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New Zealand's Biggest Little Festival!!

3 Days - 30 Bands!!!

Sanctuary Sounds is a not-for-profit music festival showcasing an eclectic
mix of music from all over New Zealand and abroad. The 3 day festival is a true
grassroots experience, held on a rural property in Takapau, Central Hawkes Bay,
where you will find yourself immersed in music, art, food and friendship!

Tickets are limited to preserve the small nature and culture of the event.

We are known for our yearly theme that helps set the scene and gives us all the opportunity to party in costume.
We encourage everyone to come with at least one costume and also have fun at your campsite by decorating your space
and immersing yourself in the weekend!

2021 Theme - Into the Jungle

Don't hesitate to bring the kiddies along! They will love the relaxed vibe and freedom to explore the land. Kids 14 and younger are FREE!

Sanctuary Sounds Music Festival 2021 Featuring:

Ripple Effect
Blue River Baby
The Rude Boyz
Sam Manzanza's Afrobeat Band
The Blistered Fingers
Planet Hunter
The Grand Bazaar
The Crimson Club
Empress
Detour
Lissy Loushay
The MeanOwls
Marianne Leigh
The Skinny Millionaires
Tracer
The Pixie Chicks
Old Mans Beard
Hot Janola
Half Eaten Horse
I Tell Lies
Travelling Lounge Room
Coral & The Reefers
Jersey Bob & Our Monica
Shiho
The Cellars
Ross Turner
Nick Lewis
Sarah and the Bass Slave
& More to Come!!


Full line-up coming soon!! Like us on Facebook for updates!

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Sanctuary Sounds, Takapau

(General Admission $95.00+BF)

Friday the 3rd of December, 2021.....

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* Special All Ages Matinee Show

Next month, The Broken Heartbreakers will release their first single since the release of their 2015 album How We Got To Now, followed by a seven date tour of Aotearoa in October and November. The new single, We’re All Looking Up, is a homage to community, and more specifically, to the mountain under which the Heartbreaker band call home.

The Broken Heartbreakers are led by songwriters Rachel Bailey and John Guy Howell, who began their music journey together in 2002. With the passing of nearly 20 years, hundreds of gigs, four studio albums, multiple continents and a changing cast of backing band members, The Broken Heartbreakers sound has continued evolving.

We’re All Looking Up is a deliberate nod to the power pop genre, with chiming twin guitars, layered vocals and just enough harmonic twist and turns to keep listeners on their toes. “Imagine a Guided by Voices martini mixed with Dunedin’s Look Blue Go Purple - shaken not stirred.” The song is centred around North East Valley where the band all reside in Ōtepoti Dunedin and the diverse community that lives there under the protection of Kapukataumahaka (Mt Cargill).

Bailey says she was “influenced by the shared ‘alone, together’ experience of the Covid-19 lock downs. We’re all Looking Up celebrates the resilience of this community and the redemptive power of Ōtepoti’s magnificent landscapes.” “As we face the challenges in this pandemic world, the song emphasises what unites us and asks us to take comfort in the fact that ‘We’re all looking up at the same mountain’”.

Touring now as a 5-piece band, Bailey and Howell are joined by the talents of Craig Monk (Cloudboy, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra) on viola and 2nd lead guitar, Angus McBryde (asta rangu) on bass guitar and Paul McLennan-Kissel (Julian Temple Band, Entire Alphabet) on drums. With this unyielding line-up, the band joined Nadia Reid and her band for her national opera house tour in May, playing both as a 5-piece band, and as a trio in selected cities.

This time, The Broken Heartbreakers will carve their own path across the country, playing some very special venues with equally special guests along the way.

We’re All Looking Up will be available to download and stream on 1 October. Tour tickets available now from Under the Radar (Wellington tickets from Moshtix).

https://www.undertheradar.co.nz/tour/15 ... r-sep-21-4

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SwampFest21

Live, loud and all-local: A diverse line-up of our region’s finest original musicians covering a range of genres over two nights.
The Stomach is one of the best places in Aotearoa to see original music.
Since its inception in 1988 The Stomach has been home to the weird and wonderful.
The Stomach prides itself on being all-ages and accessible, ensuring that everyone, young and old,
can experience the best live original music.....

Friday the 22nd of October.

Featuring: Polaroids of Polarbears, Stoker, Palotatia

SwampFest is All-Ages

This event can proceed at Level 2, attendees will need to sign in, be seated, and wear a mask throughout the event.

SwampFest is brought to you by Creative Sound Society (The Stomach) with support from Radio Control 99.4FM, Palmerston North City Council, Audio Progress, & Venue 409

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The Stomach, Palmerston North

(General Admission All Ages $8.00+BF)

Friday the 22nd of October

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Cassels Blue Smoke present two nights with The Eastern.
These will be intimate sit down shows, all alert level protocols will apply.

In times like these a month can be a year, a year a month and a day a lifetime.
All of us straddling a line between hope and doubt.
Way back in April, “National Treasures” (RNZ) The Eastern were feeling relieved and
as at ease as a bunch of no-hit musicians could ever feel.
The continuing Covid blitz that had waylaid the lives and incomes of travelling musicians,
crews and venues all around the world had managed only to nibble at the heels of this shore.
We had prevailed.

With this in mind a collective decision was made by the band to reach out to brothers and sisters
overseas, with some solidarity and some money to help the wheels turn.
It was conceived, agreed and believed that The Eastern could throw a small drop in someone else’s bucket.

Here there were gigs on the calendar, a functioning country and an air of the above-mentioned relief.
Thus shoulders could be shifted in the direction of need and so the band picked a venue in Ireland
dear to their hearts and raised over three thousand dollars for the great DeBarras pub in
Clonakilty Co. Cork.
They played a bunch of Pogues songs, mopped the floors with their swaying and baying and paypaled
the money across the water. Job done.

But then here at home a few months later the wolves start howling and the doors were locked down
once more. The band prevailed again but noticed that one of their favourite local venues,
The Common Room in Hastings was shaky and due to the vicissitudes of trying to run a goddamn people friendly pub
in an un-people friendly virus haunted spring, were now looking at that forever lockdown.

A quick chat with Common Room governor Gerrard Barron and a glimpse at their give a little page convinced The Eastern
they could duke up and sing for some dollars, in the same service focused manner all their Christchurch performances project.

So, its roll the sleeves, book the venue, get the tickets up and hope they can pull together a hooley
(of the sit-down kind if in level 2) in just two weeks, in order to help their friends and comrades in
the Hawkes Bay.

“We trade music for ticket money, we donate the ticket money which gets turned into love, which keeps
the doors open, which keeps the music humming and the bar staff tipped and ready” - Says Eastern
front man Adam McGrath.

An easy pop up gig for a band that has cemented themselves into hearts and minds nationwide.

The shows will be ready, rowdy and willin’ at their home base of Blue Smoke in Woolston on Friday 15th
and Saturday 16th of October.
Two nights ready for any level eventuality. New songs, hope songs, hearts songs, fight songs, drinking
and crying songs will all be on the program.
They'll play favourites and more, all in trade, all in service to the spirit of The Common Room, solidarity
and to the idea that music needs people and people need places and we need to protect the best of them
when the road gets rocky.

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The Broken Heartbreakers Announce 'We're All Looking Up' NZ Tour
Chris Cudby / Photo credit: Alex Lovell-Smith / Monday 16th of August, 2021 9:38AM

Hand-picked supports for Nadia Reid's hugely popular recent Opera House and Theatre Tour, Ōtepoti's The Broken Heartbreakers have announced a spring nationwide tour celebrating the forthcoming launch of their first new single in six years ‘We’re All Looking Up’. Formed around the core collaborative songwriting duo of Rachel Bailey and John Guy Howell back in 2002, The Broken Heartbreakers are all set to treat fans across Aotearoa to the lush folk-tinted sounds of their full five-piece live band, including Craig Monk (Cloudboy, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra) on viola and 2nd lead guitar, Angus McBryde on bass guitar and drummer Paul McLennan-Kissel (Julian Temple Band, Entire Alphabet).

Influenced by the shared "alone, together" experience of the 2020 lockdowns and releasing on the 1st of October, new song ‘We’re All Looking Up’ promises to be The Broken Heartbreakers' own take on power-pop, described by the band as “Imagine a Guided by Voices martini mixed with Dunedin’s Look Blue Go Purple - shaken not stirred... As we face the challenges in this pandemic world, the song emphasises what unites us and asks us to take comfort in the fact that ‘We’re all looking up at the same mountain’”.


The Broken Heartbreakers ‘We’re All Looking Up’ Single Release Tour

Friday the 15th of October - Pioneer Hall, Port Chalmers
Thursday the 21st of October - Meow, Wellington*
Friday the 22nd of October - Grey Lynn Library Hall, Auckland [cancelled] what can I say the place is a hell hole.....
Saturday the 23rd of October - Omiha Hall, Waiheke Island [cancelled] due to the proximity of the hell hole.....
Sunday the 31st of October - Nga Maara Hall, North East Valley [matinee, all ages show]
Friday the 19th of November - Grainstore Gallery, Oamaru
and Saturday the 20th of November - Heartbreakers High Tea, Oamaru [duo matinee performance]

Tickets available HERE via UTR

*Tickets from Moshtix


Watch the video for 'Swipe Card Valley ( Dressing Up On Dress Down Friday)', from The Broken Heartbreakers' 2015 album How We Got To Now...

Press release:

Next month, The Broken Heartbreakers will release their first single since the release of their 2015 album How We Got To Now, followed by a seven date tour of Aotearoa in October and November. The new single, We’re All Looking Up, is a homage to community, and more specifically, to the mountain under which the Heartbreaker band call home.

The Broken Heartbreakers are led by songwriters Rachel Bailey and John Guy Howell, who began their music journey together in 2002. With the passing of nearly 20 years, hundreds of gigs, four studio albums, multiple continents and a changing cast of backing band members, The Broken Heartbreakers sound has continued evolving.

We’re All Looking Up is a deliberate nod to the power pop genre, with chiming twin guitars, layered vocals and just enough harmonic twist and turns to keep listeners on their toes. “Imagine a Guided by Voices martini mixed with Dunedin’s Look Blue Go Purple - shaken not stirred.” The song is centred around North East Valley where the band all reside in Ōtepoti Dunedin and the diverse community that lives there under the protection of Kapukataumahaka (Mt Cargill).

Bailey says she was “influenced by the shared ‘alone, together’ experience of the Covid-19 lock downs. We’re all Looking Up celebrates the resilience of this community and the redemptive power of Ōtepoti’s magnificent landscapes.” “As we face the challenges in this pandemic world, the song emphasises what unites us and asks us to take comfort in the fact that ‘We’re all looking up at the same mountain’”.

Touring now as a 5-piece band, Bailey and Howell are joined by the talents of Craig Monk (Cloudboy, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra) on viola and 2nd lead guitar, Angus McBryde (asta rangu) on bass guitar and Paul McLennan-Kissel (Julian Temple Band, Entire Alphabet) on drums. With this unyielding line-up, the band joined Nadia Reid and her band for her national opera house tour in May, playing both as a 5-piece band, and as a trio in selected cities.

This time, The Broken Heartbreakers will carve their own path across the country, playing some very special venues with equally special guests along the way.....

We’re All Looking Up will be available to download and stream on the 1st of October.
Tour tickets available now from Under the Radar (Wellington tickets from Moshtix).

LINKS
facebook.com/thebrokenheartbreakers
linktr.ee/brokenheartbreakers

https://www.undertheradar.co.nz/news/18 ... r-oct-21-2

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