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14/03/2017

Neil Watson: Constructed in Jazz

Jazz guitarist and academic Neil Watson has a well-earned reputation as one of Auckland’s go-to sidemen. His played- and ...

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02/03/2017

Alargo: Central Plateau

The debut album by Alargo (the multi-talented, multi-instrumental, multi-faceted duo of Kingsley Melhuish and Alan Brown), ...

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20/02/2017

Mass Spectrometer: Périphérique EP

Founded by Kiwis Michael Canning and Ilmars Gravis in Sheffield in 1999, British avant garde jazz group Mass Spectrometer ...

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16/01/2017

Ross Mullins: The Poet And The Fisherman

This latest album from Devonport musician Ross Mullins and his band The Snaps, has somehow been 17 years in the making, and ...

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21/12/2016

John Key Trio: Back & Forth

First up a bit of clarification: No, this is not our former PM breaking into the music game. This John Key has been on the ...

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14/12/2016

Bruce Brown: Nobody’s Foolin’ Around

An album of originals in the style of Great American Songbook, and like that musical institution the songs here are quietly ...

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26/08/2016

Wellington Heads: Southern Night Sky

The fifth album by soul/blues/jazz band Wellington Heads is a marvellous collaboration between core members Neil Worboys, ...

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Klezmer Rebs: Always A Pleasure

You remember when your mum told you to not judge a book by its cover? Well, the latest album by Wellington band Klezmer Rebs ...

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26/07/2016

Murray McNabb: The Way In Is The Way Out

I have to preface this review by stating that I’m a huge fan of Murray McNabb, and I was ecstatic when I heard that Sarang ...

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