2018 Who Loves Who Competition is now closed.
We will keep you updated via our Social Media and website for when the winners will be announced. Stay tuned!
The Who Loves Who Competition is a chance for year 9 to 13 students to celebrate New Zealand music by recording their own unique and evocative interpretation of a New Zealand song.
This competition is Supported by a Music Grant from Recorded Music NZ. We are opening this competition early this year to allow more time for YOU to get into it, play with ideas and think outside the square…
The first place getter receives a day’s recording session at a professional studio of their choice. All finalists will get their tracks mastered by Kog Studio mastering wizard, Chris Chetland, to be released on a Who Loves Who Competition album.
Play It Strange and Recorded Music NZ are proud to announce the winners of the 2017 Who Loves Who Competition.
The winner is:
Matthew Beardsworth (pictured) - Te Aho O Te Kura Pounamu - with his interpretation of Goldenhorse’s 'Maybe Tomorrow'.
Aisling Baker/Zosia Herlihy-O'Brien ' Higher' Baradene College; Ak
Andrew Isdale ft. Jia Dua 'Maybe' Lynfield College; Ak
Ben Hayward and Cam Livingstone 'My House' Bayfield High School
Cameron Halberg 'Venus' Liston College; Ak
Campbell Mackenzie 'The Silence' Ak Grammar
Danica Bryant 'Taller Than God' Napier Girls High
Elena Cooper 'Fast Times In Tahoe" Mahurangi College
Helena Lunt 'Green Light' Albany Senior High
Irisha Inamke and Rachel Clarke 'Dirty Love' Lynfield College
Jason Crombach 'My House' Sancta Maria Coll; Ak
Kura Turuwhenua and Joanna Kuri 'Poi E' Baradene College; Ak
Lara Miranda, Wenting Gu and Emily Carr 'Sway' Baradene College; Ak
Levi Sarah and Sam Furness 'Special' Albany Senior High
Ngawai Tia 'Don't Dream It's Over' Nelson College For Girls
Olivia Luxon 'Inside Out' Diocesan School For Girls
Rachel Greene 'Lanterns' Palm North Girls High
Riley Popham 'Expecting To Fly' Mahurangi College
Stella Fogorelli (Renner — Allen) 'Heavenly Pop Hit' Western Springs College
Thailesha Tamapolu, Rose Faautaga, Karen Polamalu, Chantelle D'Souza & Kalo Latu 'Kings and Queen' Lynfield College; Ak