated feelings of leaving a strict religious background.” You’ll have to click on over to Stereogum to listen to the song which is released as a single via Mermaid Avenue – Purchase on iTunes here
Read more on Cheese on Toast


Top 20 IMNZ Albums Chart to November 13 2014



Week To Thursday, 13 November 2014
This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Distributor Certification
1 - 1 Be Mine Tonight The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra Rhythm/DRM
2 3 12 Evergreen Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
3 4 18 We Rise Devilskin Rhythm/DRM gold x1
4 - 1 Introducing Darren Watson Darren Watson DRM
5 1 22 Dynamite! Tami Neilson Southbound
6 2 2 The Territory The Eastern RoughPeel/Rhythm/DRM
7 - 1 Collected Hits The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra Rhythm/DRM
8 - 1 Quicksand Black River Drive Rhythm/DRM
9 7 162 Six60 Six60 Massive plat x4
10 11 4 Sines Jakob Border/DRM
11 8 73 Blackbird: Deluxe Edition Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM plat x1
12 16 41 Broods EP Broods DrydenStreet
13 17 19 Science & Survival I Am Giant I Am Giant
14 12 50 Songs For Bubbas Anika Moa Rhythm/DRM
15 5 7 Magnetics Sola Rosa Rhythm/DRM
16 10 9 Ssxub EP Shapeshifter And The Upbeats Truetone
17 15 63 Best So Far Katchafire Katchafire
18 14 265 Based On A True Story Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM plat x9
19 - 215 KORA Kora Border/DRM plat x2
20 18 24 Brightly Painted One Tiny Ruins ArchHill

Top 10 IMNZ Singles Charts to November 13 2014


Week To Thursday, 13 November 2014
This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Distributor Certification
1 1 2 Special Six60 Massive
2 - 1 Wannabe Georgia Lines Rockquest
3 3 21 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
4 4 4 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM
5 7 10 L.A.F. Broods DrydenStreet
6 6 13 Vessel Devilskin Rhythm/DRM
7 - 137 Don’t Forget Your Roots Six60 Massive plat x3
8 5 45 Bridges Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
9 - 94 Forever Six60 Massive plat x1
10 - 74 Only To Be Six60 Massive plat x2


Top 10 IMNZ Airplay Charts to November 16 2014


Week To Sunday, 16 November 2014
This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Distributor Certification
1 3 2 Special Six60 Massive
2 1 21 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
3 2 7 L.A.F. Broods DrydenStreet
4 4 13 Transmission I Am Giant I Am Giant
5 6 6 Braver Than Most Ezra Vine LTPS
6 5 8 Just For You Deach feat. Ria And Ezra James Empire
7 7 16 It’s Nothin’ Ty feat. Donell Lewis Empire
8 - 2 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM
9 - 16 Bad Philosophy Jeremy Redmore RedmoreBooks
10 9 2 Wash My Brain Rackets BFTU/Rhythm/DRM

IMNZ Newsletter to November 14: Videos and Riot Grrrls


There’s a bit of a visual these running through this week’s news – the Show Me Shorts Film Festival have awarded their inaugural music video award; Ha The Unclear’s new video has been noticed internationally, and the Into The Void documentary opens.In Around the World, Digital Music News speaks to the new Vice President of the USA’s independent record label association, A2IM – former Riot Grrrl Molly Neuman.3c31c22c-a0dd-4518-956e-c59dfa8806be.jpg
IMNZ Board member speaks at AWME

Ahead of this week’s AWME conference in Melbourne TMN (The Music Network, Australia) spoke to IMNZ Board member Craig Pearce, co-founder of Triple M Management Ltd, co-manager of The Black Seeds and manager of The Phoenix Foundation. Pearce will take part in the panel titled ‘An Island In The Middle Of The Pacific’ alongside artist managers Cushla Aston, Scott Grafton and Jeffrey Stothers on Saturday November 15. Tickets can be purchased at
Read the interview on TMN here…

International and Industry Action

Ha The Unclear Premieres Video with Entertainment Weekly
Entertainment Weekly has premiered a video for Ha the Unclear’s single ‘Secret Lives of Furniture’. Showcasing the New Zealand quartet’s gift for blending off-kilter pop with dynamic vintage rock, the song appears on their recently released album, ‘Bacterium, Look at Your Motor Go‘. Watch the video for ‘Secret Lives of Furniture’. Frontman Michael Cathro shared the following with about the inspiration behind the song and its video: “‘Secret Lives of Furniture’ is about a coffee table that has become infatuated with its owner and is left broken at the landfill after the owner passes away. We wanted to incorporate that anthropomorphism in the video. We spent a day walking around Mt. Eden putting up posters of missing furniture imagining that everyone’s furniture was running away because we hadn’t been treating them well enough. Maybe they had all gone underground to form a secret society and plan some kind of furniture revolt.”

The inaugural Best Music Video Award of the Show Me Shorts Film Festival was won by Alix Whittaker and Thunderlips for Glare by last last year’s Critics Choice Award winner and 2014 Taite Prize finalist Sheep, Dog & Wolf. The beautiful video received a lot of praise from the judges, who were impressed with the storytelling and artistic vision. Thunderlips are also responsible for the video of Doprah‘s Stranger People for which is a finalist in the running for best music video in the 2014 NZ Music Awards. Read more on NZ Musician…

Festival-goers heading to Rhythm & Vines and Rhythm & Alps, will have access to some new festival tech on their wrists, thanks to event partners Spark and Spotify. In a New Zealand first, every Rhythm & Vines, Rhythm & Alps and BW RFID (radio-frequency identification) wristband will allow attendees to connect, collect and share their festival experience, as part of the #MyFestivalStory initiative. Spark GM of Home, Mobile & Business Jason Paris says #MyFestivalStory was inspired by a similar campaign implemented by Spotify at Coachella earlier this year, which proved a huge success. “Using the same RFID technology, My Festival Story takes it up a few notches, providing an interactive digital snapshot of your unique festival journey – the places you visited, photos, bespoke playlists and acts you saw, the number of steps you took – to share with your friends on social, and re-live years later, all thanks to Spark and Spotify”, says Paris. Rhythm Group festivals and live events around the world have used RFID for some time; providing festival-goers with a seamless, cashless experience and shorter queues. Creating a unique #MyFestivalStory will be free for festival-goers. Those wanting to take part just need to sync their wristband to their Spotify account before the festival by visiting, or at Spark Hang Out on-site. Post-festival, participants receive an email with a link to their #MyFestivalStory, where they’ll be given the option to share their story with their friends on Facebook. Read more…

On the live front

Sam Prebble Tribute concert announced
The local music community was shocked and heartbroken last month with the news that Sam Prebble had passed away. He died on 23 October 2014. Musician friends have gathered together to put on a tribute show for Sam on Sunday 23rd November at The Wine Cellar to honour and remember Sam and to help raise funds for his family, and especially his partner. There will be music from The Eastern, Great North, Bernie Griffen, Steve Abel, The Bads, Reb Fountain, Dylan Storey, Brendan Turner, Hopetoun Brown, Dave Khan, Callum Gentleman, Tom Cunliffe, Scott J Mason, Rodney Fisher and many more. Entry by Koha from 5.30pm. Read more on Cheese on Toast…

The Black Seeds are in Christchurch this Cup and Show Week, playing the Bedford this Saturday November 15. Long established as one of New Zealand’s finest live bands and with a solid foothold in Europe and North America, The Black Seeds have carved out their reputation on the back of multi-platinum selling albums, and a masterful live show that has been filling dance floors across the globe for over a decade. Read more on Eventfinder

Dream pop duo French For Rabbits have announced a NZ tour to support the recent release of their debut album Spirits. The pair start in Oamaru on December 4, play Christchurch and Nelson before heading to Napier, wending their way around the North Island to finish in Wellington on December 20. Here’s their music video for The Other SideRead more from Cheese on Toast…

Brother Love and Darryl Baser visit Auckland
Brother Love are making the trek to Auckland from Christchurch, playing the Dog’s Bollix on Thursday November 20, and UFO on Friday 21. For over 20 years in a rockin’ boat, Brother Love’s various indie star-studded line-ups have gained the notice of record labels in New York and Germany, with the band touring the US twice. The Brother Love band have played shows with bands such as Bardo Pond, Fuzzhead, Mark Arm’s Bloodloss, San Francisco’s Monoshock and Barbara Manning, the No-Neck Blues, Dead Moon, King Loser and Sebadoh. Hear them here. Their special guest on Thursday night at the Bollix is alt-country (emphasis on the “alt”) singer/songwriter Darryl Baser, playing Auckland for the first time since 1991. The songwriting bug kicked in, and Baser played wherever he could, from busking in Hamilton to support slots for bands such as The Axemen. In the interim, he’s also been a music journalist. Baser’s forthcoming album ‘ Raw Selfie’ – out shortly on Zelle Records through Powertools – was recorded on his trusty LG Optima smart phone. Baser figured, if one can take selfies on their phones, why can’t one also record an album? Darryl’s Facebook page. Joining Brother Love’s Free Association at UFO on Friday November 21st is a very cool lineup, with George D. Henderson’s New Existentialists, as well as impressive young bands The Debris and Mucus Kids.

Raggamuffin lineup
ft Ali Campbell, Astro & Mickey Virtue, Jamaican star Chronixx and American hip-hop legends Ice Cube and Cypress Hill will headline Raggamuffin VIII in Auckland on Saturday 13 December. Featuring two stages, the festival line-up also includes Pacific reggae artist Fiji, Jamaican leading lady Etana and top-shelf Kiwi acts including Katchafire, Aaradhna, P-Money, Sammy Johnson featuring Brownhill, House of Shem, Sons of Zion, DJ Sirvere, Che Fu & The Kratez, Tomorrow People and Jafa Mafia Crew with special guests. Read more on Eventfinder…

New acts announced for the Rhythm n’ Vines New Years festival include Chase & Status, Broods, Grandtheft, Delta Heavy and Chicago house legend Derrick Carter. Also joining the line up at @Peace and Mi-Sex among a whole host of other acts. Here’s the complete list of acts: Bastille> Netsky Live>Chase and Status (DJ Set)> Zane Lowe > Chet Faker > Danny Brown> Just Blaze > Ta-ku > Jagwar Ma > Broods>London Elektricity & MC Wrec > Mø > Grandtheft > Delta Heavy > Etc!Etc! > DC Breaks>Derrick Carter > P-Money > Mr Carmack> @Peace > State Of Mind > Addison Groove > PNC > KiNK (live) > Meta and the Cornerstones > Little May>Midland > The Funk Hunters > Trei > Mi-Sex > Kamandi>Aroha > Borderline > Chores > Dan Aux > Dean Campbell > Dick Johnson > Estère > Frank Booker > Holly Arrowsmith > Matt Drake & Tom McGuinness > MC Tali & Chiccoreli > PleasePlease > Sid Diamond > Summer Thieves > Team Dynamite > Terace > Thanks > Third3ye > Tim Phin > Tim Richards>Young Tapz > Yumi Zouma > Ben Walker > Brazilbeat Sound System > Cymbol 303 > Drax Project>G A S P > Haki > Hamish Pinkham > Jamie Fitzgerald > Jono Fektious LAKES > LMC リアム > Manuel Darquart > Mike Ross > Polo > Race Banyon > The Black Club with Mac Mylo > Uni-Fi > Witters Read more…

New release fanfare

Introducing the Jason McIver Collective
Born from the ashes of Alt/Industrial metal band Heathen Eyes arises Auckland-based acoustic pop/folk band The Jason McIver Collective. Under the Heathen Eyes banner, they saw success on TV and radio with the single Ocea, and have played extensively, including early 2014 at The Powerstation. Via Southern Collective Music they bring you The Big Blue, their new E.P. released on Monday 1st December 2014. Debut single The Crystal Pool will be performed on TVNZ’s Good Morning Show on 27th November, the day after they kick off their North Island tour in support of the launch. The band are currently sitting second in the WOMAD 2015 Band vote, behind Batucadain top spot. Listen to Crystal Pool here.

Flying Nun Cassettes
If Burger Records can sell 100,000 cassettes in 2012, I’m sure we can go through about 20 in 2014. Especially as they are some of your favourite reissues from Flying Nun Records! And just think, when you whip one out to show your friends there won’t be any annoying debates about whether the sound quality is better than digital copies, plus fits in your pocket and if you are sick of hearing the same 10 songs you can always dub your favourites off the radio! FO now have cassette copies of:

Into The Void opens at Rialto in Auckland and Dunedin today
After a series of one-off screenings INTO THE VOID, the documentary film about a band, that, let’s be honest, not many people have heard of, opens at Rialto in Auckland and Dunedin today. “Inspired by Black Sabbath, INTO THE VOID was once jokingly referred to as Christchurch’s Spinal Tap or Bad News” says film reviewer James Croot in The Press, continuing, “Known for their drinking as much as their music… the band was formed by for ‘arts school assholes’ as something to do on a Saturday night in late 1980s Christchurch”. Yes, the film is about a band that not many people have heard of (they’ve produced two albums over their 25 years+ existence) but it’s more about the joy of what it’s like to “waste time” and enjoy being in a band; remembering that commercial success and/or recognition is not the be all and end all of being in a band and making music, and that some people do it purely for the fun. Read more and watch the trailer on Cheese on Toast…

She’s So Rad have shared the first single from their forthcoming sophomore album. The song is called “Cool It” and the new album, due out early 2015 is called Tango. The band say, of the new single, that it’s “a modern shoegaze number written by Anji Sami in the hopes of inspiring people to “not loose their shit” in times of stress. It draws on influences from Cocteau Twins and Slowdive with some searing lead guitar that may make you want to play Siamese Dream from beginning to end.” It was produced by Jeremy Toy, recorded by Toy and Jol Mulholland at The Lab in Mt Eden, Auckland. The track was mixed by, Tony Hoffer (M83, Beck, Supergrass, Silversun Pickups) at his Los Angeles studio.
You can stream “Cool It” here – it will be available via Bandcamp from Monday 17th Nov.

Around the World

Molly Neuman: From Riot Grrrl Founder to Indie Label Advocate

by Nina Ulloa of Digital Music News

In September of this year Molly Neuman replaced Jim Mahoney as Vice President of A2IM (American Association of Independent Music). She was originally a founding board member of A2IM, becoming involved with the association when it was first starting up in 2005. Neuman has been very involved in a wide variety of roles in the industry, allowing her to truly understand the needs of independent labels and artists.

In the 90s, Neuman was one of the driving forces behind the riot grrrl movement. She created key zines and was a member of numerous bands, including Bratmobile, The Frumpies, and The PeeChees. She later went on to fill a number of roles, including managing bands like The Donnas and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists.

I was born about a decade too late to experience riot grrrl firsthand, but it had a profound impact on me when I was a teenager discovering music. The Donnas and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists were also very important to me at different points in my life. Molly Neuman’s work has had a direct impact on not only me, but so many people that I know and continue to meet. I was very interested in speaking with her to find out more about the work she’s done and the work she intends to do for indie labels.

Could you give a brief history of your music career?
Molly Neuman: “My very very beginning was as a band member, my dream was to play music. I started when I was at the University of Oregon. My best friend and next door neighbor in the dorms and I started our band. We also wanted to be a part of the radio station that was beginning to be formed at the University of Oregon, but it didn’t end up getting off the ground while we were there. Until the station could be launched we decided to make a fanzine.

We wanted to cover women artists of all genres, interview bands, and document a part of the musical landscape that we didn’t see being documented terribly well. From that point we aligned ourselves with other bands and women who were making fanzines, and that basically became the riot grrrl scene.

That was in the early ’90s and we started touring and putting out records. We were all going to college through most of that time, so we were doing a lot of things in school breaks.When we graduated I moved to the Bay Area and began working at Lookout. And Lookout was already in place, Green Day and Operation Ivy had already been signed. I had nothing to do with those things. I was part of the label making a transition post-Green Day to different staff, offices, trying to mature a little bit.
People sold a lot of records then, it was a different climate in the music business entirely. I ended up working really closely with a lot of the artists we signed. From there I started doing management for The Donnas and Ted Leo and the Pharmacists. I wore a lot of different hats for a number of years. I still worked at the label and had done all the different jobs you do at an independent label, from radio promotion to publicity to A&R.

Then I moved to New York and was offered a job at eMusic, so I started working there in 2006. I had never been on the retail side of things before. That was a really helpful, new perspective to have. It was early days in digital music, relatively speaking. Rhapsody was around, but it was the only streaming service at that point. It was a good time, and we were focused on independents for the most part. Then that changed and we started working with the majors for a number of years. Then in 2013 I went to Rhapsody and was there for a year and change. I learned a lot, I was doing a lot of publishing work and international licensing.

Then A2IM had an opening which I couldn’t help but apply for. I had been on A2IM’s original board when it was founded, ten years ago next year.”

Read the rest of the story on Digital Music News…



Top 10 IMNZ Album Chart to November 6 2014


Week To Thursday, 6 November 2014
This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Distributor Certification
1 4 21 Dynamite! Tami Neilson Southbound
2 - 1 The Territory The Eastern RoughPeel/Rhythm/DRM
3 1 11 Evergreen Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
4 2 17 We Rise Devilskin Rhythm/DRM gold x1
5 5 6 Magnetics Sola Rosa Rhythm/DRM
6 - 23 Everything Is Ka Pai Various Pure/DRM
7 9 161 Six60 Six60 Massive plat x4
8 10 72 Blackbird: Deluxe Edition Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM plat x1
9 8 9 Eb And Sparrow Eb And Sparrow Southbound
10 13 8 Ssxub EP Shapeshifter And The Upbeats Truetone
11 6 3 Sines Jakob Border/DRM
12 15 49 Songs For Bubbas Anika Moa Rhythm/DRM
13 - 1 Spirits French For Rabbits Southbound
14 18 264 Based On A True Story Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythm/DRM plat x9
15 - 62 Best So Far Katchafire Katchafire
16 12 40 Broods EP Broods DrydenStreet
17 11 18 Science & Survival I Am Giant I Am Giant
18 - 23 Brightly Painted One Tiny Ruins ArchHill
19 7 11 Stone And Wood Phil Doublet Quirky/DRM
20 - 66 Delta Shapeshifter Truetone gold x1


Top 10 IMNZ Singles Chart to November 6 2014



Top 10 IMNZ Singles – Week To Thursday, 6 November 2014
This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Distributor Certification
1 - 1 Special Six60 Massive
2 - 1 Walk (Back To Your Arms) Tami Neilson Southbound
3 2 20 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
4 1 3 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop Rhythmethod
5 3 44 Bridges Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
6 4 12 Vessel Devilskin Rhythm/DRM
7 8 9 L.A.F. Broods DrydenStreet
8 - 1 So What Ty Empire
9 7 2 Colours Titanium LTPS
10 5 47 Runnin’ David Dallas Dirty/FMG plat x1


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