Guidance

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Coming out of the creative melting pot that is Wellington, a breath of fresh air emerges on it’s infamous winds and one way streets… We are GUIDANCE, a pop-ternative band with big aspirations and an eclectic sound. Our music fuses elements of rap, pop, soul, funk and electronica, mixed together with a healthy dollop of peace, love and positive change…

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Cover/Text sourced from Bandcamp. Used with permission…

Last edited: 23.06.15

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From DigitalNZ:

  • View on NZ On Screen Making Music - James and Donald Reid (The Feelers)

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Music ; Arts/Culture ; Short Film

    "In this episode from a series for secondary school music students, James Reid (from The Feelers) and his brother Donald (a singer-songwriter who has co-written several Feelers songs) recall their school days when music making was frowned on by guidance counsellors rather than encouraged by projects like this one. Armed with acoustic guitars and a piano, they play excerpts from four songs (‘Communicate’, ‘We Raised Hell’, ‘Fishing For Lisa’ and ‘Unleash the Fury’) and discuss their philosophy of songwriting which is “all about being in the moment”." (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Decortica

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Music Video

    "Three-piece alt-rockers Decortica arrived, as the title suggests, looking to make a statement with 2008 debut album, A New Aesthetic. Recorded in Raglan under the guidance of esteemed producer David Holmes (Jakob, Battle Circus and Gramsci), the post-grunge album has been described as a "bold proclamation" aimed at "embracing the ideals of dynamism and questioning dated concepts". Two of its singles 'Peace May Come' and 'Macchina' were staples in music channel video rotations throughout the latter half of 2008." (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Rubicon

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Music Video

    "The self-proclaimed saviours of fun, Rubicon released their debut album Primary in 2002, getting the "double thumbs up" from Fur Patrol's Julia Deans who described its "dirty rock 'n' roll attitude as definitely worth a listen". The Auckland-trio underwent a makeover in 2004, when two members famously resigned via an email sent to lead singer Paul Reid. Two new members and a second album, recorded in Hollywood, soon followed under the guidance of producer, Bruce Witkin (of Foo Fighters fame)." (NZ On Screen summary)

  • View on NZ On Screen Wise Women and Song

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Documentary ; Music ; Television

    "Singer Jackie Clarke attends the NZ Smokefree Composing Women’s Festival to find out what goes on there, and find the guidance and inspiration to write a song for the first time. Made for TV ONE’s Work of Art slot, the documentary mixes interviews with performance footage covering a wide range of musical styles, from classical to rock. Singer/songwriters featuring include Moana Maniapoto, Shona Laing, Hinewehi Mohi, Mahinarangi Tocker and Jan Hellriegel, plus sometime film composers Janet Roddick and Jan Preston." (NZ On Screen summary)

 

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