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Audiosauce is New Zealand ex-pat producer Miles Tilly. Miles is a veteran of the NZ music scene, having released 2 critically acclaimed albums through Capital Records, ‘Diversecity’ in 2002 and ‘Contimental Drift’ in 2004. The latter was a finalist for best Dance/ Electronica release in the 2005 NZ Music Awards. No stranger to awards by this stage, Audiosauce had previously won a Special Commendation for Animation, Kodak Music Clip Awards 200 for their clip “Be Bo” and made it to the finals of the 2003 Heineken Found at Thirst DJ/producer competition. Now we are proud to present the long awaited 3rd album ‘Soul Fiesta’, where his hip-hop, breaks & DnB infused electronica takes on a latin & jazz flavour.

Write-up on ‘Contimental Drift’ from 2004:

“Wellington-based Miles Tilly aka Audiosauce has been a busy man over the last two years since the release of his debut ‘Diversecity’.

He has completed two videos with animator Paul Herschell, including the award winning “Bee Bo” (Special Commendation for Animation, Kodak Music Clip Awards 2003) and made it to the finals of the 2003 Heineken Found at Thirst DJ/producer competition. But most bizarrely, a track was licensed to a Japanese advertising firm for use with a milk carton commercial…

Wellington-based Miles Tilly aka Audiosauce has been a busy man over the last two years since the release of ‘Diversecity’, the first Audiosauce album and Capital Records’ first single artist release, back in July 2002. Work began in August 2002, a mere six weeks after the release of his first album, with ‘Contimental Drift’ being envisioned by Miles as a more varied piece than ‘Diversecity’.

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