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Alexa Casino (DJ)

You may know Alexa Casino as that guitarless singer songwriter. But.. She Also Likes To Dance. If you are lucky you can catch her rare DJ sets at parties and Moments events, often serving up pumped up hot RnB remixes. More regulary, she moonlights as a house DJ, with a monthly residence at Mexico based radio station"

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Half Queen (Akl)

HALF.QUEEN is a DJ / filmmaker / creatrix coming out of Auckland, Aotearoa, with both Fijian and Paheka blood-lines. Her eclectic background has influenced a confluence of sound that is ever-evolving, musically speaking into a local and global sense of diaspora. Although she is genre-less in taste and seamlessly adapts to any scene, Shaki is a self-proclaimed 'Twerkhall' DJ, specializing in dancehall / bashment / hip-hop sounds sprinkled with whatever the vibe calls for. HALF.QUEEN is part of your local wahine-gang whose DJ sets are just as unapologetic and empowered as her presence in every space


Peach Milk

Peach Milk came onto the scene in 2016 with a debut performance at Chronophonium festival at Lake Ngatu, followed by a self released EP.

'Finally' later that year. After a vast string of live performances throughout 2016 and 2017 she quickly became a must-see live act in the realms of electronic music and continues to lead the way in the House and Techno scene in New Zealand.


Amy Jean

Amy Jean is a composer, vocalist, and media artist whose work forges the synthetic with the organic to imagine various alchemies of detailed sonic matter. A sophomore EP on George Fitzgerald’s ManMakeMusic (UK) imprint in 2013 prompted a move to London which then lead to a Masters degree in electroacoustic composition and media art at Bauhaus University, Germany. During this period, Amy remained closely affiliated with Wellington’s Works For Loudspeakers collective submitting a number of multi-timbral sound based works for their listening parties and digital editions. Her DJ sets and live performances have been described as 'deconstructed rave’ and draw from a background of widely-varying musical tastes to reveal an eclectic brand of futuristic club music.