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23/03/2017

Tweed: Tightly Knit Sounds

Sparingly strummed mandolin and delicate French horn introduce ‘High-Brow Blues’, the debut album from Auckland alternative ...

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22/03/2017

Kiwi Folk Legend Phil Garland Has Died

Folk musician and researcher Phil Garland died on March 15th, aged 75. A founding member of the Christchurch Folk Club, ...

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21/03/2017

Fresh Talent: Bobandii

Hailing originally from Warkworth, Bobandii is a one man project inspired by acts like Chance The Rapper and Bon Iver. Silas ...

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03/03/2017

Nadia Reid: Turning Towards The Light

It’s little more than a year since the last glowing international reviews of Nadia Reid’s PledgeMe-funded first album, ...

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27/02/2017

Lydia Cole: Undefined Horizon

There’s a strong visual link between Lydia Cole’s 2012 debut album and this year’s sophomore release, textured, messed-with ...

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31/01/2017

Guy Wishart Wins 2017 Folk Tui

Up against some strong competition from violin-loop fusionist Graeme James and songwriter Luke Thompson, it was the highly ...

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20/01/2017

Miles Calder & The Rumours: Self-titled

From the opening harmonica/acoustic guitar bars of the first track, through to the haunting notes of the final reprise, this ...

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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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05/01/2017

Albi And The Wolves: One Eye Open

Traditional yet refreshingly modern, Albi And The Wolves’ debut album blends a diverse range of genres including folk, ...

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