Lawrence Arabia releases his new video for ‘A Lake’
Entirely made by Milne and his partner Anns Taylor. Filmed out at Riverhead (the “much loved forest of trail runners and magic mushroom hunters”), the video follows Milne through his morning preparations (coffee, baked beans, a shave) before heading to the woods for a spooky group session of ritual magic
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 label, that fertile feast of kiwi ingenuity, dreamt up in the back rooms of a Christchurch record shop in the early '80s.
Princess Chelsea shares a "weirdass" music video for the track "Is It All OK?" - taken from the album The Great Cybernetic Depression, released earlier in 2015 on Flying Nun Records and Lil' Chief Records.
Street Chant have released their latest video for 'Insides' - which features the band living out their high life dreams in the less glamorous surrounds of suburban Auckland flats.
The video premiered over on Brooklyn Vegan, who wrote: there’s nary a dull moment in its 40-minute running time that swerves from punky rippers (including fantastic 2012 single “Sink,” the only oldie here) to janglier/scrappier fare that has more in common with New Zealand’s indie rock history.
In a post-internet era of short attention spans and jarring sonic changeability, the consistent tone and content of Auckland three-piece Street Chant is as refreshing as their songs are unsettling. Following a half-decade that’s seen them tour internationally in support of bands as acclaimed as The Lemonheads, The Dead Weather and The 3Ds, as well as multiple trips to SXSW, CMJ and Big Sound, the very-long- awaited release of second full-length Hauora on iconic New Zealand indie Flying Nun finds the band picking up where their lauded, New Zealand Music Award-winning debut Means (2010, Arch Hill) left off.