Nathan Haines Profile

aka Sci-clone
Murray Cammick
28 May 2013

Nathan Haines has shown the creative drive to record a series of albums and play saxophone in varied settings from hip-hop to drum and bass to acoustic jazz – building an audience locally and abroad.

Haines released Vermillion Skies on March 29, 2013 in New Zealand and a few weeks later his prior album Poet’s Embrace was released by Warner UK on May 6, 2013, on vinyl as well as CD.

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Nathan Haines in the studio with his son, 2017
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Nathan Haines, 1999
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Lady J (Video Mix)
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Nathan Haines in Cause Celebre 1995
Photo credit: Simon Grigg
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Nathan Haines Family Album documentary (2005)
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Nathan Haines
Photo credit: Simon Grigg collection
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Pauly Fuemana, Nathan Haines, Parnell, Auckland, October 1995
Photo credit: Photo by Simon Grigg
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Heaven and Earth 15-3-10 Radio Wammo Show
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Interview with Nathan Haines, 30 March 1995. Directed by Ross Cunningham. Directed by Ross Cunningham, DOP Mike Monten, edited by Gregor Boyd, art by Johnnie Pain. Huh! Records.
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Nathan Haines at the Civic Theatre, Auckland, 2001
Photo credit: Simon Grigg collection
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The Samsung Naked Sessions - Part 1 of 2
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Nathan Haines in a 1994 Shift Left photo shoot outtake
Photo credit: Photo by Karl Pierard. Simon Grigg Collection
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Nathan with producer (and Upper Hutt Posse manager) George Hubbard, 1995
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Nathan Haines
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Nathan Haines, London, 1999
Photo credit: Photo by Kerry Brown
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Pathway feat. Kevin Mark Trail
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Nathan Haines in New York in the mid-1990s
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Beda
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The Samsung Naked Sessions - Part 2 of 2
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Doot Dude
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Hidden Fortress (feat. Kevin Mark Trail) (2016)
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A Nathan Haines Shift Left photoshoot outtake
Photo credit: Photo by Karl Pierard. Simon Grigg collection.
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The 2003 Squire For Hire cover 
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Manuel Bundy, Nathan Haines, Sani Sagala on the Shift Left tour, Queenstown, 1995
Photo credit: Photo by Simon Grigg
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Tell Me What You're Feeling
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Kevin Field, Joel Haines and Nathan Haines
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Nathan Haines & The Enforcers, Cause Celebre, Auckland circa 1994. Murray McNabb is to the left.
Photo credit: Karl Pierard
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Nathan Haines in New York in the mid-1990s
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Daryn Karaitiana, Kevin Field, Nathan Haines, Sani Sagala on the Shift Left tour, Queenstown, 1995
Photo credit: Photo by Simon Grigg
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Lady Lwya (live at London's Lovebuzz Studios, 2014)
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Ancestral Dance
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Nathan Haines and the Enforcers, Auckland Town Hall, July 1994 with Sani Sagala AKA Dei Hamo on vocals/raps
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Huh!


Haven Music


Chillifunk

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Trivia:

Nathan and his wife Jamie often DJ together, with Nathan playing as part of the performance, as Mr & Mrs Haines.

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