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The Chills Perform 'Kaleidoscope World' - UTR Trash Recital Episode 3

The Chills Perform 'Kaleidoscope World' - UTR Trash Recital Episode 3

Sports Team / C.C. / Thursday 3rd June, 2021 10:04AM

We're stoked to share the third episode of our new web series created in collaboration with the talented gang at Sports Team: UTR Trash Recital!

For each episode of Trash Recital we've invited some of our favourite Aotearoa artists into the UTR studios to perform one of their signature songs, re-created using everyday items selected from a treasure trove of literal trash, collected by Sports Team from Tāmaki Makaurau's finest op shops / second hand stores. Trash Recital not only provides a launchpad for stunning reimaginings of recent classic tunes, but also the perfect opportunity for a chinwag with our local musical heroes.

As subtly hinted last time, our third episode stars none other than Dunedin legend Martin Phillipps and the full current lineup of The Chills! They've just concluded a nationwide tour celebrating the release of their internationally acclaimed seventh album Scatterbrain. The Chills gang of Phillipps, Todd Knudson, Erica Scally, Oli Wilson and Callum Hampton squeezed in behind the Trash Recital desk to treat us to a brand new version of their hands down classic 'Kaleidoscope World', played using such everyday items as a hair dryer and an egg slice, and chatted about the origins of the iconic song. Enjoy episode number three right here and stay glued to your seat for episode four in a fortnight's time...

Video credits:

DOP: Callum Devlin
Editor: Callum Devlin
Title Animator: Annabel Kean
Sound Engineer: Ruby Walsh
Sound Mix: Ruby Walsh
Theme Tune: Callum Devlin
Project Manager: Annabel Kean
Production Team: Sports Team

UTR Production Team: Daryl Fincham & Chris Cudby

Special thanks to Bob Frisbee

Made with support from NZ On Air

'Scatterbrain' is out now via Fire Records.


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