The Queen of Loops, Mihirangi is a musical master of the art of live looping. Renowned as one of the worlds first international touring female loop artists, Mihirangi has inspired audiences across the globe. From concerts in the Arctic to a music clip for Sea Shepherd in the Antarctic, she’s performed in most countries in between. After touring internationally for many years she finally made it home to Aotearoa (NZ) and introduced her country to live looping where she hit the charts and became a household name. A national and international festival favourite, Mihirangi has performed from WOMAD (NZ & AU) to Edinburgh Fringe.

Packing a big punch with the power of a woman whose made a musical difference, her feminine power, freedom and vivacious stage presence is her performance foundation. There isn’t much this songstress doesn’t have in her tool-box of musical magic, weaving live loops of vocals, intricate harmonies, guitar, keyboards, world percussion, beat-boxing, drum machines, and tāonga puoro (traditional Māori instruments) with beats & bass, Mihirangi has her audience laughing, crying, singing along, and goose-bumping all over the dance floor. Never taking herself too seriously, her essential ingredients are her naturalness, infectious laughter and authenticity.

An artist-activist and proud of her roots (Ngāti Rākei, Ngāti Waikorara & Ngāti Pākeha), raised in Kapa Haka (traditional songs and dance), having had a touring musical life with her parents, and with a music degree, this solid background has taken her talent and passion places. A former Sea Shepherd Director & crew member, Greenpeace and WSPA activist, Mihirangi has performed for fellow artist-activists Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Sly and Robbie, Arrested Development, Michael Franti, Lee Scratch Perry, Public Enemy and Alice Cooper.

Make That Soul

The first music video for the single from Mihirangis album titled "Somebody shake the tree".