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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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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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Features

16/09/2016

After Ours: Into The Sunshine

Directed by Swap Gomez, the video for single See The Light is shot fly-on-the-wall style at a classic Auckland west coast beach home afternoon/evening party gathering. There’s family, food, music, conversations, laughter ...

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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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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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