Aeroplane Music Services moves to Auckland music hub


Aeroplane Music is excited to announce its move to 80 Pitt St, Auckland - a lively location just off Karangahape (K) Rd.

Aeroplane shares the 3-level space with the offices of Flying Nun, Arch Hill Recordings and the new Flying Out record store on street level.

“We love our new neighbourhood – one of the most diverse and creative parts of Auckland and we are thrilled to be part of a musical community with our colleagues Ben Howe and Matthew Davis.” Says owner and founder, Jan Hellriegel.

Aeroplane Music Services is proud to be 100% New Zealand owned and operated.

The company has been operating since July 2012 and offers an array of services from music supervision, licensing and music consultancy to publicity, label services and project management.

Recent music placements include films The Dark Horse, Fresh Meat, The Most Fun You Can Have Dying, Two Little Boys as well as TV shows StepDave, SuperCity, Nothing Trivial and The Brokenwood Mysteries to name a few.

Advertising song synchs include the recent Ford Fiesta commercial featuring Little Bark’s ‘Modern Love’, the Rebel Sport TV campaign featuring the Sheepdogs, Walker & Hall, Meadowfresh, Isuzu and Air NZ.

Aeroplane is proud to represent the Warner Music master catalogue in New Zealand as well as the iconic Flying Nun and Arch Hill labels.

Aeroplane publicity has helped to raise the profiles of many talented and diverse artists such as Andrew Keoghan, Tattletale Saints and The Map Room and has a reputation for fairness, good communications, hard work and pleasing results.

Songbroker was launched early last year and represents artists Goodshirt and Gareth Thomas, Little Bark, Sal Valentine & the Babyshakes, Mika X, Jackie Bristow, Golden Curtain, Swamp Thing and more. Songbroker also has an extensive music library for film and television productions.