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SwampFest 2017 registrations are open. Stay tuned to find out more about this year’s festival line up and schedule as its announced.

The studio is booking sheet is crammed full of great local music. Unfortunately this means that there is some waiting time to get a booking. Please get in touch well in advance if you’d like to record or if you have digitising, editing, mixing, or mastering projects you’d like to get done.

Smash the Ceiling: Finding Equality in the Local Music Scene – Panel Discussion
Thursday 17th August

Creative Sounds – The Stomach and Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science & History present a panel discussion examining issues of equality in the local music community.

Abi Symes, Meri Haami, Sarah Bingle, Shannen Petersen, and Tharushi Bowatte will examine, illuminate, and unravel some of the prevailing issues relating to equality within the local music community with a view to proposing actionable outcomes. Following the discussion there will be an opportunity for Q&A with the panel and for audience contributions to the discussion.

Join us at The Stomach for this engaging and progressive discussion on Thursday the 17th of August from 6:00pm.

17th August
The Stomach, 84 Lombard St. Palmerston North
6:00pm – 8:00pm
This event is free.
Thanks to Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science & History

Creative Sounds – The Stomach is an all-ages, alcohol free, community music centre funded by the Palmerston North City Council

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Kane Strang NZ Tour

Kane Strang NZ Tour – Stomach Show
Thursday 24th August

Kane Strang returns to Palmerston North following a year of international touring and the release of his stunning second album ‘Two Hearts & No Brain’.

See Kane perform solo here at Creative Sounds – The Stomach on the Palmerston North leg of his NZ tour.

Joining him will be some of Palmerston North’s finest, fruit juice parade – hot off the back of their win at Smokefree Rockquest as well as the incredible voice of Carson Taare.

Not to be missed

Doors open 8:00pm
First act starts at 8:30pm
$10.00
All-ages

Links to some great music:
Kane Strang:
https://kanestrang.bandcamp.com/album/two-hearts-and-no-brain
Fruit Juice Parade:
https://fruitjuiceparade.bandcamp.com/

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Palmerston North at Creative Sounds - The Stomach, 6pm, Fri Sept 15 (before the Disasteradio 'Sweatshop' Tour. Palmerston North show)

Deluge by Synthstrom Audible - the portable synthesizer, sequencer and sampler that is turning heads globally is made right here in New Zealand.

The team of Rohan Hill (lead engineer and inventor) and Ian Jorgensen (project manager) will be traveling around New Zealand showing people this exciting tool and giving those who wish, an opportunity to have a play on one.

“NZ’s very own world-leading groovebox”
“How come nobody else thought of this?”
“One of the most intuitive, complete, and great sounding instruments”
“Thanks for answering my ‘dream instrument’ prayers”
“The Deluge is an incredible desktop system with one of the most unique interfaces and sound engine designs - and not a computer in sight”
www.facebook.com/pg/synthstromaudible/reviews

Find out more about the Deluge here: synthstrom.com/product/deluge/

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Deluge by Synthstrom Audible - Demo Palmerston North

September 15, 2017, 6:00pm - September 15, 2017, 4:00am

Palmerston North at Creative Sounds - The Stomach, 6pm, Fri Sept 15 (before the Disasteradio 'Sweatshop' Tour. Palmerston North show) Deluge by Synthstrom Audible - the portable synthesizer, sequence...

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Smash the Ceiling: Finding Equality in the Local Music Scene

August 17, 2017, 6:00pm - August 17, 2017, 3:00am

Creative Sounds - The Stomach and Te Manawa Museum of Art, Science & History present a panel discussion examining issues of equality in the local music community. Abi Symes, Meri Haami, Sarah Bingle...

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