In the media

Electric Kids Music – sharing our “Taku Kuru Pounamu” lullaby

May, 2024

Otago Daily Times – “Spreading language through performance”

May, 2024

The New Zealand Herald – “Kea Kids: New tracks from Suzy Cato and Loopy Tunes will have you singing, and signing!”

October, 2023

What Now – ‘Toro Like A Kakīroa’ performance

September, 2023

Kindie Rock Stars (Patrick Adams) – Season 4, Episode 18 – Loopy Tunes Music

June, 2023

Pacific Media Network News – “Sister songwriter duo release Tongan Christmas lullaby” by Khalia Strong, including interview with John Pulu

November, 2022 – “Pasifika encouraged to give te Māori a go” by Christine Rovoi

September, 2022

What Now – ‘The Māui Dolphin’ performance

May, 2022
* episode no longer available *

Pacific Days with Brian interview – “Sister duo’s fun lemony song for kids”

April, 2022 – “Spring tunes from Formidable Vegetable, Loopy Tunes and Big Idea Committee” article by Jeffrey Cohen

April, 2022

PMN Tonga Education interview with John Pulu

September, 2021

Pacific Media Network article – “Loopy Tunes celebrate Tongan Language Week online during lockdown”

September, 2021

NZ Musician Magazine article – “Loopy Tunes Preschool Music: 10 Albums, 10 Languages, 10 Songs”

July, 2021

What Now – ‘Ngā Whetū o Matariki’ performance

June, 2021
* episode no longer available *

Ministry for Pacific Peoples News Stories – “Music creates environmental awareness” article by Michelle Curran

June, 2021

Te Ao Māori News TV interview – “Māori waiata finalist in children’s music awards”

May, 2021

Benny Time Music podcast interview – “The impossible beauty of a loopy tune”

March, 2021 – “‘Never too late’ to learn te reo Māori, Christchurch singing sisters say” article by Jody OCallaghan

September, 2019

Touchstone Magazine – “Homegrown Talent” article by Michael Lemanu

August, 2019