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What is YogaRhythms you say? Well it's a yoga-rave or sorts. In a nutshell,  it's a 'transformational experience of yoga, dance, meditation and radiant beats'

Created by soul sisters SJ (movement enthusiast and vinyasa yoga teacher - BONDI, AUST) and R.I.A (DJ boffin & mistress of the funk - AKL-NZ) after a perfect connection at Burning Man in 2010, YogaRhythms is an all encompassing, fun fusion of a yoga with live beats, and a guided journey through connectedness, radical self-expression, movement, unity and LOVE.

Of course with LOVE the theme at Splore this year - Start your day the right way with the girls up at Red Bull Art of Camping and get a does of their home-made LOVE tonic and Raw 'Wonder' Chocolate treats. 

B.Y.0 yoga mats (good, but not essential), your dancing feet, and an open heart for a truly inspiring and delicious start to the day. Wear something comfortable that you can move in and makes you feel AMAZING! 


Saturday / Sunday 10 - 12PM at RED BULL ART OF CAMPING 
PS: Don't be shy - it's FUN!

Here's a little bit about the girls; 
SJ (BONDI, AUSTRALIA) Always a playful explorer of both the inner and outer worlds and general hunter for the new, inspiring and FUN, SJ fell into her yoga practice 12 years ago thanks to her primary guru – her beautiful mother. Her commitment to movement and self expression (after 15 years of dance training) made this a physical marriage made in heaven...and so the love affair began...little did SJ know of the wondrous internal transformation that was also coming her way...
Through her dynamic, experimental and very personal teaching style SJ invites you to reconnect to the inner workings of your being, feel and experience your body, mind and spirit in a playful expression of loving and nurturing movement and breath. SJ teaches from the heart to share all she has learnt to help you live life in the flow and to create flexibility in your imagination to help you realize your limitless potential and manifest your wildest dreams! She bows deeply to her teachers and to all of life’s offerings (the good, the bad and the deeply uncomfortable) that awaken her to who she truly is. www.facebook.com/yogawithSJ

R.I.A (AKL) RIA is a fun- loving adventurer with a key goal to experience life in all its variety. Her passion to explore countries and cultures speaks truths through her smiles. Rire (French to laugh) was the name given to her by her father who claims, ‘she is the joy you feel when no one tells a joke’. Himself, a spiritual seeker and conscious lifestyler, taught her how to strum her first cords on the guitar. From here she was hooked on the rhythm of life dedicated to share and connect with people through music. Her natural ability to amplify or soften a mood as a DJ is charismatic. She’s a self confessed slave to the rhythm, 'not the system' 

 

Ahoy there Splorers! We're counting down the days til the gates open at Tapapakanga Regional Park for the best weekend of summer 2014. Have you got your tickets? Splore 2012 sold out and we are predicting the same scenario this year so get to iTICKET now to ensure you don't miss out. Here's some updated info to help you plan & make the most of the weekend away. 

www.splore.net | www.facebook.com/SploreFestival

MUSIC & PERFORMANCE

There's more to love this year at Splore with an eclectic summer festival programme of music, art & performance. The diverse musical line up includes DJ Shadow, The Orb, Ebony Bones, The Bamboos, TY, Om Unit, The Ragga Twins, The Cuban Brothers, Black Twang, Jonti and Adam Freeland. Check out the full line up here: splore.net/the-line-up

130 acts, seven zones over three days. Get to know whose on when: Splore 2014 Performance Schedule


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GETTING TO SPLORE

Getting to Splore has never been easier - we have great public and private transport options available for your consideration including a ferry. Save on petrol, parking, possible queues and traffic and come aboard the Splore express.

BUS
We are offering two departure venues in Auckland CBD Britomart and the New Lynn transport centre. You will ride in style aboard a comfy tour coach. There is plenty of space on board plus a cargo hold bellow for all your gear, so just climb aboard and enjoy the ride.
One Way: $15 plus booking fee
Return: $25 plus booking fee
Please PRE-BOOK your bus service via iTICKET by the Monday 10 February.

FERRY
The ferry to Splore is an exciting and fun way to get to the party. Come aboard the Pine Harbour Ferry, one of the fastest vessels out in the gulf, you will be at Splore in approximately 35 minutes.
One Way: $35 plus booking fee
Return: $45 plus booking fee
(The return part of the journey will be by bus back to Britomart, we are unable to offer a return ferry service)
Please PRE-BOOK your ferry journey via  iTICKET by the 10 February

ARRIVING BY BOAT
If you are lucky enough to be coming by boat (already there's 10 pre-registered), then we want you to bring your vessel to light and pimp it with sparkling, flashing, blinking lights. Imagine how beautiful the bay will look at night with a plethora of bobbing beauties sending out beacons of love. Finding your boat will be so much easier at night too. Remember to pre-register your boat so we know when to meet and greet you.


THE FACTS ON PARKING PASSES. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!!

For more detailed information please go to our Splore FAQS page

  1. PARKING IS FREE if you PRE-PURCHASE your parking pass for $50 from iTICKET and arrive with 3+ people in your vehicle. On arrival you will receive a full refund at the ticket office when you exchange your ticket for your AWOP cashband. The $50 is loaded directly onto your cashband ready for you to use over the weekend. If you have less than 3 people in your car you will not receive a refund. You can buy your parking pass at anytime prior to departure to Splore
  2. GATE SALES:
    As with all gigs when you buy your ticket at the door it's always more expensive. Turn up with no parking pass and pay $60 for less then 3 people, $40 for 3+ - this is non refundable. We highly recommend pre-purchasing your parking pass.
  3. RESERVED CAMPERS, CAMPERVANS and GLAMPERS: 
    ONE
    non-refundable parking pass is included as part of your camping reservation. Present your camping ticket at the ticket office and receive a sticker that will ID you and give you access to  your reserved parking field.
  4. DOUBLE CAMPERVAN SITES:
    2 x non-refundable parking passes per site. Your campervan reservation ticket is automatically one of your parking passes, the 2nd pass will be emailed to the purchaser of the campervan reservation ticket by iTICKET.  You should forward this to the driver of the 2nd vehicle. Please have either your parking pass or campervan reservation ticket ready to present at the ticket office.
  5. ARTISTS/SPONSORS/CONTRACTORS/THEME CAMPERS/VOLUNTEERS/VENDORS
    We expect our entire Splore community to carpool or use public transport.
    Your splore representative will have already been in touch to discuss parking passes

    For further FAQs on Parking please check HERE

Older articles on Base FM:

DJ SHADOW: More to love at SploreSPLORE announces eclectic line up 

Love Sustainability @ Splore | SPLORE 2014 more music & performance acts announced



 


Founded last millennium and now celebrating its 10th festival, the much-loved event for the true music lovers of the nation returns to Rippon Vineyard, Lake Wanaka this weekend! 

RIPPON FESTIVAL | Saturday 1st February 2014 | Rippon Vineyard, Lake Wanaka

ripponfestival.co.nzFACEBOOKTWITTERTICKETS

FESTIVAL INFO

Some General Admission tickets STILL AVAILABLE! You can get tickets through TICKETEK, Lake Wanaka iSite (eftpos & credit card only) or Wanaka's Cafe Gusto (cash and eftpos only). 

General Admission: $130 + bf

All ages welcome, although generally suited to ages 16 and above.
All those under 17 years must be accompanied by a guardian.
Parking is available for $5.00 per car. (Proceeds to Hawea Flat School)
More information on buses, taxis, etc at TRAVEL 
More information on accommodation at ACCOM 
Children 9 years and under are free.
Festival gates open at 9.30am.
Festival will happen, rain or shine.
No refunds or exchanges.
The event is held on private land; entry will be denied to any intoxicated, wasted, aggressive, or downright yukky people.
No pass outs.
No camping on site.
No BYO liquor.
ID needed to purchase liquor.
Oversize chilli bins not allowed - nibbles are!
Plenty of water on site - bring an empty bottle.
Line up subject to change.

For TRAVEL INFORMATION to and from the venue check this link HERE!


RIPPON 2014 boasts an incredible line up featuring the absolute cream of the local crop! From rock to reggae, psychedelic beats to sweet soul, the bands and the fans are in for a treat. Check out the stage schedule below, and check this link for more artist info.

HOSTED by MCs Anika Moa, P.Digsss and KPz. 


 


Thursday 23rd January | Friday 24th January
The Herald Theatre, Aotea Centre, Mayoral Drive

Proudly presented by Nga Rangatahi Toa Creative Art Initiative in association with Creative New Zealand and THE EDGE...

Manawa Ora is a powerful and innovative inter-arts work that gives voice to those who are not always heard and shows the world through the eyes of those who are not always seen. Marginalised rangatahi, excluded from mainstream education and living chaotic and challenging lives, are supported by established actors, musicians and visual artists in presenting a collaborative work that is both authentic and challenging.

Manawa Ora, the performance, springs from a week of intensive one-to-one mentoring workshops in theatre, visual arts and music held in December 2013. Rangatahi were matched up with an actor, artist or musician and over five days one-act plays were devised, performance poetry pieces were written, art works were created and music was recorded to bring the real life stories of our rangatahi to the stage. The Manawa Ora performance season will weave live theatre works with documentary footage of the creative process explored during the week-long workshops, all presented against a backdrop of rangatahi-created vibrant aerosol murals and a raw hip hop soundtrack. The end result is a true interactive, inter-arts performance not to be missed.

This is an organic work that showcases personal stories of survival and hope. Through story-telling Manawa Ora aims to make connections across Tamaki Makaurau, across genre, across lives and across our embodied experiences that make us who we are.

Entry is by KOHA at the door, but you've gotta get yourself a ticket.... 

Option 1

Pick up in person

Conch Records
115 Ponsonby Road

Option 2

RSVP online

manawaora2014@gmail.com

Tell us the names of those you want tickets for & the night you wanna come and pick up your tickets at the door






 


Eric Lau is a producer you may have heard, but not heard of. Through his work with artists like Dego, Guilty Simpson, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Lupe Fiasco and Oddisee he has earned a reputation as one of the leading producers in Hip-Hop and Soul music, with a strong following of dedicated fans.

His slick productions have turned the ears of both tastemakers and peers like Benji B (Radio 1) who called Lau’s work ‘Heavy’, Phonte (of Little Brother) added that Lau is ‘One of the illest beatmakers’, James Poyser (of The Roots) said ‘I’m a fan!’, and 9th Wonder called his new album ‘Dopeness!’.

Jay Dee, Pete Rock, D’Angelo, Questlove, James Poyser, Donald Byrd and Shuggie Otis are frequently cited by Lau as his main influences. But throughout his short career he has developed a unique sound of his own which has been refined and perfected most prominently on his new album.

ericlaumusic.com | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | SOUNDCLOUD | BANDCAMP

BASE FM BOAT PARTY #1 : Saturday 8th February
Sunset cruise on Auckland Harbour  6-10pm

featuring international guest
ERIC LAU

Local support:
B.HARU & MISO SHIRU | LO KEY | MC BEAU JEFFRIES

>>> TICKETS available from iTICKET <<<

>> SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY <<

Eric Lau " Presents Dudley & Friends" - featuring Dudley Perkins, Geargia Anne Muldrow & Rahel
(Fat City Records - 2006)

Eric Lau "New Territories" - first full length album
(Ubiquity - 2008)

Eric Lau "Makin Sound" - instrumental beats
(Kilawatt Music - 2010)

Eric Lau "Quadrivium" - instrumental beats
(Kilwatt Music - 2011)

Eric Lau "The Mission EP" - featuring Guilty Simpson, Olivier Daysoul & Fatima
(Kilawatt Music 2012)

Eric Lau "One Of Many" - featuring Rahel, Oddisee, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Fatima
(Kilawatt Music 2013)

>> DJ MIXES <<

Various interviews & articles via www.grindin.net


 


Looking for something fresh? This Waitangi Day weekend catch three handpicked New Zealand acts on the verge of breaking through the underground live in Wellington and Auckland. Madcap Music & Red Bull Sound Select brings you BLACK CITY LIGHTS, BEAT MOB & PXLX alongside international guest and beat making genius DAEDELUS (Brainfeeder/NinjaTune/Anticon) all the way from Los Angeles. Both shows will feature custom visual installations by THE INTERRUPT COLLECTIVE offering an interactive musical experience.


DEADELUS (Los Angeles) | BLACK CITY LIGHTS (Wellington) | BEAT MOB (Wellington) | PXLX (Auckland)

6pm Thursday 6 February (Waitangi Day) at Meow, Wellington

RSVP for FREE entry at: http://goo.gl/RDTnSv

10pm Friday 7 February at Cassette Nine, Auckland


RSVP for FREE entry at: http://goo.gl/pchLQt

Limited $3 Doorsales

#soundselect #breakmusic
 #madcapmusic
www.redbullsoundselect.com
www.madcapmusic.co.nz


 

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