Breathe

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Five guys from Wellington, five different musical backgrounds, five different individual strengths, five guys who just wanna celebrate their collective love of music, join forces to write some songs.

Last edited: 15.03.16


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  • View on NZ On Screen Breathe

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Pop ; Flying Nun ; Music Video

    "Credited to a band with the shortened name The JPS Experience (possibly at the request of Jean Paul Sartre’s estate), the ‘Breathe’ EP prefigured the Christchurch band’s third album — their swansong — and yielded their highest chart placing. Produced by Strawpeople’s Mark Tierney, and hailed by US alternative music bible Trouser Press as “glamorous ennui”, it defines the majestic, woozy pop that was increasingly becoming their forte. Director Matt Palmer’s video never strays from the band — with fluid camerawork framing them in fire, ice and shimmering reflections." (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Money Worries

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Hip Hop ; Music Video

    "Although this track from teen hip hoppers Otis Frizzell (MC OJ) and Mark Williams (Slave) is very much a collaboration of Auckland talents, the video sees them on the streets of Wellington - plus the railway station and massive wharf building Shed 21, before it was turned into apartments. Co-written by the pair with (and produced by) Mark Tierney and Paul Casserly from Strawpeople, it features a screaming chorus from Mikey Havoc, then lead singer of Push Push. An early video to be funded by NZ On Air, the hyperactive promo was directed by Matt Palmer (Breathe)." (NZ On Screen summary)

 

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