March 2011: Lydia Cole, Massad, Mel Parsons, Opshop, PNC, Ruby Frost, Shotgun Alley

A leisurely jog, the suit case, down on the boardwalk, an interrupted video, skeletons and birds, glitter at the beach, and a pool pash.

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March 2011: 1995, A Hori Buzz, Anna Coddington, Barnaby Weir, Bulletproof, Chris Cope, Dear Time’s Waste, DJ Sir-Vere

We’re down the the penultimate funding round of the original $5000 video funding grants. Just like in 2010, 2011 also didn’t have a February funding round. It started the year with March, then jumped to June.

And March offered a buzz-busting service, autumn leaves, attempted 1950s, a dreamy club sound, a quiet trip around the world, a bucket challenge, the boys and the females.

Continue reading March 2011: 1995, A Hori Buzz, Anna Coddington, Barnaby Weir, Bulletproof, Chris Cope, Dear Time’s Waste, DJ Sir-Vere

August 2010: Jae’o, Jayson Norris, Julia Deans, Katchafire, Kids of 88, Kidz In Space, Legacy of Disorder, Luger Boa

A break-up, a roadtrip, cheesecake and ice cream, animated adventures, a dozen ways to hide, another breakup and another roadtrip, quality metal, and the alluring world of colourful drinks.

Continue reading August 2010: Jae’o, Jayson Norris, Julia Deans, Katchafire, Kids of 88, Kidz In Space, Legacy of Disorder, Luger Boa

June 2010: Anika Moa, Anna Wilson, Artisan Guns, BARB, Cairo Knife Fight, Candice Rhind, Concord Dawn

Lonely hearts theatre, the tartan skirt, tiny power lines, unusual pop, a really long cord, a girl’s night out, and Vienna part II.

Continue reading June 2010: Anika Moa, Anna Wilson, Artisan Guns, BARB, Cairo Knife Fight, Candice Rhind, Concord Dawn

August 2009: David Dallas, Deja Voodoo, Dimmer, Erakah, Gemma Russell, Gin Wigmore

Ddot takes Manhattan, fun on the seesaw, good hair, life rhymes with hideous car wreck, and the hotel lobby.

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December 2008: Arms Reach, Cobra Khan, Crashpolitic, Cut Off Your Hands, Doppler, False Start

Dance your cares away, the old colonel’s last feast, everyone else is having more fun, bring out the bedsheets, a totally mental hospital, and coming in like a wrecking yard.

Continue reading December 2008: Arms Reach, Cobra Khan, Crashpolitic, Cut Off Your Hands, Doppler, False Start

October 2008: Johnny Love, Kids of 88, Kingston, Like You Crazy, Little Bushman, Mareko

Midwinter mildness, like a human version of the Easter Show thing where you squirt paint on a rotating circle, a band on tour, pulsing graphics, a peaceful show and women with different eye colours.

Continue reading October 2008: Johnny Love, Kids of 88, Kingston, Like You Crazy, Little Bushman, Mareko

August 2008: J Williams, Jonny Love, Kingston, Ladi6, Luke Thompson, Nesian Mystik, P-Money

Some dancing, general chaos, four times the fun, a glamorous silhouette, shooting in the woods, sweetness and strength, and piggybacking.

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August 2007: Ill Semantics, International Flannel, Jonny Love, Odessa, Pearl, PNC

The emo kitchen scissors, Medieval knights, solid gold, the drinking glasses got the moves, a demolished city
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October 2006: Elemeno P, Ill Semantics, Kimbra, Minuit, Neil Robinson

Bob Parker’s mischievous monkey, a social media guru, suburban club culture, a knitted audience, and oodles of doodles.
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