Flicks, Daniel Rutledge
It’s fascinating seeing the early days of the band and hearing recollections of the haphazard, boozy start of it all. This version of events is quite different from the clinically calculated success SIX60 has been accused of un-artistically manufacturing by various media commentators over the years.
There’s also a quintessentially Kiwi feel to it all, with a lot of te ao Māori, a lot of rugby, a lot of Otago Uni student hijinks, and even some heartland farming all rightfully a part of this story. No matter how you feel about SIX60, getting an understanding of their achievements along with an understanding of where they all came from is sure to instill some warm national pride in most viewers.Full review