Alternative original: Tryptofunk of Tauranga

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Dhaivat Mehta and Kingsley Smith the creatives who make up alternative original music and composition team Tryptofunk are regularly releasing new works on their YouTube channel.

ARTbop has been privileged to work with Dhaivat and Kingsley and to publish contributions from them.  Dhaivat had a pivotal role in developing ARTbop alternative as a part of ARTbop. He’s well-known as a slam poet and a poetry event organiser.  Kingsley is a “veteran” rocker and musician and organiser of Rockfest.  He’s made a huge contribution to the local music scene.  He also contributed a particularly insightful article to ARTbop on the benefits in depression of music. Here’s their Tryptofunk official  music video for ABRAXAS and then a couple of their videos published in the last few days.

 

May is New Zealand music month.  Tryptofunk is New Zealand, original and alternative.  Enjoy.

Here’s the link to Kingsley Smith’s ARTbop article on the benefit of music performance

The therapy of music performance

Tryptofunk has a facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/pg/tryptofunk/posts/ 

 

Rosemary Balu.           Rosemary Balu is the founding and current Managing Editor of ARTbop. Rosemary has arts and law degrees from the University of Auckland. She has been a working lawyer and has participated in a wide variety of community activities where information gathering, submission writing, community advocacy and education have been involved. Interested in all forms of the arts since childhood Rosemary is focused on further developing and expanding multi-media ARTbop as the magazine for all the creative arts in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.

 

 

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DOREEN McNEILL’S SOLO EXHIBITION AT THE INCUBATOR OPENS TOMORROW WEDNESDAY AT 5.30PM
 
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Join  Doreen McNeill artist and long-time Friends of Tauranga Art Gallery member at The Incubator, next Wednesday 24 April, to celebrate the opening of an exhibition of her new works and her 90th birthday

Gary Baseman & Friends at the Tauranga Art Gallery 

https://www.artgallery.org.nz/exhibitions

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The Art Lounge is now located in Willow Street next to High St Boutique.  You’ll also find The Nourished Eatery and the Tauranga Art Gallery.   The Art Lounge is a private dealer gallery where you will find a wide selection of art and creativity.  They also have workshops and art focused lessons.     https://www.theartloungenz.com

COMING UP ON ARTbop

We have a conversation with artisan, bespoke silver jeweller Barb Hudson of BarisaA visit to Morrinsville A day out at the Cambridge Autumn Festival and the Maadi Cup street paradeDoing the Lions Te Puna Quarry Autumn Festival with artist and creative Nicci Baxter

And my Sunday down on the Strand at the Jazz Festival Afternoon tea at the ever-consistent and yummy The Dry Dock!

 
 
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