Tag: Powerstation

JUST ANNOUNCED: Scarlxrd Live In New Zealand

Scarlxrd is heading to New Zealand and will be playing Auckland’s Powerstation this December. Wednesday 5 December – Powerstation, Auckland. Live Nation Presale Friday 5th October at 12PM from HERE General Public Monday 8th October at 1PM from HERE. Advertisements

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Sons Of Zion Talk ‘Vantage Point’, Touring NZ & More

Kiwi boys Sons Of Zion have arrived back from touring USA and Australia. We caught up with Rio ahead of their nationwide tour of New Zealand. How would you describe your music? As I feel like people assume you’re reggae but there’s so many different elements to your music. Our music today is the most

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JUST ANNOUNCED: 6LACK, THEY & BOOGIE Live In New Zealand

Off the back of the huge announcement of his second record East Atlanta Love Letter, Frontier Touring and Illusive Presents are hyped to be bringing 6LACK back to New Zealand as part of his mammoth From East Atlanta, With Love world tour. Playing one show only at Auckland’s Powerstation, this will be 6LACK’s first ever

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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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Who is Slick Rick?

    Slick Rick, also known as Rick the Ruler and Ricky Dee is a critically acclaimed rapper who rose to fame with hits like ‘La Di Da Di’ and ‘Children’s Story’. As a child he had lost the vision in one eye and started wearing an eye-patch which eventually became his trademark. He met

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JUST ANNOUNCED: Majid Jordan Live In NZ

Best known for featuring on Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”, Toronto R&B duo MAJID JORDAN have announced they’ll bring their catchy, slick beats and serious swagger to the stages of Australia and New Zealand this July armed with their retro-futuristic album “The Space Between”.