Supposedly shot in five days for only $423, the first season of award-winning web series High Road introduced lovable loser Terry Huffer, an ex rocker who DJs from a caravan in Piha. Writer/director Justin Harwood created the role for his Piha neighbour Mark Mitchinson (Siege). Two more seasons were funded by NZ On Air. Harwood played in indie bands The Chills and Luna. The show's soundtrack offers classic rock fans much to savour. In 2018 the first three seasons of the web series were recut into one series for Lightbox (now Neon), who then commissioned another season.