Tag: Concert Review

Concert Review: RL Grime, Baauer & Buddy Live In Auckland

I thought when I arrived right on time for the doors there would be more people waiting but there wasn’t. That’s when I knew this crowd would grow insanely by the time RL Grime came on. But those late arrivals missed out. Melodownz took the stage straight away with Ill Baz on the decks. On

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CONCERT REVIEW: 6LACK, BOOGIE & THEY

I arrived to The Powerstation not long before the first act was due to take the stage. I don’t seem to be able to pick crowds anymore. This crowd was quite mixed and definitely young. But they were packing in pretty early and I’m sure the international openers had something to do with it. First

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Concert Review: Listen In

I feel like there’s not too much you could write about Listen In. But let me describe the atmosphere for you, because THAT was something. Being an all ages crowd, it was going to be interesting from the start. The crowd started off pretty small at first. I would say the range seemed to go

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Concert Review: Jhene Aiko

Jhene Aiko finally graced our presence in Auckland last night, as part of her T R I P tour. Kicking off the night was local lady of soul, Ladi6. Due to scheduling conflicts I only caught the end of her set, but that was enough for me to grasp the experience I think. There wasn’t

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CONCERT REVIEW: Majid Jordan

As I arrived to The Powerstation there was a little queue that had formed just as the doors were opening. I noticed a handful of people rush to the barrier, clearly wanting to be at the front. DJ I.E. took the stage to get the crowd amped for Majid Jordan. Sadly if anything, he just

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Concert Review: Kendrick Lamar

We’ve had some pretty good shows in New Zealand during 2018, but after what I saw last night – Kendrick pushed everyone else to the side. Joining Kenny as support act was TDE artist SiR. Not going to lie, I didn’t know much about him. I rocked up just before SiR hit the stage and

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Concert Review: Miguel

I was lucky to see Miguel open for Bruno Mars a few years ago but I did not know what to expect from a solo headline show. The show sold out rather early and the demand for tickets was so high that there was clearly something I did not know about him. The venue was

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