Destinations: Imaginary Soundscapes From New Zealand

Published

January 13, 2020

The music of New Zealand has been influenced by blues, jazz, country, rock and roll and hip hop, with many of these genres given a unique New Zealand interpretation. Traditional Māori music, or Te Pūoro Māori is composed or performed by Māori, the native people of New Zealand, and includes a wide variety of folk music styles, often integrated with poetry and dance.

In addition to these traditions and musical heritage, since the 19th-century European colonisation of New Zealand, Māori musicians and performers have adopted and interpreted many of the imported Western musical styles. Contemporary rock and roll, soul, reggae and hip-hop all feature a variety of notable Māori performers.

Tracklist

  • Al Fraser

    Mirror of light

  • Project Mooncircle

    Gutter fonk

  • Black Boned Angel

    Eternal love

  • Candlesnuffer

    Bath him in paper

  • Chris Hazelwood

    International Smoker

  • Maori traditional song

    Tor-201

  • Dalubun

    Love song

  • Vibracathedral Orchestra

    Live at Total Inertia

  • Ashtray Navigations

    Ultifoam

  • Foldhead

    Fifty

  • Project Mooncircle

    Finest ego

  • The Clean

    Fish

  • The Dead C

    Waver

  • Fis&Rob Thorne

    Wooden lung

  • Maori traditional song

    He toa takitini - ha tohia atu koe - ki okoiki

  • Radio.Garden

    Some random FM recordings

  • Core of the Coalman

    It's time for fracking

  • Delire

    Idiot savant vs. The centre of effort

  • Fat Freddy's Drop

    Six-eight instrumental

  • David Franzke

    CC kid

  • Bruce Russell

    Against method

  • Al Fraser

    Being-non-being

  • Sandoz Lab Technician

    Adjusted

Contributed By

Miron Ghiu

Bucharest DJ, producer, sound designer, journalist, researcher and a vivid pasionate of technology and music.

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