The Māori (pronounced Māori: [ˈmaːɔ.ɾi], or commonly /ˈmaʊri/ by English speakers) are the indigenous Polynesian people of New Zealand (Aotearoa). They arrived in New Zealand from eastern Polynesia in several waves[6] at some time before 1300 CE.[7] Over several centuries in isolation, the Māori developed a unique culture with their own language, a rich mythology, distinctive crafts and performing arts. They formed a tribal society based on Polynesian social customs and organisation. Horticulture flourished using plants they introduced, and after about 1450 a prominent warrior culture emerged. [Wiki]

When I think of New Zealand, I always think of the Māori!

Nowadays I also think of Dubstep as there’ so much great stuff coming out of there at present.

Here’s a tasty lil’ mix covering some of the emerging producers from that scene through to such luminaries as Fat Freddy’s Drop!  

Kiwi Summer Step vol2. by WUBzilla

Here’s what Mr DJ says:

A bunch of new and not-so-new dub and dubstep tunes, all made in New Zealand.

A nice soundtrack for an evening on the beach or by the bbq after a day in the sun. Feel free to leave comments or cash.

OG feat Spikey Tee- Love Love
Fat Freddy’s Drop- The Raft
The Nomad- Deeper (Dub Station mix)
Minuit- Aotearoa (organikismness remix)
Olie Bassweight- Skeleton Key
Chop Vs Konsida- Unruling
Operative- Cloud 9
Future One- Gimme Dub (Techno Shelter)
The Nomad feat Rayjah45- Give Some Love
Konsida- Don’t Talk
Tiki Taane- King Of The Dubs
Dub Terminator- Let It Blaze (Dubstep mix)
Echo Company- Sirion
Metric- Front Row (Reiko Che aka Alexis K remix)
Ghosrok- Whiuwhiua-Step

Big thanks (as ever) to all the artists featured.

Generation Bass would just like to pass on their condolensces to all the people affected by the recent earthquake, our prayers/good wishes are with you and your families.


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