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HERE'S TO NZ MUSIC

The guitar in this photograph was made in Auckland, New Zealand in 1974. It was crafted by Peter Madill in his workshop in Durham Lane. I used to go in there sometimes just to smell the wood. Instruments like this, if they’re cared for and played regularly, age gracefully over time. As has our national music scene. The story of New Zealand’s musical journey is an intrepid one. Some of the decades gone by were challenging times for musicians, especially those wanting to share their own songs. Musical oases winked in and out across the Kiwi landscape. No internet to learn off; instead, you dragged the needle repeatedly across your treasured vinyl to work out just how that guitar riff went. No digital, no bedroom studios, no uploading; but plenty of reel-to-reel tape running in the background.

The doors into the only recording studios were few and far between, and fiercely guarded. If you could get inside, their gatekeepers might just end up recording something else over your precious analogue tapes. There was nothing quite as exciting as a team-effort mixing session; everyone on their allotted sliders, nobody wanting to mess up their part before the mix got to the end. Otherwise it was back to the beginning – no automation! Record releases from musical giants over the ocean were events infused with anticipation. New Zealand releases were, well, gobsmacking in their rarity. To hear yourself on local radio was astounding. And in the face of all that slog, dreaming their dreams, people put themselves out there anyway. Because music drew them like nothing else could, as it continues to today. When it comes to viral outreach, Covid has nothing on music. And just look at us now. Immerse yourself.

Graeme Gash

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To purchase a NZ Music month T Shirt and support the local industry, click on the image above and you'll be able to purchase direct from the NZ MUSIC MONTH website.

As you are a Glengarry customer, you get $5 OFF!

Use the voucher code: GLENGARRY - at the check out.

NZ MUSIC MONTH LAUNCH PARTY

You’re invited to join us at Glengarry Victoria Park on the 6th of May to toast the start of NZ Music Month & take in some live music. Everybody's favourite music store, the Rock Shop is, through their associate company KBB Music, are installing a grand piano at our flagship store where it will stay for the duration of NZ Music Month as various luminaries pop in to work the keys.
This is in celebration of what has been achieved thanks to our friends at The Rockshop, KBB Music, Framingham Winery, Tito's Vodka (and the Glengarry team behind the scenes) who have all gotten behind the Music Helps initiative!
When  |  4:30pm Thursday 6 May
Where  |  Glengarry Wines 118 Wellesley St West Auckland
Price  |  Free of Charge
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NZ MUSIC MONTH FREE GIG | VICTORIA PARK

We're joining in the celebration of New Zealand's surging music scene, still alive and kicking despite everything 2020 threw at it. On Saturday the 22nd of May from 4:00pm there'll be a free pop-up live event with a performance by ACT TBC. There'll be and a Vinyl Market on the same day at Glengarry Victoria Park between 11:00am and 4:00pm.
When  |  4:00pm Saturday 22 May
Where  |  Glengarry Wines 118 Wellesley St West Auckland
Price  |  Free of Charge
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NZ MUSIC MONTH VINYL AT VIC PARK

Come and join us for Vinyl@Vic Park. Enjoy a day of Crate digging at Glengarry Victoria Park. On site coffee, a Food Truck and Homegrown by Sawmill Brewery. The tunes and brews will be flowing.
When  |  11:00am Saturday 22 May
Where  |  Glengarry Wines 118 Wellesley St West Auckland
Price  |  Free of Charge
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Framingham and Tito's are proud to support Music Helps with Kiwi musicians and crew in times of need. $$ from all purchases of Framinghams or Tito's from Glengarry this month are being donated to Music Helps.


Through their Grants Programme MusicHelps have invested with partners in projects with from Whangarei to Invercargill, all using the power of music to change the lives of tens of thousands of New Zealanders in need. They have provided emergency assistance to hundreds of Kiwi music people experiencing hardship and illness through their Backline suite of services, including a professional online, on-the-phone and face-toface counselling service tailored to people who make live and recorded music possible. Partnering with skilled clinicians, MusicHelps support projects in healthcare, including music therapy, and initiatives that engage with youth from troubled backgrounds. They provide assistance through their Benevolent Fund and their professional wellbeing and counselling service to Kiwi music people from all parts of the music industry who are experiencing illness, distress and hardship. They need your support: musichelps.org.nz

Titos
Handmade Vodka

Tito's Handmade Vodka is designed to be savored by spirit connoisseurs. It is micro-distilled in an old-fashioned pot still, just like fine single malt scotches and high-end French cognacs. This time-honored method of distillation requires more skill and effort than modern column stills, but it's well worth it. Our handcrafted technique offers more control over the distillation process, resulting in a spectacularly clean product of incomparable excellence. Only the heart of the run, "the nectar" is taken, leaving behind residual higher and lower alcohols. The vodka is cleansed of phenols, esters, congenersand organic acids by filtering it through the finest activated carbon available. Critics call Tito's "a homegrown symphonic spirit to applaud!" and say "it can go head to head with any of the worlds' greats and not break a sweat.
REGION / COUNTRY | United States Of America
VARIETAL | Vodka
VOLUME | 750ml
WAS $59.99
NOW $49.99
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Available online
Available in store
DELIVERY
Click and Collect, Delivered to you, Shop in Store
STORES WITH STOCK
Auckland Stores with Stock: (* = low stock) Victoria Park Jervois Rd* Ponsonby Grey Lynn* Dominion Rd* Remuera* Mt Eden Village* Bassett Rd* Parnell* Takapuna* Devonport* Kingsland* Westmere* Ellerslie* Khyber Pass*
Wellington Stores with Stock: (* = low stock) Kelburn* Courtenay Place* Thorndon*

Framingham
Nobodys Hero Pinot Noir

Disregard the self-deprecating moniker; this is indeed heroic: a soft, fleshy, fruity and flavoursome Pinot Noir. Lush, rounded, vibrant, this is the wine the Framingham crew drink at their annual Harvest Concert.
REGION / COUNTRY | Marlborough, New Zealand
VARIETAL | Pinot Noir
VINTAGE | 2019
VOLUME | 750ml
WAS $24.99
NOW $21.99
ADD TO CART
Available online
Available in store
DELIVERY
Click and Collect, Delivered to you, Shop in Store
STORES WITH STOCK
Auckland Stores with Stock: (* = low stock) Victoria Park Jervois Rd* Ponsonby Grey Lynn* Dominion Rd Remuera* Mt Eden Village Bassett Rd* Takapuna* Devonport* Kingsland* Westmere* Ellerslie Khyber Pass*
Wellington Stores with Stock: (* = low stock) Kelburn* Courtenay Place* Thorndon*

WAS $18.99
NOW $15.99
Volume | 750ml
 
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WAS $24.99
NOW $19.99
Volume | 750ml
 
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$31.99
Volume | 750ml
 
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FRAMINGHAM FOUNDATION OF SOUND & MUSIC HELPS

GO IN THE DRAW TO WIN AN EPIC INSTRUMENT DONATED BY ROCK SHOP

Starting from the 3rd of May, the champs at the Rockshop are donating one instrument a week to be won, and we're not talking tambourines! All you have to do to get into the draw is tell us via our Facebook and Instagram your favourite New Zealand artist or band, and you're in.

FANCY YOURSELF AS A NZ MUSICIAN PLAYING LIVE?

Everybody's favourite music store, the Rock Shop is, through their associate company KBB Music, putting a grand piano and someone to play it in our store for the event, where it will stay for the duration of NZ Music Month as various luminaries pop in to work the keys. Meanwhile, all of our Glengarry stores will be running nuthin' but Kiwi music for the whole of the month.Here's your opportunity during May. Pop into Glengarry Victoria Park and play your best version on the grand piano donated for the month by KBB Music.

Share your work on your social media, tag glengarrywines and you are in the draw to be our best home grown musician.


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