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19/04/2017

Jeshel: Self-titled

Wellington-based American Jeshel Forrester has had an intriguing career in and out of the music industry, recording country ...

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30/03/2017

Neil Watson: Studies In Tubular

Guitarist Neil Watson’s latest album is a confection of funky rock/soul/jazz, with a little bit of blues/country thrown ...

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27/03/2017

Ryan Johansen: The Balladeer and the Mountain EP

Predominantly just voice and acoustic guitar, this is gentle, folky, slightly country outings across all five tracks, with ...

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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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10/03/2017

Tony Daunt: Trouble Is My Middle Name

Among the 30 or so tattoos that decorate Tony Daunt is a colourful rendition of a Gretsch hollow body electric guitar, mostly ...

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21/02/2017

Miles Calder and the Rumours

Wellington-based Miles Calder And The Rumours released their debut album in October 2016, five years after playing their ...

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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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30/11/2016

Phil Doublet: Endless Highway

From the opening notes it’s abundantly clear where Phil Doublet's allegiances lie. The tone and sheen of a Nashville production ...

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