• June 23, 2021

My picks of some of the hottest songs coming out of New Zealand

As a Kiwi, I love every thing New Zealand and especially New Zealand Music & Movies. So I wanted to share with you some of the songs I think are the hottest coming out of NZ right now.

Gemma Copas with her song Invisible is a catchy upbeat pop track that makes you move and groove and sing along. It’s upbeat and energetic. http://www.facebook.com/gemmacopas

Kingston are a rocking kiwi power pop band. Their song Lotto is a winner of a track. It’s catchy rocking with good lyrics and musicianship well written, a real treat to the ears. http://www.kingstonband.com/

Annah Mac song Girl In Stilettos is a catchy rocking pop number. She is a solid singer songwriter and the song is in the charts in NZ and I think she will have a huge career in NZ and overseas. http://www.facebook.com/annahmac

Josh Leys song Start Looking Round is perfect just in time for summer. It’s a catchy breezy upbeat soul pop track, that’s funky and groove that will have you singing and dancing singing away in no time. I reckon this singer songwriter will be a hit at the summer festivals if he’s playing but if isn’t I reckon he will be next year. http://www.facebook.com/joshleys

The critically acclaimed band Opshop with their song Sunday’s Best Clothes is nothing short of amazing. It’s a good ballad best way to describe it. Well written, an anthem in the making. http://www.opshopmusic.com/
Savage track Promise featuring Ria, a funky slice of hip hop, it’s catchy and well written and well performed. The female vocals by Ria are a real nice touch. http://www.facebook.com/SavageDkonz

I Am Giant’s song Let It Go is a really well written modern rock song that is well performed sung and I can see it being a big on the radio. It’s got everything going for it. It’s catchy as being well written.  I’ve been listening to it on repeat. It’s that good.  http://www.iamgiant.com/

Victoria Girling-Butcher from one of my fav kiwi bands Lucid 3 has written a rocking energetic song called The Taxidermist. It’s a little soulful, a bit alt country, a little dark and haunting. It’s what I expect from her, a really well written performed song. Listen to the track and see why I think she one of New Zealand’s best songwriters.  http://www.facebook.com/victoriagirlingbutchermusic


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