Noah Slee

Berlin-based, New Zealand artist Noah Slee combines traditional soul influences whilst experimenting with
electronic production, blending an array of genres ranging from future beats, contemporary soul, progressive
RnB to indie-electronica. Slee is a multifaceted identity: as a musician, artist, producer, director, Pacific Islander,
and an LGBTQ+ member. Slee’s forthcoming sophomore album it takes a village set for release mid 2022 focuses
on the importance of community, a recurring theme that has been present throughout Noah’s life.

Slee grew up in a large family and first began performing alongside his eight siblings doing Polynesian floor shows honoring their Tongan roots. During high school, he and several friends formed the funky, energetic band Spacifix in order to enter the 2003 Smokefree Pacifica Beats competition, which they ended up winning. The group made a go of it over the next several years, charting the national single, „Sunshine Day,“ from their lone 2006 album and supporting major acts like Christina Aguilara and UB40. By the decade’s end, they’d moved to Brisbane where in 2011, they released their final single in 2011.

After Spacifix called it quits, Manukia headed to Europe where he eventually became enmeshed in Berlin’s thriving arts scene. Recasting himself as Noah Slee, he developed a sound that pulled from smooth soul, laid-back electronica and experimental R&B, delivering his first EP, To Your Inner Hippie & Cos You Fly as Fuck, in 2016. His mix of modern sounds and vintage funkiness found an audience and he made his full-length debut a year later, enlisting collaborators like beatmaker Jordan Rakei and American singer Georgia Anne Muldrow. Over the next two years, Slee kept up a steady stream of singles including „Reality,“ Soulflower,“ and the FHAT collaboration „Do That.“ His first album Otherland was released in 2017 and second EP, TWICE, appeared in late 2019. it takes a village is set for release end of April 2022.

Latest Release: Golden (feat. Joy Denalane) – Single





Next Tour – it takes a village Europe Tour


28.04.2022   |   London   |    TICKETS

06.05.2022   |    Munich   |    TICKETS

07.05.2022   |    Prague   |    on sale soon

08.05.2022   |    Vienna   |    TICKETS

10.05.2022   |    Amsterdam   |    TICKETS

11.05.2022   |    Cologne   |    TICKETS

12.05.2022   |    Hamburg   |    TICKETS

05.06.2022   |    Berlin   |    TICKETS