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Industry

14/03/2017

Jess Haugh: Women About Sound

A group of local musicians have announced the launch of Women About Sound, a project aiming to help more New Zealand women to develop and record their own music. The project is led by Jess Haugh, who performs as alter ...

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Interviews

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 recorded-with credits traverse ground as varied as the Finn brothers, Tami Neilson, the Auckland Philharmonia ...

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Moments Like These

16/12/2015

Moments Like These: Chris Priestley

Chris Priestley is a musician who has been pivotal in the Auckland folk music scene for over three decades. He is equally a business entrepreneur and culture creator. One of the founders of Real Groovy Records, he moved ...

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Interviews

09/06/2006

dDub: The Dawn of dDub

'Awake At Dawn' is the name Auckland six-piece dDub have given their long awaited first album. It is a milestone for the members of the hardworking group who have spent the past six years defining their sound; moulding elements ...

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Industry

31/07/2015

Industry: Musexpo & Canadian Music Week 2015

'A Kiwi amongst the Kangaroos' was how currently Melbourne-based songwriter Lisa Crawley introduced this account of her recent time spent attending a pair of major early summer North American music industry extravanganzas, ...

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News

24/04/2017

Final Bi-Monthly Issue Of NZ Musician

After close to 30 years of publication NZ Musician Magazine has today released its final bi-monthly issue. Rather than continue publishing as a regular print title NZ Musician will henceforth be a digital entity, offering ...

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MUSIC (2)

Ross Mullins

The Poet And The Fisherman

16/01/2017

Micheil Reid

The Storm

15/11/2016

LESSONS (30)

Finding Your Voice

16/03/2018

Finding your Voice: Voice Damage – It Cuts Like A Knife

In a recent Guardian article, Bernhard Warner asked, “Why do stars like Adele keep losing their voice?” Expanding on that he observed: “More and more singers are cancelling big shows and turning to surgery to fix their ...

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Finding Your Voice

04/03/2014

Finding Your Voice: The Road to Recovery

The road to recovery from vocal damage – picking yourself up, dusting yourself off and singing all over again. NZM's wonderful Finding Your Voice columnist Caitlin Smith offers helpful remedy tips from her own experiences. It's ...

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Finding Your Voice

06/03/2013

Finding Your Voice: Totally Wired! Energy and Voice

Let’s hit the ground running and discuss the ‘energy’ required when singing – which kind and how much. There are so many different flavours, colours and amounts of energy that each song, setting and context requires. ...

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Finding Your Voice

10/06/2019

Finding Your Voice: Just Keep Swimming

Just keep swimming: A hero's quest. ‘If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what good am I? If not now, when?’ – The Talmud One of our jobs as artists is to share our talents/voice/perspective ...

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Finding Your Voice

09/05/2019

Finding Your Voice: I Wanna Take You Higher

One of the most prevalent myths about singing is that singing high is difficult. As a consequence, we develop fears and dysfunctions around this that make singing high difficult. I'd like to debunk this myth and allow you ...

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Photo Galleries

27/05/2019

Folk At The Bunker, May 26, 2019

Photographer Trevor Villers climbed a mountain for some music at the Bunker in Auckland's Devonport on Sunday, May 26. "This was a particularly nice way to while away a Sunday night, up by the fireside at the Bunker. Some ...

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