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NZ On Air will fund 24 new music projects from its July Making Tracks funding round. The 24 projects were selected from a field of 103 applications.
Twelve are $10,000 grants for recording a song and making a music video to back up the release of the song and 12 are $6,000 grants for making a music video only.
Decisions are based on the broadcast, music and audience merits of the songs that have been submitted. The independent panel for the July round included David Brice (The Radio Network), Jacob Lilley (Radio Control), Matt Barthow (C4 Music Television), Stephen O’Hoy (Amplifier), Liisa McMillan (Radio NZ National), Neil Cox (Chart) and Rikki Morris (The Bus Recording Studios).
The following artists and projects will receive up to $10,000 to record a song and make a video,
Abby Lee/Square One
Andrew Keoghan/Better Company
Bulletproof featuring Silva Emcee/The Warning
Esther Stephens/Under You
Five Mile Town/Curious Creature
Head Like A Hole/Hardest Battle
Jeremy Redmore/One Day Alone
The following artists and projects will receive $6,000 to make a video,
Bic Runga/If You Really Do
Boh Runga, Anika Moa, Hollie Smith/Be Mine
Goodshirt/Out Of Our League
Great North/To Leave Someone
Iva Lamkum & P Money/Doo Bop
K’Lee featuring Tyson Tyler/Tables Have Turned
Pieter T/Make Believe
The Eversons/Terminally Lame
Von Voin Strum/Power & Filth
The winner of theaudience Wild Card Making Tracks grant for July will be announced on 1 August when the votes have been counted. The next MakingTracks funding round closes at 5.00pm on Wednesday 1 August. Applications can be made online at www.kiwihits.co.nz.
The winner of theaudience Wild Card Making Tracks grant for July will be announced on 1 August when the votes have been counted.
The next MakingTracks funding round closes at 5.00pm on Wednesday 1 August. Applications can be made online at www.kiwihits.co.nz.