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Archive for April 2010


What to say…. A true legend passes, those lucky enough to make their St James gig (Jan 28, 2004 – seems like yesterday!), will remember it as a hip-hop highlight of a lifetime. The Militia, Above The Clouds, gem after gem after gem, Premo’s test of hip-hop sing along knowledge, Big Shug, those guys hanging [...]

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Component and TrustMe finally dealt to this doorway that had been waiting for something new for far too long. It’s our lament to those like us putting in mad hours just to get by, it’s a comment on the perceived ownership of public space by advertising, and it addresses the barriers in place designed to [...]

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This is a short Cut Collective documentary shot and edited by Allan Bitcheno. Music provided by Submariner.

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This is the extended and enhanced version of FROSTY MAN AND THE BMX KID which was written and directed by Tim McLachlan – one of the five finalists in the international YOUR BIG BREAK film-making competition run by Tourism New Zealand in conjunction with Barrie Osborne (The Matrix, The Lord of the Rings) and Peter [...]

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In a case of ‘if only’, Venezuela’s government directly ‘sponsors’ street art crews. Talk about investing in the arts.

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Me and my bro Sam share a radio slot on BaseFM with the so smooth Kirk James, rotating every week. It’s called Sunday Sounds and i’ve finally captured a show to put up for download. Unfortunately (in some ways anyway) it’s come off the mixer and not the desk so it’s sans DJ banter, links [...]

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A commercial job we have done recently for Fletcher Group. The artwork is displayed on the windows of a building on Fanshawe Street near Victoria Park.

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We know that  most walls in Ponsonby are a bit too precious for art. The shop owners are more likely to give up their walls for advertisements instead. So it is refreshing to see a local wall dedicated to art making. I managed to convince the Video Ezy Ponsonby owner to start an art project [...]

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