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NZ Music Month Video Sessions
NZ Music Month Video Sessions powered by Rockshop and 13th Floor
To celebrate New Zealand Music Month we will feature a live performance and interview from the 13th Floor Video Session every day during May. This is brought to you by 13th Floor, the Rockshop and Sky TV’s Rialto Channel.
We will be posting each session here or you can tune in at 8:00pm on the Rialto Channel and catch all your favourite Kiwi artists.
Tom Cunliffe stops by The 13th Floor to talk to Marty Duda and to play a few songs from his new album, Howl & Whisper.
Two years after their first visit, Dutch trio My Baby returned to The 13th Floor to talk about their current NZ tour and their upcoming album, Prehistoric Rhythm. They also played three songs including two from the new record.
Auckland-based singer-songwriter Anna Coddington stops in to The 13th Floor where she discusses her 3rd album, Luck/Time with Marty Duda and plays three songs from the new album.
NZ roots artist Stretch celebrates the release of his new album, Bury All Horses with a session at The 13th Floor. Stretch talks to Marty Duda about his music and hanging out with Joe Strummer. He also performs three songs from the new album.
The enchanting Aldous Harding returns to the 13th Floor ahead of the release of her highly-anticipated second album, Party. Aldous talks to Marty Duda and performs two new songs, Living The Classics and Elation.
Kiwi soul sensation Aaradhna stopped by The 13th Floor to talk about the Super Soul Revue she is headlining at Auckland's Powerstation. In addition to chatting with Marty Duda, Aaradhna and guitarist Jeremy Toy performed two songs from her number one album, Brown Girl.
Kendall Elise and her band perform songs from her new EP, I Didn't Stand A Chance. Kendall also chats with The 13th Floor's Marty Duda.
Gareth Thomas talks to Marty Duda and performs songs from his latest album, Fizzy Milk, at The 13th Floor.
18-year-old Candice Milner has just released her debut album, Evergreen. While on her maiden tour of New Zealand, Candice stopped by The 13th Floor to talk to Marty Duda and to play a couple of songs from the new album.
New Zealand band Ghost Town visit The 13th Floor to play songs from their new album, Sky Is Falling. In addition to performing 3 songs from the album, the band turns in a stunning performance of John Lennon's Isolation with Jed Town on lead vocals. Also featured is Mark Beesley (vocals & keys), Bryan Shaw (drums) Dominic Blaazer (keys & vocals) and Steven Shaw (bass). Mark and Jed also discuss the making of the album with Marty Duda.
With their excellent new album, All Of My Ghosts, released in January, Kiwi duo The Bollands stopped by The 13th Floor to play a few tunes and talk to Marty Duda.
On the eve of the release of their second album, Look So Good, the two members of Hopetoun Brown, Nick Atkinson and Tim Stewart, showed up at The 13th Floor to share a few songs and a scone recipe.
Auckland-based trio Tweed stopped by The 13th Floor to chat with Marty Duda and to play a few songs. In addition to two tracks from their brand new debut album, High-Brow Blues, the band played a cover and a new, un-recorded original song.
Tattletale Saints return to the 13th Floor to perform three songs from their latest, self-titled album.
Neil Watson and his band perform selections from his new album, Studies In Tubular. Neil also sits down to talk to Marty Duda about his guitar playing.
Kiwi singer-songwriter Guy Wishart is back with a new album, West By North. The Silver Scroll winner has been away for awhile, but now that he's returned and making records again he stopped by The 13th Floor to talk to Marty Duda and to perform three songs from the new album.
Watch The Solomon Cole Band perform three songs and talk to Marty Duda at The 13th Floor.
Auckland-based singer-songwriter Miller stops by The 13th Floor to talk to Marty Duda about his new EP Shoot Me In The Heart and to play three tunes from the EP.
Kiwi band French For Rabbits have just released their new album, The Weight Of Melted Snow. The made a quick visit to The 13th Floor...just enough time to play three songs. Lead singer Brooke Singer stayed to talk to Marty Duda.
Auckland rockers Street Chant stopped by The 13th Floor to play a few tunes from their 2nd album, Hauora, and to talk to Marty Duda. Watch as Emily and Billie chat to Marty and the band performs Pedestrian Support League, Insides and Melbourne.
Auckland rockers Yukon Era stop by The 13th Floor to play a few songs and talk to Marty Duda ahead of their appearance at Laneway 2017.
Auckland-based Ukulele trio The Nukes visit The 13th Floor to chat with Marty Duda and play tunes from their new album, Three.