The Show: Christchurch – Ōtautahi 2017… the year in review

Today it’s a review of the year in music from Christchurch – Ōtautahi featuring some of our favourite releases throughout 2017.

We couldn’t quite fit them all in, some may not strictly have been made in “Christchurch”, and there are some tracks that were produced earlier than 2017 but only saw the light of this day this year, but we’re sure you get the gist.

And because we like to get a bit OCD on it – and also to avoid ranking art – the setlist features the artists in chronological order of track release…

Direct download: The Joint – 30 December 2017

And here’s the playlist in full…

  • Aldous Harding – Horizon
  • Motte – Give It To Me
  • 2XM – Feelin It
  • Custard Square – Lost In Transients
  • pickle darling – mouthful
  • Kelvin Hurts – Lover
  • Blair Parkes – don’t worry baby
  • Luis – Microwave Chicken
  • Headland – Stand Firm
  • Lost Temple – Linwood Hash
  • The Opawa 45s – Sleepwalk ’17
  • Kamandi – Manawa
  • French Concession – Winter Storm
  • Fran – Same Name
  • Flandiz – Day Time Dreaming
  • The Steffan van Soest Smoke Machine – When it’s Time to Rise
  • Marlon Williams – Vampire Again
  • Greybeard – Greenstoner
  • oaky – Post Office Thoughts.
  • indi – Demeter
  • POLO – judas
  • Yumi Zouma – December
  • Laura Lee Lovely – Take Me With You
  • Miniatures – Form Into Soft And Wild
  • Caramel Smooth Heaven – Line Line Dot_
  • _dxno – ship
  • Luis & Flandiz – Subtle
  • Audio Archaeology. – For Violet
  • Haan808 – Void
  • KILLS – Right Here
  • Wurld Series – The Bend
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