Jews Brothers go global

The Naxos World Label’s Rhythm for Kids album received a glowing review in the Star: “[It’s] a neat grab for the pre-consumer demographic. There’s 13 tracks of worldbeat from 12 countries […] a mix of young stuff and folk that’s mostly very cheery, with obvious opportunity for clear-the-room sing-along choruses.” The album features NZ’s Jews Brothers doing Klezmer in Hebrew and English.


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Meet Gold Coast-Based Rapper Saint Lane

Meet Gold Coast-Based Rapper Saint Lane

There’s something about Saint Lane that’s impossible to ignore, according to GQ Australia which features the New Zealand-born, Gold Coast-based rapper who has dropped a total of three tracks to date…