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If you are a up and coming artist wanting to learn the ropes in the creative industry from beat making to recording to visuals and the most important part understanding the music business from industry certified people then this is for YOU!
We are taking on passionate people in OTARA/PAPATOETOE area and MANGERE/OTAHUHU area for this community project. Check out our Tagata Pasifika story done on our program here.
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We have limited spaces and this will be run on Monday & Tuesday nights from 6pm-8pm for OTARA at OMAC as well as Monday & Tuesday’s from 6pm-8pm at Repfm N.Zs number 1 hiphop station for MANGERE.
For more information and registrations email our station manager toko@repfm.co.nz.
We would like to acknowledge Mangere-Otahuhu Local Board / Otara-Papatoetoe Local Board / Youth Connections / One Mic Records / AYEBRO and “Te Puawai O Nga Whakatupuranga Hou Trust for making this possible for the MANGERE/OTAHUHU/OTARA/PAPATOETOE communities.
Classes start 27th March.

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The Māngere East Festival is a celebration of food, fun, performance, arts & crafts, bringing together the best local talent from our diverse & vibrant community.

Bring your family along on November 19 to Walter Massey Park, Mangere East to celebrate and check out some of the wide-range of food stalls, awesome performances and entertainment, as well as free and engaging activities for everyone!

Enjoy local performances as well as big name acts like House Of Shem & Unity Pacific

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TOMORROW – OCTOBER FEST! At the Māngere Town Centre
It’s all on tomorrow 10am-1pm at the Māngere Town Centre with TWO performances spaces to get you in the celebratory mood for the long weekend!
Come to the markets and you’ll find all the colours of the rainbow, music, dance, food and so much more in terms of a vibrant community vibe!. Enjoy performances by some of our local talent, including an interactive zumba performance in the courtyard by the Library, local talent from SUPA stars and established talent alongside up and coming talent inside the Town Centre stage – all FREE, all happening simultaneously at the Mangere Town Centre this Saturday! See you there!
Proudly supported by Mangere-Otahuhu Local Board, Four Winds Foundation and RAN Events

As I sit in my ride finishing my 3rd Steiny, Ladi 6's song 'Shine On' is on the dial & coincidentally I attended her Aiga ( Family ) play last night. THE WHITE GUITAR,which consists of her 2 first cousins, New Zealand born Samoan brothers Matthias Luafutu ( Of hit NZ TV series HARRY ) & Malo Luafutu ( Scribe ) accompanied by their Father Fa'amoana John Luafutu ( Legendary blues guitarist, poet & novelist ) They act out a brutally honest & grimy performance depicted on their own lives which is rare in Theatre/Film. Growing up in Grey Lynn and Ponsonby after Fa'amoana, later changed to John by an ignorant pakeha primary school teacher, arrived fresh off the boat, similar to the Matua from many Polynesian aiga. Matthias plays several characters from past to present & delivers a raw & vintage performance, captivating each character at its core & generation. Malo ( Scribe ) a natural showman & record breaking musician shows he can adapt to any genre/medium. Raising the bar as a natural talent in his powerful & surprisingly humorous, side of acting. John makes his PowerPoint cameos during his sons reflection of himself in varying ages as a young Father, Poet, Drug addict, Gang Member, but more renown for his passion for the axe aka the gat. Easily laying the soundtrack of every scene directed by The Conch's Nina Ngwalowalo & the notorious Jim Moriaty with Tom McCrory & Pasifikas favourite all-rounder Oscar Kightley as a script consultant on a Goldie canvas with Jimi Hendrix Little wing. This is a piece of art that must be graced with your artistic presence that has bought a glass tint to as many eyes as it has standing ovations & there's not many if any, that you as a NZ born Polynesian can adapt to as our ancestors The Panthers. Fight the power. On now till Friday 15th of July. Purchase tickets via ticket finder.co.nz @DuneFdkns

As I sit in my ride finishing my 3rd Steiny, Ladi 6’s song ‘Shine On’ is on the dial & coincidentally I attended her Aiga ( Family ) play last night. THE WHITE GUITAR,which consists of her 2 first cousins, New Zealand born Samoan brothers Matthias Luafutu ( Of hit NZ TV series HARRY ) & Malo Luafutu ( Scribe ) accompanied by their Father Fa’amoana John Luafutu ( Legendary blues guitarist, poet & novelist ) They act out a brutally honest & grimy performance depicted on their own lives which is rare in Theatre/Film.
Growing up in Grey Lynn and Ponsonby after Fa’amoana, later changed to John by an ignorant pakeha primary school teacher, arrived fresh off the boat, similar to the Matua from many Polynesian aiga.
Matthias plays several characters from past to present & delivers a raw & vintage performance, captivating each character at its core & generation.
Malo ( Scribe ) a natural showman & record breaking musician shows he can adapt to any genre/medium. Raising the bar as a natural talent in his powerful & surprisingly humorous, side of acting.
John makes his PowerPoint cameos during his sons reflection of himself in varying ages as a young Father, Poet, Drug addict, Gang Member, but more renown for his passion for the axe aka the gat.
Easily laying the soundtrack of every scene directed by The Conch’s Nina Ngwalowalo & the notorious Jim Moriaty with Tom McCrory & Pasifikas favourite allrounder Oscar Kightley as a script consultant on a Goldie canvas with Jimi Hendrix Little wing.
This is a piece of art that must be graced with your artistic presence that has bought a glass tint to as many eyes as it has standing ovations & there’s not many if any, that you as a NZ born Polynesian can adapt to as our ancestors The Panthers. Fight the power.
On now till Friday 15th of July.
Purchase tickets via ticketfinder.co.nz
@DuneFdkns


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Rep-Your-Beats-poster-A3‘Rep Your Beats’ 2016.

A FREE all ages community event hosted by AYEBRO and RepFm for the next generation of beat makers and producers.

Congratulations to our #RepYourBeats finalist..

Bones Carter
Jamahl Farrar
Locrates
Logan Lane
Melvin Trvlrs
Muhammad Whaanga
Peter Pedro
Taipari ICEPRO

Live performance’s by

Tihei Harawera / Lukan Rai$ey / Verse / Kid$eb / Rokske and DJ Creme!

Looking forward to the finals on Saturday the 27th of Feb at Mangere Art Centre 1pm-4pm

1st prize = $500 cash from OneMic Records, $500 worth of studio equipment from Rhythm Rendezvous , $250 voucher from Faze Authentic’s, and Rep Your Beats trophy sponsored by Elite Car Cleaning.

2nd prize = $100 voucher from Faze Authentic’s and 2nd place trophy from Elite Car Cleaning

3rd prize = $50 voucher from Faze Authentic’s and 3rd place trophy from Elite Car Cleaning.

A special thanks to our sponsors.

Creative Communities Auckland
Elite Car Cleaning Limited
One Mic Records
MEFS ME Family Services
Faze Authentics
Rhythm Rendezvous

Without your guys support we would not have made this possible.

All the best to all the finalist