Latest NZ On Air Making Tracks Funding Decisions – November 2013

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The latest NZ On Air funding decisions are in for November. This month saw 24 projects get the go-ahead for Making Tracks funding which will see 12 artists receive up to $10,000 for recording a song and making a video and the other 12 artists will receive $6,000 to make a video. Find the full list below.

The following artists and projects will receive up to $10,000 to record a song and make a video:

  • AHoriBuzz / Providence
  • Bangladesh / Hour Glass
  • Benny Tipene / Make You Mine
  • Concord Dawn / Blessings featuring Tali
  • Dan Aux Kelly / Bundy
  • Grand Rapids / Wreck & Ruin
  • Helen Corry / Time
  • I Am Giant / Death Of You
  • Moorhouse / Take A Picture
  • Surf City / Leave Yer Worries
  • Tomorrow People / Daydreamer
  • Yuma Zouma / The Brae

The following artists and projects will receive $6,000 to make a video:

  • All The Colours / Where Did You Go
  • Andrew Keoghan / Queues at Danni Keys
  • Avalanche City / Take Me To The Wild Places
  • Black Minnaloushe / Of Late
  • Brooke Duff / Nothing Compares
  • CTFD x P Money / New Love
  • James Reid / More Than I Was
  • Midnight Gallery / Scars featuring Raiza Biza
  • P Money / Baddest featuring Gappy Ranks
  • Raiza Biza / Flashbacks
  • Sheep, Dog & Wolf / Breathe
  • The Wyld / Confusion

The panel for this month:

Gaye Stebbing (Juice TV)
Kirsten Johnstone (Music 101)
Malcolm Welsford (Welsford Music Productions)
James Meharry (RDU)
Lydia Jenkin (Timeout)
Tania Dean (NZ On Air)
Willy Macalister (George FM)

6 Comments

  1. Buffalo Bill says:

    Wow so I see Aussies are scooping NZOA grants now. How embaressing.

  2. Buffalo Bill says:

    Oh and look a George artist gets a grant, and someone from George is on the panel. Oh the humanity!

  3. So Sheep, Dog & Wolf can win the NZ critics choice award and yet only gets funding for a video? Does. Not. Compute.

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