18 MAR 2023

10:32’s sound draws on influences from jazz, hip hop, breakbeat, house, RnB, and the use of analogue synths, effect-drenched vocals, grooves and breakdowns - think Hiatus Kaiyote, D’Angelo and Erykah Badu. Since debuting at the Isle of Wight Festival in 2018, 10:32 have toured internationally with sessions, shows, broadcasts and festivals in the UK, Aotearoa, Australia and the USA. As well as opening for SIX60, they released their successful single ‘Seedling’ with award-winning artist Troy Kingi - a celebrated EP AEQUUS ANIMUS - and performed at RNZ, Electric Brixton, NZ’s National Jazz Festival and UK's revered Ronnie Scott’s.

While brilliant together, each member of 10:32 also boasts an impressive individual resume. Bridget has been touring with UK bands since 2013 and has performed at Glastonbury, Boomtown, Latitude, Subsonic, Edinburgh Fringe, Cuba Dupa and the Auckland Arts Festival. Lyle Barton (London / piano, keyboard, synths) plays with artists including Emma-Jean Thackray, Matters and Nala Sinephro - and Radovan Brtko (Slovakia / drums, percussion) is a highly sought-after drummer, producer and DJ. “Coffee Shop Girl” is made with the help of NZ on Air.

Catch 10:32 in venues and coffee shops around Aotearoa throughout March in Auckland, Wellington, Raglan, Nelson and Kāpiti.

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Last updated: 24 February 2023