Six60 paid our rent for a year
“There's nothing better than running through the house singing a song, and instead of saying ‘Shut up! You’re making noise’, they join in with you.”
Last year, SIX60 returned to Dunedin to buy their iconic Castle Street flat. To help give the next generation of Ōtepoti/Dunedin musicians a head start, they also teamed up with the University of Otago to establish the Six60 Scholarship. The grant offers students with an interest in music and performing arts to live in the iconic Dunedin residence rent free for a year.
Re: went and talked to the first-ever recipients of the scholarship Emily, Teone, Sam , and TJ. They show us their life in Dunedin, who’s the worst cook in the flat, and share their passion for music.
In partnership with University of Otago. Applications for the SIX60 scholarship close July 31.
19-year-old musician and first-time voter Church, from Church & AP, speaks to Winston Peters.
“Every iwi has their own way of reciting their pepeha.”
“We do have some good guys, we do have some bad guys but both feed off the same energy.”