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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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07/03/2017

Catherine Tunks: The Beautiful Dreamers (Part One) EP

If you haven’t heard of Catherine Tunks before or seen her perform this EP may feel a little disjointed. With five tracks, ...

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03/03/2017

Kiri Eriwata: Muse and Memorabilia

A self-taught musician and polished vocalist, Kiri Eriwata’s debut album was produced and recorded by Neil Baldock at Roundhead ...

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01/03/2017

The River Jesters: Beautiful Mire

If you’re listening to The River Jesters’ ‘Beautiful Mire’ for the first time, ready yourself to be cunningly welcomed ...

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01/02/2017

Hopetoun Brown: Look So Good

Only a year ago Hopetoun Brown (aka Supergroove’s horn section of Tim Stewart and Nick Atkinson) released their first album ...

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27/01/2017

Troy Kingi & The Electric Haka Boogie: Guitar Party at Uncle’s Bach

After picking up the guitar at an early age and learning how to play a host of other instruments by ear, Troy Kingi formed ...

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24/01/2017

Bonfire Baby EP: Self-titled EP

Even describing themselves as rock/soul/blues/country/pop is deceptive of Bonfire Baby in some ways. There are all those ...

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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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11/01/2017

Jake Stokes: Before We’re All Dead EP

With a studio and a live album already released, Brit-born Wellington blues-rock guitarist/vocalist Jake Stokes returns with ...

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