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Interviews

02/05/2012

Nathan Haines: Embracing The Analogue

'The Poet’s Embrace' is impressively Nathan Haines’ eighth studio album, a feat all the more remarkable when you consider that he is barely 40-years old. The all-instrumental album has itself impressed, even making it ...

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Interviews

13/07/2018

Kevin Haines: Playing Bass Now & Then

Kevin Haines is a double bass player who has played in the New Zealand jazz scene for over 50 years. After a long and continuing career Haines now also teaches at the Auckland University School of Music. He currently plays ...

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Mixtapes

12/03/2021

Alae’s Mixtape

Celebrating the release of Auckland pop darlings Alae ’s brand new single, Said Too Much, and the release of its video (posted below for your enjoyment), NZM invited frontman Alex Farrell-Davey to curate a mixtape of some ...

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Ex-Pat Files

07/01/2019

Ex-pat Files: Blair Jollands

London-based Kiwi singer/songwriter Blair Jollands has been described as having a ‘country and eastern’ sound. Comparisons drawn with Nick Cave, Bowie and Beck tell you that his song compositions, voice and recordings ...

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Interviews

16/10/2018

Q & A: Latinaotearoa

As so neatly encapsulated in that combo handle, Latinaotearoa is about blending Kiwi music influences with those of the colourful cultures of South America – meaning they overlay soul, jazz and hip hop with Latin funk. ...

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News

22/08/2019

2019 APRA Silver Scroll Award Finalists

The five songs left in the running to win the 2019 APRA Silver Scroll Award were announced today, with pop, hip hop, alt-folk and jazz all in the mix.  There’s a strong ring of the ABCs of songwriting about the shortlist ...

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News

05/04/2018

2018 National Jazz Youth Competition

With 320 students from 21 secondary schools, the 2018 National Youth Jazz Competition held in Tauranga from March 28-30, featured the most competitors in its 41-year history. Judges Dr Rodger Fox from New Zealand School ...

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