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In the six years since their inception, Skegss (singer/guitarist Ben Reed, bassist/guitarist/vocalist Toby Cregan, and drummer Jonny Lani) emerged from their laid-back, Australian small town roots as unlikely anti-heroes of the country’s vibrant rock scene. Their riotous releases have sparked circle pits and stage dives all over—from dingy pubs and skate parks, to 20K capacity festival stages—and led the three lads on countless world tours. They’ve even topped the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) singles charts numerous times and, more recently, their debut LP My Own Mess reached number two on the album charts and earned an ARIA Award nomination for ‘Best Rock Album.’ Australia's coastal sensation never lost their underdog flair despite their achievements, and it's that same spirit that defines their second studio album, Rehearsal—a 13-track thrill ride through modern disillusioned youth.

Released late March 2021 via Loma Vista Recordings Rehearsal debuted at #1 on Australia’s ARIA Album and Vinyl sales chart with first week sales and was the triple j feature record. In addition- Rehearsal earned the trio of Toby, Ben Reed (vocals, guitar), and Jonny Lani (drums) their first cover story at NME Australia, while its singles collectively earned early praise and support from Consequence, DIY, Rolling Stone Australia ('Song You Need to Know') and had 2 tracks place in the triple j Hottest 100 voted singles of the year. ('Under the Thunder' (#27) and 'Fantasising' (#66))

Rehearsal was recorded at The Grove Studios with Grammy-award winning producer Catherine Marks (Foals, Wolf Alice), who added a veteran's finesse and expanded upon the rustic charm of demos the band tracked at The Music Farm using vintage gear from the ‘60s and ‘70s. From Reed's self-made lyrical philosophies inspired by his favourite stand-up comedians to Toby Cregan's reflections on life and his dog, Rehearsal is the most candid and electrifying snapshot we've seen of Skegss yet.


While being relatively young for the Drum and Bass scene, Andromedik, born in 1998 from Belgium has already made an imprint in the scene. A musician who distinctly distances himself from a lot of producers with an almost ‘festival’ sound design, while having classical/jazz training for over 10 years. It’s clear why Andromedik is supported by the biggest names in the scene such as Netsky, Sub Focus, Delta Heavy , Jauz and more.

With a lot of releases under his belt and having worked with other talented musicians such as Ayah Marar, it only seems logical Andromedik has over ¼ million monthly listeners on Spotify and this may also be the reason you can hear Andromedik songs playing on national Belgium radio a couple of times a week. This all led to his nomination for the 'World's Best

Newcomer’ in 2019 by the Drum and bass Arena Awards. Andromedik is destined to be a headliner, the energy he puts out with his music is the same on stage. A versatile producer who is not afraid to shake up crowds with wild edits, bootlegs and overall, a musical take on the genre.


AROHA is notably acclaimed for her club-ready set lists that evoke the crowds before her. Navigating a sure-fire trim of the most unique, energetic and driving musical attire across house and techno with hues of breakbeat, electro, footwork, future garage, jungle and UK bass - truly aligning with her studio signature.

Fusing a sheer devotion for music that moves people in every way and creating her own lane, AROHA has welcomed prodigious highs in her career with many headliner shows, festival spots (both as a solo artist and half of duo Aroha & Tali, with award winning MC Tali) and she has opened parties for the likes of Disclosure, Ben UFO and Kaytranada, as well as being voted as New Zealand’s Best Club DJ.

AROHA’s debut ‘No More Jenga’ EP and the remixes, including remakes by rising Melbourne house and techno export Luke Alessi, liquid drum & bass royalty Tokyo Prose and NZ afro acid duo Kédu Carlö received support worldwide from artists RÜFÜS DU SOL, Eelke Kleijn, Doc Scott, Dillinja and Yolanda Be Cool.

She’s been busy in 2022 releasing a remix of Kédu Carlö’s “10ft Tall” plus original tracks "Escape to Eora Country (Under a Blood Flower Moon)" on Glasgow label Sounds of Lava Lava and “Pūrerehua” on Melbourne/London label Phenomena. With recent performances at Australian festivals including Let Them Eat Cake, WOMADelaide and Gaytimes, and a stacked Aus/NZ Winter 2022 Tour; Aroha certainly has her name carved.


Hailing from the deeply rooted backlands of Blenheim New Zealand, Auckland based Daily J have constructed their own unique sound, offering blissful blends of warm swirling melodies, dynamic basslines and a subtle pop electronica influence that leaves you feeling swooned.

After releasing their EP 'The Other Side' along with crowd favorites ‘Space' and ‘Left Me Like Summer’ the boys from the south were proud to release their debut album ‘Venus Ate Mars’ in November of 2020.

With over 24M streams across digital platforms and 500k monthly listeners on Spotify, Daily J have played sold out shows and festivals across NZ including two headline tours.

The band are currently working on plans for a big summer of 2022/23. With new music on the way and a very anticipated run of 6 headline shows throughout Australia in October, there is a lot for Daily J fans to get excited about on the horizon.


Elipsa is the fresh voice from New Zealand’s drum and bass scene. Since 2020 she’s put putting out bangers with some of the biggest in the game, as well producing her own liquid DnB tunes.

2022 sees a new era for Elipsa as she performs her solo DJ/live vocal show at major festivals around NZ and refines her lush, deep sound. She's currently working on her debut EP for release later in the year.


Pirapus, also known as George Murray and Ben Hollamby (aka Tex), is a stadium drum and bass duo from Christchurch, New Zealand. George and Tex’s musical backgrounds range from hip-hop to classical music, but it was their obsession with drum and bass which brought them together during university. Now, Pirapus’ various musical influences translate to their diverse catalogue of dnb music, making their DJ sets entertaining and loaded with energy.

After a huge run of summer festivals, they hit the ground running in 2021, releasing their anthem “Need you now” featuring Christina Harrison on Dark Machine Records which has now racked up more than 200,000 plays on spotify. This was followed up by a second release on Dark Machine Records “Eclipse” which showed the darker, heavier side of Pirapus production, a track which tore up dance floors around the world. Their production has gained praise both nationally and globally from Netsky, Koven, Lee Mvtthews and The Upbeats to name a few.

With more summer releases and another run of New Zealand’s biggest festivals on the way. It’s safe to say Pirapus are only just beginning their exciting journey in the world of drum and bass.


A Christchurch based vocalist, DJ and MC, PONZ is making waves in New Zealand Drum and Bass.

Since debuting into the scene in late 2020, PONZ has been working with drum and bass artists all over New Zealand. Most recently, she has released 'Stay With Me' with REPAIR and Ben Shaw, featuring on UKF.

In the midst of song releases, PONZ got behind the decks for the first time in June 2021, and has since played major New Zealand festivals as well as supported international artists Dimension, Camo & Krooked, Mollie Collins, Benny L and more. In 2021/22 she played New Years festivals Rolling Meadows and the electronic Baydreams replacement shows featuring Netsky, Hybrid Minds, Montell2099, Friction, Holy Goof, Koven and more. She has featured on festival lineups in 2022/23 such as Mardi Gras, Snow & Bass, Bay Dreams and Plane Sailing. Her unique combination of live vocals and DJing, as well as her friendly down to earth nature, are taking PONZ from one success to another.

This is just the beginning for PONZ, so look out for big things coming from her in 2022.


SAMMIE has made her mark on the New Zealand dance music scene with her unique sound and original music. Her dark take on Electronic Music has earned her a spot at a number of prestigious New Zealand festivals including Rhythm & Vines, Hidden Valley and Northern Bass. SAMMIE has travelled to perform a number of international gigs in Bali, Rarotonga, Fiji and The Maldives and has earned herself a residency on New Zealand’s favourite dance music radio station George FM.

When she’s not grooving behind the DJ booth, you can find SAMMIE producing and singing vocals on her own original music. SAMMIE’s first original record was released in 2019. Since then she has built herself a discography including a 2 track EP and her most recent release on NZ dance music label Glass Half Full. Taking inspiration from 90’s House music and R&B, SAMMIE’s unique take on electronic music has seen her records make it onto Spotify editorial playlist and rotation on dance music radio station, George FM. SAMMIE’s unique sound has seen her play support for international touring artists such as Chris Lorenzo, AC Slater, Dr Fresch and Plump DJs.

Known for her seamless fusions of genres from underground house to techno & breakbeat, SAMMIE will take you on a musical journey through all realms of electronic music.


Hailing from Auckland, NZ. Sly Chaos is a Drum & bass duo with Conor Till & Michael Enderby.

The two have started to make quite the name for themselves, quickly rising through the ranks. They have had the opportunity to play alongside some of the biggest names in drum and bass and they have worked with a huge number of promoters around New Zealand, building up quite an impressive resume. They’ve supported some of the biggest artist in the game such as Andy C, Friction, Pendulum, Wilkinson, The Upbeats, AMC, Black Sun Empire and Hybrid Minds-just to name a few.

After tearing up the cellar stage at Rhythm & Vines, the lads have kept the plates spinning straight into 2019.They recently dived head first into the world of promoting, starting with some of the biggest in the game (Friction, Kanine & K Motionz)

Fast forward a few months and the boys have landed themselves two weekly residency shows on New Zealand's biggest electronic music station-George FM every Wednesday and Friday.

After the recent 2020 New Years run, the boys smashed out 6 Main festivals in NZ including the Jungle Stage at Northern Bass and headlined the Heineken Stage at RNV. Plus they opened for Friction, Subfocus and Dimension at a sold out 7000 person warehouse show, the biggest one in NZ history to date

It’ 2022 and the lads are showing no signs of slowing down. Since releasing their debut track 22 months ago, they’ve dropped 15 tunes with 7 of them being in the NZ top 20 charts. They also have countless tracks and collaborations in the works, multiple tours on the way and have plans to cross over the ditch mid year! Let’s just say this year will be their biggest yet.


TETO is the DJ alias of 25-year-old Claudia Riley. Having just moved out of home at the age of 18, she decided to pick up DJing to further indulge her passion for music, not quite realising where it would take her. Little did she know, her life was about to take off on a very different path the moment she got her first ever club set at Cassette Nine’s ‘The Wall’ back in 2016.

TETO spent her formative years as a regular in the downtown club circuit, exploring an array of styles within house music, eventually finding her stride in tech house. She held down a residency for 2 years at one of Auckland’s top nightclubs and frequented events around the city.

She then caught the attention of George FM who then offered her a resident spot on the George FM Nights roster in 2017.

She has now played festivals all across the country such as Rhythm & Vines, Hidden Valley, That Weekend and Baseline, as well as support slots for international acts such as Solardo, Claptone, Motez, Set Mo, Confidence Man + many more.

TETO’s technical prowess is not to be missed. Intricate changes and flawless mixes have attributed to her rise as one of Auckland’s most in demand DJs.

Recently she’s also expanded into the production realm, most notably taking on a remix of Willy Mav and Elipsa’s ‘Without You’ which was released through Lunchbox Records, as well as releasing her debut original track ‘Overdrive’ in 2021.


Antz always loves to push the boundaries between house and techno. Venturing out of the West Coast mountains to the big city, she came into the scene as a bold 18 year old with a love for making a crowd move. She has explored a range of genres including disco, house and techno. Since then she has become part of the Notion Touring family and has her own ongoing show on Wellington Mouthful radio. She has played alongside artists such as Little Fritter, Rebuke, Harvey Mckay, Frank Booker and Skin on Skin.


Indie pop artist BEXY has been surrounded by music since childhood thanks to her parents. She eventually taught herself guitar and piano, which lead to writing her own songs.

Bexy's sultry voice, mixed with vulnerable, real lyrics, combined with some seriously good production, you're bound to fall in love with her.


One of the next wave of young wāhine DJs making a splash in the scene, Button B (aka Bethan Madoc) has been steadily racking up appearances in the 2 years since taking up mixing. From local artist gigs and online radio, to international support for the likes of Artificial Intelligence, Dimension, Culture Shock and Danny Byrd, she has showcased her skills in a wide variety of settings, including Rolling Meadows - Canterbury’s first major New Years festival.

With inspiration coming from the likes of The Caracal Project, Amoss, Bladerunner and High Contrast, Button B brings an eclectic blend of subgenres, from 140 bpm to all the flavours of Drum & Bass. Expect her high-energy, evolving sets to feature earth-shaking jungle, techy minimalism, forward-looking neuro, and everything in between, all delivered with an expertise beyond her years.


It wouldn’t be TEA PARTY without the man, the myth, the legend - DJ SPINAL. He has been a staple over the past few years, throwing down bangers old and new to keep the students happy. Make sure you get your tickets to see this man in the flesh!


New to the scene, Real Estate represents the house music market. The music she leases to your ears is a selection of tribal, disco, tech and deep house music.

Like most artists, her passion for music came from an early introduction. Growing up with the sounds of early French House DJs like SuperDiscount and Bob Sinclar and various Jazz and African inspired artists such as Spearhead, Johnny Clegg and George Benson. This combo makes for an idiosyncratic sound that will keep you coming back.

While Real Estate is still early in her music career, her mixes so far combine boogie with bangers, and nothing makes her happier than seeing a crowd on their feet.


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