Posted by Jessie
Beautiful Surrender Video

This week’s Throw Back Thursday hails from the golden age of March 2012. This awesome band (then known as “Ashei”) put together a wee crowdfunding campaign to create a music video for their song, “Beautiful Surrender”. Without even playing the […]

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Posted by Sam
HARD Work Pays Off

Dunedin-based music act Girl on Girl Action recently exceeded their $5000 PledgeMe project to get their new EP, ‘HARD’ recorded in a studio. Band members, Elena and Pania, now have the opportunity to record five fantastic songs, which draw on […]

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Posted by Megan
Minuit & Giftwrapped Bananas

Minuit, a well known Kiwi band, have been working on their latest album. They wanted to get about 200 copies of the album pressed on oldschool vinyl and needed 40 peeps help to do it. They hit double their target […]

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Posted by Anna
My Big Fat Gypsy Fever

Nigel is a bit of a force to be reckoned with – he’s a multi talented musician, DJ, producer, tour organiser/booker, and general all-around awesome guy. And now, he’s turned his hand to balkan / gypsy music. We’re big fans […]

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Posted by Megan
Helen Dennis Success!

Helen Dennis raised enough money to finish off her album of Christian praise and worship songs. She needed a little extra money to help finish her project, which included mixing and mastering, artwork and replication. A massive 57 pledgers helped her […]

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Posted by Anna
Big Sing was Sung

Liz Kirkman came to PledgeMe to help fund her vocal training in the UK and Italy – and she managed to meet her goal with the help of 68 lovely pledgers. She’s just gotten back from her trip, so we […]

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Posted by Anna
Fuyuko’s Fables are a’mixing

Fuyuko’s Fables funded their album a few weeks back. We asked Jeremy about their experience, and this is what he came back with: What did you like about pledgeme? Everyone was very helpful with setting up the project and tips. […]

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Posted by Anna
Need to Know Music Video released

K-Lab received NZ on Air funding to produce his music video – but he still needed $2,000 to make it happen. So, he went to his crowd of supporters with some pretty awesome rewards and got crowfunding. Our favourite reward […]

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