And the winners are…

Jay Knight – Train Of Thought (ft. Raiza Biza & Times X Two) [NZ]
Smooth chilled beats from YGB beatmaker Jay Knight, this one treated with some Raiza Biza and some Times X Two.
http://jayxknight.bandcamp.com/track/train-of-thought-feat-raiza-biza-times-x-two

Joe Blossom – Tyger Tyger [NZ]
A little bit spaced out and chilled, a little bit groovy pop song, and its tough to know where one ends and the other begins. This track is apparently inspired by the poetry of William Blake, nice!
http://joeblossom.bandcamp.com/track/tyger-tyger

Kittens Of The Internet – Living The Dream [NZ]
They call it ‘dream-pop’, I call it the best damn band name I have heard in a long time. Whatever its called it is catchy and very now, as are kittens and the internet I guess.

Quasimoto – Planned Attack
Alter ego of produced Madlib, Quasimoto hasn’t been releasing music since 2005. This one comes out of nowhere and is a very strong preview for Quas’ full length out June 18th called ‘Yessir Whatever’.

Short Stories – On The Way
Koreless and SBTRKT’s Sampha team up to form Short Stories, this single hopefully a preview of what to come from the two. If this doesn’t get you moving or at least bobbing your head then you aint human.

Transistors – Your Life Could Be So Easy [NZ]
New Zealand garage rock at its finest here, catchy lyrics and breakneck speed help to make this one a classic from the Christchurch three-piece.

Best of the Rest:
Chet Faker – I’m Into You
ChromadaData – BestofSynth
Frightened Rabbit – Backyard Skulls
Ghost Wave – Here She Comes [NZ]
Newtown Rocksteady – Jem’s Tune [NZ]
Skaters – I Wanna Dance (But I Don’t Know How)
Supervillains RMC – Durham Lane [NZ]
The Black Keys – Sister
The Black Seeds – Don’t Turn Around [NZ]