Top 10 IMNZ Singles – Week To Thursday, 12 May 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 6 Free Broods DrydenStreet
2 2 108 Bridges Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
3 3 26 10 Feet Tall Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM
4 4 36 Wandering Eye Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
5 5 62 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
6 8 43 Four Walls Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
7 9 16 Sippin’ Yak Dan Aux feat. Kings DanAux/Rhythm/DRM
8 7 47 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM gold x1
9 10 80 In Colour Shapeshifter Truetone plat x1
10 6 11 Love Will Call Nomad Nomad/DRM

 

Top 10 IMNZ Singles – Week To Thursday, 5 May 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 5 Free Broods DrydenStreet
2 2 107 Bridges Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
3 3 25 10 Feet Tall Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM
4 4 35 Wandering Eye Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
5 5 61 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
6 9 10 Love Will Call Nomad Nomad/DRM
7 7 46 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM gold x1
8 6 42 Four Walls Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
9 8 15 Sippin’ Yak Dan Aux feat. Kings DanAux/Rhythm/DRM
10 79 In Colour Shapeshifter Truetone plat x1

 

Top 20 IMNZ Albums – Week To Thursday, 5 May 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 5 Songs For Bubbas 2 Anika Moa Diamond&Kowhai/Rhythm/DRM
2 5 8 Harmony House Dave Dobbyn RedTrolley/Border/DRM
3 3 126 Songs For Bubbas 1 Anika Moa Bubbs/Rhythm/DRM
4 7 89 Evergreen Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
5 2 2 The Death Of All Things Beastwars Destroy
6 6 32 Drylands Mel Parsons CapeRoad/Border/DRM
7 1 West By North Guy Wishart RedLeadMusic/Soutbound
8 8 28 Bays Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM gold x1
9 10 4 Hauora Street Chant FlyingNun/FlyingOut
10 4 7 Private Conversations Gray Bartlett GrayBartlett/Ode/DRM
11 11 95 We Rise Devilskin Devilskin/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
12 15 141 Blackbird Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
13 14 340 Based On A True Story Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x9
14 12 4 Hunt For The Wilderpeople OST Moniker MajesticalPictures/DRM
15 13 5 Particle And Wave Avoid! Avoid FlyingNun/FlyingOut
16 12 25 Year Collection The Warratahs TheWarratahs/Southbound
17 113 Best So Far Katchafire Katchafire
18 29 Don’t Be Afraid Tami Neilson TamiNeilson/Southbound
19 5 I’ll Forget 17 Lontalius POD/Inertia/Rhythm
20 16 3 Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! 10th Anniversary Edition The Mint Chicks FlyingNun/FlyingOut

 

Top 10 IMNZ Airplay – Week To Sunday, 8 May 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 6 Free Broods DrydenStreet
2 8 2 Turn Me On Ty feat. PT Empire
3 2 22 10 Feet Tall Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM
4 3 13 Run Away Three Houses Down ThreeHousesDown/Loop/Border
5 4 11 Oriana Machete District feat. Mz J MacheteDistrict/DRM
6 6 7 Wake Up Black River Drive BlackRiver/Rhythm/DRM
7 7 2 A Lake Lawrence Arabia HonoraryBedouin/FlyingOut
8 13 Love Will Call Nomad Nomad/DRM
9 1 Machinery Doprah ArchHill/FlyingOut
10 2 Insides Street Chant ArchHill/FlyingOut

 

IMNZ Newsletter May 2016: I LOVE Fiji!

We’re wishing a huge congratulations to SILICON for winning the 2016 Taite Music Prize, for his album titled ‘Personal Computer’.  We also hope that his broken ankle makes a full recovery!
It’s very busy this month as we celebrate NZ Music Month – and you can get involved by heading along to any of the 800 gigs happening around New Zealand – head over to nzmusicmonth.co.nz to see what’s going on in your neighbourhood.  We are also looking forward to hosting the first Going Local in Dunedin 16 May. Read on!

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IMNZ are planning a get together in Dunedin called Going Local, on Monday 16th May. It’s an informal way for you to meet with some established people already working in the music industry, who can offer advice and knowledge that will help to answer some question about the music industry. It is also a chance for us to get to know you and hear about your own sound and vision for the future.

It is a free entry event, you can register your place here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/going-local-how-the-nz-music-industry-can-help-you-tickets-25013966447

And there is a Facebook event page for discussion and connection here: Going Local Dunedin Facebook
The rest of the country? Yes, stay tuned for Going Local Christchurch, Going Local Wellington and Going Local Auckland – and we hope to expand even further than that in the times to come. Dunedin is first though!

AROUND THE WORLD
d15e0994-a296-4aa6-891a-1a2d0d2604cfPlaystation Music Passes 5 Billion Streams 

Sony Music’s PlayStation Music celebrated its first year of collaborating with Spotify by notching up 5 billion streams. The partnership had notched up an impressive 785 million tracks streamed on PlayStation 4 in the first three months. Hip hop is the most popular genre. According to figures from Spotify, Drake was the most streamed artist in the first year, followed by Eminem and Justin Bieber. The most streamed song globally was Major Lazer’s Lean On (ft. MØ and DJ Snake) while Drake’s Jumpman took the honours in the United States. In Australia, as well as the rest of the world, the most popular day to listen to Spotify on PS4, PS3 and Xperia devices is Saturday. But Friday between 8 to 9 pm is the most popular hour for listening while gaming! Read More via The Music Network.

 

619ca6ad-c06d-45fc-8316-2d24e8d7844dApple Music on Course to Top 20M Subs this Year as it Flies Past 13M

Apple Music has gained 2 million subscribers since February, surpassing 13 million this month, according to the company. The latest figures put the Spotify rival on course to top 20m by the end of this year if it continues on its current impressive trajectory – adding a million subscribers per month.
The news was revealed in Apple’s latest earnings report covering its Q2 2016, released recently.

Apple Music gained a million subscribers in both January and February this year. Last we heard, from SVP Eddy Cue, the platform’s subscribers went above 11m two months ago. Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an earnings call yesterday: “Apple Music continues to grow in popularity, with over 13 million paying subscribers today.

“We feel really great about the early success of Apple’s first subscription business, and our music revenue has now hit an inflection point after many quarters of decline.” Read Full Article at Music Business Worldwide 

INTERNATIONAL & INDUSTRY NEWS

adbd199d-3273-4240-ac45-c971dfccb430Alison Wenham Leaving Aim to Focus on Global Role at WIN

Alison Wenham, champion of independent labels, is stepping aside as Chair/CEO of the UK’s Association of Independent Music (AIM) – to take on a new, global role at Worldwide Independent Network (WIN).

Until now WIN, which represents the interests of the global independent music community worldwide, had not been allocated its own infrastructure or resources – but was administered by AIM as an informal umbrella organisation. WIN will now launch as a standalone trade association once a new Chief Executive has been found for AIM, and will be headquartered in London. Alison Wenham will become Chief Executive of WIN.

Wenham has been boss of AIM since it was launched in 1999 by a number of independent labels keen for the Independent community to have its own representation and voice in the industry. Alison Wenham said, “As the music marketplace becomes ever more global it is time for the worldwide independent music community to focus its collective attention on the big issues affecting all of us… Read on at Music Business Worldwide

 

b7bd4b28-7c22-44a4-a48b-655b75a0e36256964182-825b-4fa3-a0a9-2617897dd555Are you planning to attend either BIGSOUND or WOMEX this year? If so, here’s some news in advance – from this coming Monday, the NZ Music Commission will be opening up applications for assistance to attend either or these conferences, via thier Outward Sound Delegate Grants programme. You will have approximately four weeks in which to apply.
Since July 2013 Outward Sound have offered Targeted Tradeshow grants to support NZ managers, labels and musicians at selected and targeted trade events of which BIGSOUND and WOMEX are two.
Outward Sound offers successful applicants 50% recoupable support up to a tradeshow specific value. Recoupable costs are limited to airfares, delegate registration, accommodation and per diems. The grants will be offered outside of the established Outward Sound quarterly grant rounds. For more detailed information, head to: www.nzmusic.org.nz/international
WOMEX 2016 – visit www.womex.com
BIGSOUND 2016 – visit Qmusic.com.au
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Entries open for the 2016 APRA Silver Scroll Awards
Music reflects the world we live in. Songs tell the stories of our common experiences, showing us the ways that we are the same, and sometimes encouraging us to view the world a little differently – inviting us to view the world through someone else’s eyes. The APRA Silver Scroll Awards honour the craft of writing songs, and the people that write them.
Entries are now open for the 2016 APRA Silver Scroll Awards, including entries for:
·         APRA Silver Scroll Award – for contemporary popular music
·         APRA Maioha Award – celebrating outstanding songwriting in te reo Māori
·         SOUNZ Contemporary Award – recognising inspired contemporary composition
·         APRA Best Original Music in a Feature Film
·         APRA Best Original Music in a SeriesEntries for all awards close at 5pm on Monday 6th June.
For more information, including entry forms and terms and conditions visit the APRA AMCOS website: www.apraamcos.co.nz

1697fd0f-9b77-488c-821d-269b411e0cb8NZ Music Month 2016 Is Rolling Along!

NZ Music Month is officially underway – New Zealand’s annual celebration of homegrown music and the people who make it has already seen a huge amount of activity in our venues, schools, libraries, parks, on our screens and on our stereos. With over 800 events around the country listed on the gig guides already, this year’s celebrations are busier than ever.  And back by popular demand, NZ Music Month t-shirts are available at the nzmusicmonth.co.nz website.

NZ Music Month Manager Simon Woods says “NZ Music Month is a time when we shine a light on those amazingly talented music makers and the music they create. Kiwi musicians here and abroad contribute so much to our culture and speak to us through their art about what it is to be a New Zealander. This May you will find local music throughout the country, in venues, clubs, community spaces and coming out of our music playing speakers.”

NZ Music Commission Chief Executive Cath Andersen said “New Zealand music continues to excel locally and internationally. Once again we can celebrate the musical talent that New Zealand has to offer. We hope that music fans all across New Zealand get out to support their local musicians this May.”

Coming up, the NZ Symphony Orchestra presents Aotearoa Plus with Bramwell Tovey leading the NZSO with the world premiere of his orchestral suite, “Time Tracks” in both Auckland, 6th May, and Wellington, 7th May. Elsewhere, Pass The Gat are at SIT Centrestage in Invercargill on May 7th with the Topp Twins & the APO performing at the Auckland Town Hall on May 14th. Also on May 14th Ladi6 & guests make their way south to perform at the Lake Wanaka Centre while Tahuna Breaks play their final show ever at The Studio in Auckland.
Other NZ musicians on tour during May include The Jordan Luck BandDoprahYumi Zouma and Soccer Practise, James Reid, Avalanche City, Gray Bartlett, Into The East, Rootz KonektDrax Project. 
Also check out the Rialto Channel (TV) – Thirteenth Floor Sessions, featuring intimate studio performances by an amazing selection of local artists every evening throughout month; while Seen and Heard, an art exhibition featuring art works made by musicians are on show at Depot in Devonport until May 18th.
For a full run down of events, updates, links and info about everything on offer this May, use the following:
NZMusicMonth.co.nz
Facebook.com/NZMusicMonth
@NZMusicMonth (Instagram & Twitter)

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Making Tracks Funding Decisions 2016 

Armed In Advance Same Old Story Video only
Asti-Loren Psychedelic Rose Recording & video
B O K E H Forget The Rules Recording & video
Chores Telling Lies Recording & video
Drax Project Seemed Like Trouble Video only
Ezra Vine Say My Name Recording & video
Fazerdaze Lucky Girl Recording & video
Fraser Ross In The Rain Recording & video
Grayson Gilmour One Hundred Waters Recording & video
Hollie Smith Water Or Gold Video only
Lake South Renters Recording & video
Lord Echo ft. Mara TK Do U Recording & video
Maala Kind Of Love Recording & video
MIU Roam Recording & video
Nakita Second Chances Recording & video
Noah Slee Rampant Wild Free Video only
Openside Letting It Out Video only
Ryan Enzed ft. Helen Corry She Said Recording & video
Shakes Strange Tides Recording & video
Sons Of Zion Hungover Video only
Streets Of Laredo 99.90% Recording & video
Thomas Oliver Shine Like The Sun Recording & video
Unknown Mortal Orchestra First World Problems Recording & video
YOUNG TAPZ Didn’t Know Recording & video

 

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The official NZ Music Month Summit 2016 – Understanding The Music Industry

The NZ Music Managers Forum and the NZ Music Commission with support from Recorded Music NZ, APRA AMCOS and NZ On Air, are proud to announce the return of the Official Music Month Summit on Saturday May 28th.
This year’s Music Month Summit delves deeper into the Music Industry and throws the spotlight on management, labels, touring, radio and royalties.
The Summit is a free day of seminars where attendees will be broken up into 5 groups and rotated through each 40 minute session. The Summit is open to all, but spaces are limited – please RSVP to rsvp@nzmusic.org.nz to secure your place. Read Full Article Here.

 

45450351-bb11-4753-992b-fb12971504eaFinalists announced for the Vodafone Pacific Music Awards

The range of faces from the familiar to the brand new which have made the finals of the Vodafone Pacific Music Awards attests to a Pacific Music industry which has never been in better health. Dominated by new artists last year, the annual event has seen a resurgence of established talent in 2016, showing that Pacific music is alive and well and more popular than ever.

With 18 finalists in line for wins in the 11 categories, artists Annie Grace, Te Vaka and Vince Harder lead the pack with four finals nods apiece. Included in Annie’s tally is the coveted ‘Best Pacific Female Artist’, while Vince Harder has among his the ‘Best Pacific Male Artist’ award. Te Vaka’s four includes one for ‘Best Pacific Group’. The Awards also introduce, for the first time this year, the Best Producer category sponsored by MAINZ.

Vodafone Pacific Music Awards Trust spokesperson Rev. Mua Strickson-Pua notes the artists leading the finals list are recognised luminaries in the industry, but adds they are joined by a surge of new talent. Read Full Article Here.

 

e1da314a-a25c-40cb-bd3e-0eb82f5d7b5c“YouTube pays more than nothing. That doesn’t make it fair” – Nelly Furtado

From Music Business Worldwide: While YouTube swats away major label criticism, anger amongst the artist community over royalties paid out by the Google-owned video giant is steadily getting louder.

Last month, the likes of Katy Perry, Deadmau5, Fifth Harmony, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Garth Brooks, Jon Bon Jovi, Lionel Richie, Steven Tyler, Rod Stewart, Pete Townshend and Elvis Costello all signed a petition to reform DMCA laws in the US, commenting that the current legislation “threatens the continued viability of songwriters and recording artists to survive from the creation of music”.

 

Now both Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx have added their names to this growing artist protest movement – targeting ‘safe harbour’ legal loopholes.

Which begs the question: Who’ll be next?

Answer: Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado – ‘YouTube pays more than nothing. That doesn’t make it fair’ – read her posting via The Guardian.com

And uncharacteristically YouTube have recently responded, with Christophe Muller is head of YouTube international music partnerships posting in TheGuardian.com

NEW RELEASE FANFARE

7ce8a01a-af66-44a3-a548-41e9f11a62ddRoger Shepherd’s “In Love With These Times” Released June 2016

Flying Nun king prawn, Roger Shepherd is set to release his first book next month – a collection of memoirs reaching back to the early days of the Flying Nun label, that fertile feast of kiwi ingenuity, dreamt up in the back rooms of a Christchurch record shop in the early ’80s.

“I wanted to be more than just an observer. I wanted to be a part of what was going on. I had told someone and the word was out, and now I had to actually do this thing. Start a record label. I must have been drunk.” he explains.

Was he? Who is Wendy Broccoli? How much did ABBA influence the Dunedin Sound? Which city did it come from? These are just some of the questions we hope he tackles. Regardless, it is sure to be a rollicking good read – In Love With These Times, for release early June and pre-orders are available here.

bafab8c5-95a6-4afa-8ee0-0bf9f3e0225aJESSE WILDE & THE DRIVE – GHOST TOWN ROAD

Jesse Wilde and The Drive are pleased to announce the release of their debut e.p., an homage of sorts to the faded allure of Route 66 and to Wilde’s American musical influences. Ghost Town Road is available for purchase via iTunes and all good digital service providers with physical copies available from Wilde’s website and from their live shows.

 

acced16a-6741-4c65-ae95-33eefe5950b4PLAY ON – BOOSTED CAMPAIGN TWO WEEKS REMAINING

Two weeks are left for the BOOSTED Campaign to continue on the magic that was PLAY ON. The campaign will help with the professional recording of the music from the world first show, 400 years after the death of William Shakespeare.

On Sunday April 3rd, PLAY ON took the stage for a one-off show at Auckland’s Pop-up Globe Theatre. The sold-out show was nothing short of magical, and presented 14 of Shakespeare’s most well-loved soliloquies as songs, with a world-class local cast for the first time ever.

This one-of-a-kind project is truly a gift to the arts, and donations will help keep the magic alive. The campaign finishes on Tuesday May 17, and you can check out the BOOSTED campaign HERE.

 

ON THE LOVE FRONT
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Pacific Music Stars to Perform In Cyclone Relief Concert for Fiji
Hawaii-based music legend George “Fiji” Veikoso will team up with local R&B sensation, Aaradhna, and other well known artists to perform a fundraising concert for his cyclone stricken home country of Fiji.
The concert is being promoted by Danny “Brotha D” Leaosavaii of Dawn Raid Entertainment, organiser of the successful I Love Samoa Tsunami Relief concert at Vector Arena in Auckland which raised over $400,000 for Samoa in 2009.
“When disaster strikes in the Pacific we all want to help because we’re all connected by the Pacific ocean, and some of these stars like George Fiji Veikoso and Aaradhna have family connections in Fiji, so it’s a chance for them to use their talents to give back to the people,” Danny says.
Fijian community leader and Chairman of the Viti Weligitoni Community Association, Ratu Varani Komaisavai, says “our community is very grateful to have so many well known Pacific music stars supporting this worthy cause to help rebuild Fiji”. Tickets are available via Ticketek.
48b66047-3a53-40c2-a56b-029cd0de6d99Estère to venture on a debut tour of Africa this May
In a series of festival appearances and headline shows, Wellington-based, multi-talented singer/songwriter/producer Estère is embarking on an exciting debut tour of Africa. The tour will see Estère representing New Zealand this May at Azgo Festival in Mozambique, Zakifo Festival in South Africa, and MTN Bushfire in Swaziland. But there’s far more to these performances than representing New Zealand; having been named after her grandmother from Cameroon, Estère’s cultural identity is deeply rooted in Africa.
This tour is Estère’s first opportunity to connect with aspects of her cultural and familial history. It will also offer her an exciting chance to be immersed in a variety of African cultures, where she will have the opportunity to explore and grow her art and performance.
Immediately following the Africa tour, Estère will be relocating to Europe for three months over which time she will be making appearances at festivals and touring the UK and Europe (dates to be announced).
Estère’s Africa Tour Dates:
21 May: Azgo Festival, Maputo – Mozambique
22 May: Headline Show, Núcleo de Arte, Maputo – Mozambique
26 May: Headline Show, Good Luck Bar, Johannesburg – South Africa
27 May: Zakifo Festival, Durban – South Africa
28 May: Bushfire Festival, Malkerns – Swaziland
(supplied via IMNZ member, Aston Road – www.astonroad.com)
b414a24f-14f4-42f2-8e3c-956e0504b747Backyard Music and Songbroker present : Li’l Chuck The One Man Skiffle Machine – live in Auckland for the very first time! 
Li’l Chuck The One Man Skiffle Machine is an authentic one man band performing ‘good time music with old time style’. Blessed with the ability to handle multiple instruments at a time, he is the master of coordination: blowin’, suckin’ and pluckin’ simultaneously! He cranks out the harmonica, resonator guitar, kick drum, hi hat, kazoo and vocals to give the audience a rollicking good time.
Li’l Chuck’s 2015 album Blues In Full Swing has been met with high praise in NZ and abroad.
Now Aucklanders have a chance to witness Li’l Chuck telling his stories and singing his songs in the intimate setting of The Wine Cellar on June 18th at 8.30pm with support TBC.
Seeing is believing – he aims to prove that men can indeed, multitask…“Addictively intoxicating”Sunday Star Times
“Wherever you drop the needle you are guaranteed to have a good time” Blues Matters Magazine (UK)
“Five Stars” New Zealand Musician Magazine
Tickets are $10 and available now from undertheradar.co.nz.
(supplied via IMNZ member Backyard Music / Aeroplane Music Services)


c441ad29-a853-4ada-aec2-2e8b021c9491Trinity Roots Announce ‘This Road’ Tour 
Trinity Roots last outing was a year ago with almost 15 sold out shows from Invercargill in the South to Leigh in the North. June 2016, the inimitable three piece are set to deliver their latest album ‘Citizen’ to main centres of New Zealand and a five date double coast charge on Australia.
New Zealand:
9 June Tuning Fork, Auckland
10 June The Ferry Ale House, Christchurch
11 June San Fran, Wellington
Tickets available from Ticketmaster for Auckland
and Dash Tickets for Christchurch & Wellington
Australia:
17 June Settlers Tavern, Margaret River
18 June Charles Hotel, North Perth
19 June Mojos, Fremantle
23 June Newtown Social Club, Sydney
24 June Northcote Social Club, Melbourne
Check website for ticketing details: www.trinityroots.co.nz
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New IMNZ Member Craig Adams on Tour

Craig Adams is hitting the road to celebrate the release of his latest album ‘YESTERDAYS TODAY’. If you are a fan of classic country tunes, packed with nostalgia and vintage and wrapped in today’s production sounds, then this is the album for you! Visit www.craigadams.co.nz for more info, and catch Craig on tour:
21st May – Porirua Club
22nd May – Levin Cassie Club
27th May – The White House, Gisborne
28th May – Cactus Jacks, Waipawa

Top 10 IMNZ Singles – Week To Thursday, 28 April 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 4 Free Broods DrydenStreet
2 2 106 Bridges Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
3 3 24 10 Feet Tall Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM
4 4 34 Wandering Eye Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
5 6 60 Mother & Father Broods DrydenStreet plat x1
6 8 41 Four Walls Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
7 7 45 Slings And Arrows Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM gold x1
8 9 14 Sippin’ Yak Dan Aux feat. Kings DanAux/Rhythm/DRM
9 5 9 Love Will Call Nomad Nomad/DRM
10 63 Runnin’ David Dallas Dirty/FMG plat x1

 

Top 20 IMNZ Albums – Week To Thursday, 28 April 2016

This Week Last Week Weeks In Title Artist Label/Dist Cert
1 1 4 Songs For Bubbas 2 Anika Moa Diamond&Kowhai/Rhythm/DRM
2 1 The Death Of All Things Beastwars Destroy
3 3 125 Songs For Bubbas 1 Anika Moa Bubbs/Rhythm/DRM
4 6 6 Private Conversations Gray Bartlett GrayBartlett/Ode/DRM
5 2 7 Harmony House Dave Dobbyn RedTrolley/Border/DRM
6 5 31 Drylands Mel Parsons CapeRoad/Border/DRM
7 8 88 Evergreen Broods DrydenStreet gold x1
8 7 27 Bays Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM gold x1
9 11 2 Howl And Whisper Tom Cunliffe TomCunliffe/Southbound
10 3 Hauora Street Chant FlyingNun/FlyingOut
11 12 94 We Rise Devilskin Devilskin/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
12 13 3 Hunt For The Wilderpeople OST Moniker MajesticalPictures/DRM
13 18 4 Particle And Wave Avoid! Avoid FlyingNun/FlyingOut
14 16 339 Based On A True Story Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x9
15 140 Blackbird Fat Freddy’s Drop TheDrop/Rhythm/DRM plat x1
16 4 2 Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! 10th Anniversary Edition The Mint Chicks FlyingNun/FlyingOut
17 2 I May No Perf The Jason McIver Collective SouthernCollective/DRM
18 20 2 At Swim 2 Birds Peter Jefferies And Jono Lonie FlyingNun/FlyingOut
19 19 2 Zen Mantra Zen Mantra FlyingNun/FlyingOut
20 36 Red Grey Blue Mel Parsons CapeRoad/Border/DRM