Latest NZ On Air Making Tracks Funding Decisions – November 2013


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)


  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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