A note from the CE


Cam Harland, Chief Executive

Tēna koe.

It is the end of the financial year and our first Matariki holiday has signalled the start of the new year, a chance to reflect on the past year and a time to plan for the year ahead. And there is much to both reflect on and plan for.

In terms of reflection, we have just completed the first funding round for the new financial year – and also the biggest – with over $10.4m earmarked for Factual projects, $17.8m for Scripted projects and a further $4.1m in place to support Public Interest Journalism. Our huge congratulations to all those who were successful this round (you can see more details below) – our only wish is that we could support more projects.

Looking back on the first half of 2022, we are very proud of the cross-agency initiative, Te Puna Kairangi, in collaboration with NZ Film Commission and Te Māngai Pāho. This year, we invested $4.8m from the NZ Media Fund to top up six projects that represented Aotearoa to international and local audiences.

We have also produced a refreshed, research-based Children’s content funding strategy that will direct how we reach and strengthen on-screen representation of our tamariki and rangatahi in future.

Mention must also be made of the huge amount of work that has taken place on the Public Interest Journalism Fund (PIJF) this past year. The audience impact of the fund has surpassed expectations. At last count, there have been more than 32 million page views of PIJF content and more than 25,000 pieces of content produced.

Two Music showcases in the past few months, put together by our wonderful Music team, have spotlighted up and coming new artists. In May, we joined with our friends at APRA AMCOS, Waiata Anthems, NZ Music Commission and Te Māngai Pāho to host a Waiata Reo Māori event that showcased waiata reo Māori songwriters and performers, and the big increase in bilingual music releases. It was a beautiful night and one we were immensely proud to be part of. Congratulations also goes to eight radio stations that were recently awarded for playing over 20% local music.

We have bid a fond farewell to Board member Helen Grattan, who gave us seven years of superb service, and welcomed onto our Board Andrew Shaw, who is well known in the television sector and will add an enormous depth of experience to our mahi.

Looking ahead, the appointment of our new Minister, the Hon. Willie Jackson, and the plans afoot for the new Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media entity (ANZPM) are reasons to be excited. We welcome the focus and investment in public media, and we are well-placed with our flexible funding model to adapt to change. We look forward to working closely with the Minister and the Ministry for Culture and Heritage to continue to innovate and engage with audiences on an ever-increasing range of platforms.

Finally, it was wonderful to attend the recent Big Screen Symposium. This was a great opportunity to meet (in an actual face-to-face event, finally!) with members of the wider screen community and talk about the challenges and opportunities ahead for our sector. What excited me most, was the positivity and the clear breadth of talent that sits within our industry.

We have no shortage of wonderful projects that are pitched to us through our various funds. As I said at the BSS, we applaud you for we have nothing to fund without your talent. I, for one, look forward with a sense of great optimism.

Kia pai tō rā


Screen Production Recovery Fund

Due to high volume, Screen Production Recovery applications are currently taking between 4-6 weeks to process.

If you have any queries please contact abbi@nzonair.govt.nz

NZ Media Fund update

The July round was our first funding round of the new financial year, and was focused on applications to our Scripted, Factual, and Platform streams of the NZ Media Fund, and the Industry Development Fund (IDF).

In total we received 138 applications seeking $76.8m. We are pleased to support the funding of 78 Scripted, Factual, Platform and IDF applications for up to $42.7m. In addition, operational funding of $42.6m for RNZ was confirmed.

We also received 39 applications to the Public Interest Journalism Fund, asking for more than $11m from a total pool of $5m available in the fourth round. A panel including independent industry assessors recommended 15 applications for funding.

The full details of all funding decisions are at the end of this newsletter. You can also use the funding decisions search on our website.

Raised By Refugees

Raised By Refugees, Kevin & Co


Local audiences have plenty to look forward to with two new prime time dramas, a new comedy panel show and two crowd favourites all greenlit in our latest Scripted funding round.

New drama series include The Bishop, for TVNZ 2, and Dry Creek, for Three.

Also screening on Three is new original panel comedy series Guy Montgomery's Guy-Mont Spelling Bee, alongside returning crowd favourite 7 Days.

Pax Assadi's semi-autobiographical comedy series Raised By Refugees will also return for a second season on Prime TV.

Read more about the projects in our media release here.

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Down For Love, Attitude Pictures


The results of our latest Factual funding round are in - with just under $10.4m going towards the production of content that sheds a light on important social issues in Aotearoa.

From a new series delving into the realities of living with dementia, to a podcast provoking honest conversations with young people around sex and love, plenty of crucial kōrero is sure to be sparked by these latest funded projects.

Also on the way, Country Calendar 2023, Down For Love 2, Match Fit 3, The Side Eye 4, Untold Pacific History 2 and more.

Read more about the projects in our media release here.

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Public Interest Journalism

Supporting a pipeline of cadets for workplace training within Aotearoa newsrooms is just one focus of our latest round of Public Interest Journalism (PIJF) funding.

In this fourth funding round, NZ On Air received a total of 39 applications from 30 different media organisations, with a combined total of just over $4.1m distributed.

Within the round are six successful applications for Role-based funding, six applications for Project funding and three successful media applying for funding of cadetships and Industry Development Funding.

Read more about the projects in our media release here.


This round included our first New Music Project round for 2022/23.

We have supported eight projects. Project grants are for multi-single release campaigns including subsidy for recording, video content and promotions and marketing campaigns for the releases.

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Music update


Aldous Harding, Warm Chris

2021/22 Music funding wrap

We have completed our financial year (July 2021 – June 2022) - our final year of additional Music funds from the Arts Recovery Package.

With these additional funds boosting the overall funds available, we were able to invest in local music content in the last 12 months including:

  • 188 x New Music Single grants (up to $10,000 to record and promote a single release)
  • 46 x New Music Project grants (up to $40,000 to record and promote a multi-single release)
  • 69 x New Music Development grants (up to $6,000 to create new demos from emerging artists collaborating with experienced producers/songwriters)
  • 13 x Waiata Takitahi grants (a co-fund with Te Māngai Pāho investing up to $14,000 to record and promote a single release incorporating at least 25% te reo Māori)
  • 41 x New Music Pasifika grants (up to $10,000 to record and promote a single release from Pasifika artists)
  • 29 x New Music Kids grants (up to $10,000 to record and promote a single or multi-single release from children’s music artists)
  • 17 x Music Feature grants (various amounts to create content for local platforms promoting new local music releases)
Airplay Awards

Representatives of the NZ On Air radio airplay awards at a recent NZ On Air showcase

NZ On Air radio airplay awards

Recently four nationwide radio networks received NZ On Air awards for reaching the voluntary 20 percent Aotearoa music airplay threshold in 2021.

The stations are ZM (28.29%), Mai FM (24.1%), The Edge (20.79%) and George FM (28.6%). Also, four regional stations were awarded for achieving the 20 percent threshold – NiuFM (69.2%), PulzarFM (35.46%) in Christchurch, and Whakatane-based Q97 (23.16%) and Bayrock FM (35%).

The data gathered for the awards relates to airplay on commercial radio only and doesn’t include music played on public, student and iwi radio – which all have legislated benchmarks that commercial stations do not. Their data is tracked separately and also shows exceptional local content airplay results.

Also there has also been a steady increase in waiata reo Māori played on commercial radio. Airplay data received from Radioscope/Recorded Music NZ shows an unprecedented increase in waiata reo Māori in 2021, with substantial play during peak times on some of the biggest radio networks.

The Panthers

Diggy Dupé, choicevaughan

Pacific Music Awards 2022 finalists announced

The Pacific Music Awards will be held at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau on Thursday 4th August. For 2022, the Pacific Music Awards will be celebrating Pacific music through connection, collaboration and community.

The award category finalists were announced recently at 312 Hub in Otara, Auckland. Across 13 categories there are 26 finalists including: Tomorrow People, Kings, SWIDT, Team Dynamite, Poetik and Shepherds Reign. The team behind the Panthers OST (Diggy Dupé, choicevaughan and P.Smith) are finalists in the categories NZ On Air Best Pacific Music video, Best Producer, Recorded Music NZ Best Pacific Album and NZ Music Commission Best Pacific Male Artist.

All the nomination details can be found here.

2022 WIFT NZ Awards


Dr Shuchi Kothari

Congratulations to all the winners of the Women in Film and Television (WIFT) NZ Awards - held last Friday 8 July at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, Auckland.

Celebrating the significant achievements of women in the Aotearoa screen industry, the 2022 awards ceremony was a wonderful night that recognised the many trailblazers in our industry. You can read the full list of this year's WIFT award winners here.

A special congratulations to Dr Shuchi Kothari, who won the Great Southern Film & Television Award for Outstanding Contribution to the New
Zealand Screen Industry for her incredible work as a filmmaker, educator, mentor and voice for Pan-Asian communities.

Aotearoa Screen Publicists Collective resources

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The Aotearoa Screen Publicists Collective (ASPC) is a voice for publicists, social media and audience engagement experts in the screen industry. Established in 2021, ASPC exists to ensure Aotearoa’s stories are seen by their audiences both at home and abroad.

NZ On Air has recently commissioned ASPC to produce a variety of resources for New Zealand screen producers.

These include:

  • ASPC Publicity Planning Toolkit - a comprehensive outline of all aspects of screen publicity invaluable for producers and everyone wanting audiences to discover your story.
  • ASPC Contact Book - an online database of everyone working in the screen publicity and marketing space.
  • ASPC Publicity Task Matrix - a detailed how-to guide drawing on the combined experience of ASPC interim komiti members.
  • ASPC 1:1 Kawhe Fund - a free two-hour consultation with a publicist or other publicity services provider at the outset of a production.

These resources are all available on the ASPC website, where you can also join ASPC and sign-up to receive newsletters.

Statement of Performance Expectations


We have now published our Statement of Performance Expectations for the 2022/2023 financial year.

This document reflects NZ On Air’s proposed performance targets and forecast financial information for the year ahead.

You can read the Statement of Performance Expectations on our website here.

Meet the team

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Head of Music / Tumuaki o Te Puoro, Teresa Patterson

Meet Teresa Patterson, our Head of Music / Tumuaki o Te Puoro at NZ On Air.

Day-to-day, Teresa interacts with the music industry – labels, managers, artists, other music and funding organisations – reading and assessing funding applications and listening to a lot of amazing music.

Away from the office, she loves to head away with whānau and friends to Pukehina and soak up the sea air.

Learn more about Teresa and her role at NZ On Air on our Meet The Team page.

Funding details


Dry Creek, 6 x 44 mins to Great Southern Television for Three, up to $6,652,204. Based in post-earthquake Kaikōura, this drama explores a friendship that goes sour when a surrogacy deal goes wrong.

The Bishop, 6 x 45 mins Warner Bros. Int. Television Production NZ for TVNZ 2, up to $5,551,956. A charismatic young pastor forms an unlikely alliance with a queer podcaster to challenge his father’s mega-church, with explosive results.

Raised by Refugees 2, 6 x 22 mins, Kevin & Co for Prime, up to $1,371,655. When a 14-year-old Pax is presented with the alcohol-fuelled adventures high school has to offer, he is confronted with a choice; dive into the adventure, or stay firm in his Bahá’í beliefs.

7 Days 2023, 20 x 44 mins, Warner Bros. Discovery ANZ for Three, up to $1,097,926. NZ’s top-rated comedy 7 Days will be back on Three, pitting top comedians against the week’s news and each other.

Guy Montgomery’s Guy-Mont Spelling Bee, 8 x 44 mins, Kevin & Co for Three, up to $400,000. This original panel comedy series will put NZ comedians through their paces as they attempt to be crowned best speller in front of a live audience.



Scott Base Rebuild – Building the Future on Ice, 4 x 44 mins, Imagination Television for TVNZ 1, up to $1,972,128. A documentary series following the design and build of Scott Base’s ground-breaking new future-proofed ice hub in Antarctica, a world first construction project.

The Restaurant that Makes Mistakes, 4 x 44 mins, Great Southern Television for TVNZ 1, up to $539,943. An uplifting, heartwarming social experiment that follows the trials, tribulations and triumphs of a group of 12 volunteers experiencing dementia who will come together to run a restaurant.

Haututū Hunters, 6 x 26 mins, Hi Mama for Whakaata Māori, up to $350,344. Each week four haututū (mischievous) mates get together to regain lost knowledge once held by their tīpuna.

Unravelling Anxiety, 10 x 6 mins, Digital Alchemist for NZ Herald, up to $255,950. Unravelling Anxiety will look at how people from different cultural backgrounds experience anxiety here in Aotearoa.

Topp Class, 1 x 72 mins, Diva Productions for Prime and RNZ, up to $245,478. The cream of Aotearoa’s musical and comedy talent pay tribute to the Topp Twins in a live concert at Auckland’s Civic Theatre, for the 40th anniversary of these much-loved Kiwi icons.

Whatuwera! with Janaye Henry, 6 x 7 mins, Hex Work for The Spinoff, up to $235,827. Comedian Janaye Henry hosts a smart, unpredictable and fast-paced chat show about important issues affecting young people in Aotearoa today.

Alien Weaponry – The Film, 1 x 90 mins, The Down Low Concept for Whakaata Māori, up to $36,000. A documentary showcasing a group of young Māori musicians and their rise to fame, along with the struggles that come from success at a young age.

The Good Sex Project, 8 x 45 mins podcasts, Popsock Media for Stuff, up to $144,783. Podcast series hosted by Melody Thomas, creator of the award-winning podcast BANG!, about sex and love, and guidance on how to navigate them.

The Canvas, 8 x 45 mins podcasts, Tama & George Records for Rova, up to $105,877. Biographical sports podcast that gets under the guards of some of Aotearoa’s most colourful fighters, their networks and their communities, to deliver tales of triumph and tragedy.


Match Fit 3, 6 x 44 mins, Pango Productions for Three, up to $1,639,287. A much-loved series returns to further explore the realities facing men's health in Aotearoa.

Designing Dreams 2, 6 x 44 mins, Imagination Television for Prime, up to $767,392. Top architects select the homes they believe are Aotearoa’s most exceptional and, during the journey, discover their vision for our housing future.

Hyundai Country Calendar 2023, 40 x 23 mins, Television New Zealand for TVNZ 1, up to $636,630. People portraits of New Zealanders who make their living from the land or sea, focused on their work, physical surroundings, whānau and community.

A Living Hell: Apartment Disasters Series 2, 3 x 44 mins, E2 Productions for Prime, up to $524,401. John Gray and Roger Levie uncover more horror stories about defective apartments around NZ and meet the unfortunate owners who suffer the emotional and financial impact.

Down for Love 2, 5 x 44 mins, Attitude Pictures for TVNZ 2, up to $481,129. A factual observational series that introduces audiences to the unique personalities and aspirations of people with an intellectual disability.

Frank 5, 22 x 7 mins, Frank Film for Frank Film, up to $451,420. A docuseries with stories of national significance from the South, home to one in four New Zealanders, Frank is a mix of current affairs, character-driven stories and histories.

NZ Hip Hop Stand Up 3, 7 x 9’, The Downlow Concept for RNZ and The Coconet.TV, up to $358,081. A series that looks at key songs from over the 30-year history of hip hop in Aotearoa, with each episode focused on one song, the artists behind the songs and the impact each had in Aotearoa.

Breaking Silence 3, 8 x 12 mins, Magnetic Pictures for TP+ and Whakaata Māori, up to $334,894. A compelling eight-part sequel series that exposes the impacts of COVID-19 on domestic abuse in New Zealand.

Untold Pacific History 2, 3 x 23 mins + 3 x 30 mins podcasts, Tikilounge Productions for RNZ and Coconet.TV, up to $307,843. Untold Pacific History explores little known aspects of NZ's history in the region, and the extraordinary stories that resulted from these interactions with Pacific 'realm nations' that impact Pacific lives today.

No Place Like Home 2, 6 x 10 mins, Trajectory Media for Stuff, up to $304,116. A second season which follows the resettlement journey of six individuals or families who move to Aotearoa to escape political turmoil in their home countries over the coming year.

K’ Road Chronicles 3, 8 x 12 mins, Magnetic Pictures for Stuff and Whakaata Māori, up to $288,981. An informative, captivating and surprising series providing an important voice for our homeless and marginalised citizens.

The Side Eye 4, 10 x 6 mins, Hex Work Limited for The Spinoff, up to $86,100. Monthly online animated non-fiction comic series that explores some of NZ’s trickiest conversations in an accessible, easy-to-follow and easy-to-share way, by award-winning artist Toby Morris.

Public Interest Journalism

Industry Development funding

Allied Press, Industry Development Fund Cadet Scheme, up to $516,000. A one year cadet scheme to train, mentor and support up-to five new journalists addressing skills and recruitment gaps that are especially acute in regional and local news organisations.

Indo Kiwi United Trust, Training for Existing Journalists (Professional development), up to $35,300. Training and professional development for the staff of NZ Punjabi News.

North & South Media, Trainee/cadet journalist, up to $68,200 for 1 year. To recruit, mentor and train a cadet journalist interested in a career as a long-form journalism practitioner, building on the training currently offered by The Next Page, a NZ On Air funded programme.

Projects Funding

Allied Press, The South Today, up to $695,000. To deliver local video news content to local communities in collaboration with the Allied Press daily and regional community newspaper network across the South Island.

Apna Networks, Mental Health, up to $101,897. A podcast series to empower migrant ethnic communities to appropriately respond to mental health issues.

Cinco Cine Film Productions, T2t Teina 2 Tuākana, up to $800,000. A pilot development and content creation programme between Cinco Cine, 15 NZ schools, Whakaata Māori and the Pacific Media Network introducing tamariki and rangatahi to journalism as a viable career.

Metro Media Group, Uneasy Money: How We Pay for Art, up to $39,380. A series of four long-form feature articles about how the arts get funded, and what the different methods of funding mean for the production and reception of art in Aotearoa.

The Spinoff, Local Elections 2022, up to $160,187. A dedicated team of writers and contributors to cover the elections throughout the motu.

Very Nice Productions, Local Focus 2022-23, up to $604,520. Regional video news for Bay of Plenty, Rotorua, Gisborne, Hawke’s Bay, Wairarapa and Whanganui, with accompanying articles.

Targeted Roles Funding

Te Reo o Ngāti Kahungunu Inc, Ara mai he tētē kura, up to $214,245 for two roles over oneyear. To utilise current radio content and transform it ready for online distribution, so that content is more readily available and accessible to reach a wider audience.

Content Roles Funding

BayBuzz, Hawke’s Bay Local Accountability Reporting, up to $88,800 for two part-time roles over one year. To deepen coverage in three key areas; agribiz-environment, healthcare delivery and public body accountability.

Indian Newslink, Content Producing Roles, up to $362,520 for two roles over two years. To report on issues related to youth in South Asian communities including education, language, culture, heritage, community relations, family violence, suicide prevention, child poverty and the Treaty of Waitangi.

Newsroom NZ, Video Content Creator, up to $159,340 for one role over two years. A video content creator to work alongside Newsroom’s journalists to visualise public interest stories so they are seen by a wider and more diverse audience.

Crux, Junior/Intermediate Role, up to $139,520 for one role over 2 years. To support provision of strong, public interest journalism in the Southern Lakes and Central Otago districts.

Te Reo Irirangi o Maniapoto, Te Reo Kahika (MFM), up to $160,000 for two roles over 1 year. To support Te Reo Kahika, news service for Rereahu-Maniapoto, sharing tribal news using bilingual local narratives through a range of established on-air and online platforms.


Samoa Capital Radio, 2022/23 Siufofoga O Le Laumua Trust, up to $240,000

The National Pacific Radio Trust 2022/23, National Pacific Radio Trust, up to $4,935,000

NZ On Screen and Audioculture 2022/23, Digital Media Trust, up to $1,698,511

HEIHEI Games 2022/23, Gamefroot, up to $161,470

Rdu 98.5FM Capital 2022/23, Rdu 98.5FM, up to $11,849

Coast Access Radio Capital 2022/23, Coast Access Radio Trust, up to $14,726

Access Radio Taranaki 2022/23, Access Radio Taranaki Trust, up to $290,000

Arrow FM 2022/23, Access Radio Wairarapa Charitable Trust, up to $240,000

Coast Access Radio 2022/23, Coast Access Radio Trust, up to $235,000

Free FM 2022/23, Waikato Community Broadcasting, up to $342,600

Fresh FM 2022/23, Tasman Broadcasting Trust, up to $275,000

Manawatu People's Radio 2022/23, Manawatu Access Radio Charitable Trust, up to $280,000

Otago Access Radio 2022/23, Hills Radio Trust, up to $285,000

Plains FM 2022/23, The Canterbury Communications Trust, up to $339,000

Planet FM 2022/23, Access Community Radio Auckland, up to $350,000

Radio Kidnappers 2022/23, Radio Kidnappers Charitable Trust, up to $290,000

Radio Southland 2022/23, Southland Community Broadcasters Charitable Trust, up to $277,500

Wellington Access Radio 2022/23, Wellington Access Broadcasting Society, up to $345,000

Voxpops 2022/23, Kinga Voxpop, up to $22,800

Accessmedia.nz Project 2022/23, Waikato Community Broadcasting, up to $122,232

CAMA Coordinator 2022/23, Community Access Media Alliance (CAMA), up to $70,000

RNZ 2022/2023, Radio New Zealand, up to $42,606,000

95bFM 2022/23, Campus Radio BFM, up to $320,000

Radio Active 2022/23, Radio Active FM, up to $280,000

Radio Control 99.4FM 2022/23, Massey University Students Association, up to $180,000

Radio One 91FM 2022/23, Radio One 91 FM, up to $210,000

Rdu98.5FM 2022/23, Rdu 98.5FM, up to $280,000

TV Captioning & Audio Description 2022/23, Media Access Charitable Trust (Able), up to $4,900,000

Industry Development Fund

APRA Silver Scroll Awards 2022, Kaitito Kaiaka APRCA AMCOS NZ, up to $35,000

Show Me Shorts 2022, Show Me Shorts Film Festival Trust, up to $3,000

SRN Awards 2022, Naked Pr, up to $20,000

Aotearoa Music Awards 2022, Recordedmusic.o.nz, up to $20,000

NZ Game Developers Conference 2022, NZ Game Developers Association, up to $20,000

Māoriland Film Festival 2022, Maoriland Charitable Trust, up to $10,000

Greenlit, Greenlit, up to $35,000

Parachute Music Industry Development Initiatives, Parachute Arts Trust, up to $40,000

Waitaha Canterbury Creative Screen Incubator Programme, Te Puna Matarau, up to $20,000


New Music Project

Deva Mahal, Deva Mahal, up to $20,000

Louis Baker, Aston Road, up to $40,000

Nadia Reid, Slow Time, up to $22,000

Olivia Foa'i, Bev Adair, up to $40,000

Paige, NicNak Media, up to $40,000

Summer Thieves, Loop Media NZ, up to $40,000

Tali, Tali, up to $10,328

Vera Ellen, Flying Nun Records, up to $30,000

New Music Project - Kids - up to $10,000

Captain Festus Mcboyle, Pea-knuckle Production

Chris Lam Sam, Chris Lam Sam

Claudia Robin Gunn, Little Wild Music

Fleabite & Levity Beet, Robin Nathan

Gerry Paul, Gerry Paul

Itty Bitty Beats, Itty Bitty Beats

Loopy Tunes Preschool Music, Loopy Tunes Prechool Music

Moe & Friends, Pop-up Workshop

Mr Yipadee, Dean O'brien

Music with Michal, Michal Bush

Spinpoi, Spinpoi Limited

The Front Lawn, Kiri and Lou Limited

New Music Pasifika - up to $10,000

A.R.T, I Confess

Denzel, Like I Do

Ebeneez, The Way You Get Down

Ema Barton, Flower of Life

Ezra Phoenix, Fomo

Freddy Reynold, Silver and Green and Gold

Hvles, Just My Type Feat. Glisha

Heiressofthegame, Blessed

Jarna, Show You

Junior Soqeta, Raude

K'shore, Here We Are

La Coco, Follow Me

Loose & Colourful, In My Head

Matt Nanai, I Need Somebody

Mikey Mayz Feat. Hamo Dell, Real Love

Sammy Atoa Feat. Young Davie, Liaina I Le Ala

Sassy, Tawa Kavoro

Tone6, Close Your Eyes

Tu'amelie, Concrete Rose

Vallé, Guap

New Music Single - up to $10,000

33 below, Letting Go

Amamelia, Colourbox

Brody Leigh, Pilot

Bub, Bored

D.Matthews, Hell of a Night

Dartz, Hoons

Deepstate, Won't Let You Down

Deva Mahal, Run Me Through

Emily Fairlight, Pretty Faces

Estère, Melt

Flaxxies, Lot 61

Gramsci, Happiness

Hanbee, Strawberry

Hans, Candy Feat. Imugi 이무기

Jarna Feat. Spdrtwnbby, Birds & The Eagles

Jazmine Mary, Salt Lake Desert

Jujulipps, Saucy

Juno Is, Imitation

K M T P, 2.45 (Getting Old)

Kylie Price, Keepin On

La Felix, Hot

Mini Miller, Early Bones

Pania, Crew

Rachel Leo, in My Dreams

Recitals, Gradient

Reiki Ruawai, Working Title

Rodney Fisher & The Response, Bat S**t Crazy

Silas Futura & Fable, Ctrl S

Supreme Brother Sound, Sorry Bout It

Tom Verberne, Always Sorry

Vanessa Worm, 2 Ride

Wiri Donna, Big Pop

Womb, The Dove

Yumi Zouma, Of Me and You