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Interviews

30/05/2016

Hollie Smith: Nothing To Lose

It’s been a decade since Hollie Smith bounded into the nation’s view with that song about bathing outdoors, and nine years since the release of her debut album ‘Long Player’ – which went on to win her a set of four ...

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Interviews

20/02/2019

Industry Types: Publicist Anna Loveys

In this social media age musicians have never been closer to their fans. Still, behind many artists there is an industrious publicist helping them to connect with potential fans via placements across a variety of media platforms. ...

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Interviews

08/01/2019

Industry Types: Music Journalists Sarah Gooding & Nick Fulton

With the rise of blogging, social media, and streaming, as well as increasingly more cuts in staff at news media outlets, music journalism is in a precarious position, you could argue. In spite of this uncertain future, freelance ...

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Interviews

28/11/2018

Industry Types: Anthony Healey (APRA)

The Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) is a copyright collective representing Australian and New Zealand composers, lyricists, and music publishers. Sam Smith spoke with NZ's head of APRA, Anthony Healey, ...

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Interviews

09/11/2018

Industry Types: Andrea Clark – Owner of Galatos

In this new series, Sam Smith talks to some of the people who work in the local music industry, discussing their role and some of the issues facing the music industry in New Zealand. These are the people who often work behind ...

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News

30/08/2018

2018 APRA Silver Scroll Awards: Everything You Need To Know

As of this morning, we know all finalists for the 2018 APRA Silver Scroll Award, Maioha Award, SOUNZ Contemporary Award, APRA Best Original Music In A Series and APRA Best Original Music In A Feature Film. The music of the ...

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12/07/2018

2018 Silver Scroll Award – The Top 20

APRA has announced the top 20 finalists for the 2018 Silver Scroll Award. The annual award recognises outstanding songwriting, as voted for by fellow Kiwi composers and songwriters. The semi-finalists (list and Spotify ...

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News

14/12/2017

2018 Best Folk Artist Finalists

Recorded Music has announced Reb Fountain, Albi & The Wolves and Candice Milner as finalists for the 2018 Best Folk Artist Tui. They will be celebrated at the Auckland Folk Festival 2018 on January 28 where the award ...

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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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News

21/07/2016

Silver Scrolls 2016 Top 20

APRA has announced the top 20 finalists for the Silver Scrolls 2016, alongside a request to all of their members to cast their vote. The award recognises outstanding songwriting, as voted for by fellow Kiwi songwriters ...

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MUSIC (4)

Miniatures

Jessamines

22/12/2017

P.H.F.

9mm

06/04/2017

BLACK RIVER DRIVE

Quicksand

15/11/2016

Mark de Clive Lowe

Church

09/07/2014

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Lessons

06/07/2016

X-Factory: Disclosure feat. Lorde – Magnets

25-year old Guy Lawrence is surfing a wave of popularity with his 22-year old brother Howard. The U.K. powerhouse EDM duo Disclosure has worked with some big names in pop, from Sam Smith to The Weeknd, to Mary J. Blige. One ...

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Finding Your Voice

30/01/2019

Finding Your Voice: Finding The Alternative

In the latest incarnation of A Star Is Born, we are presented with the tropes of self-destructive, addicted and tortured singer/songwriter (Jackson, played by Bradley Cooper) and up-and-coming, manipulated and manufactured ...

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Deep Thinking

25/10/2018

Deep Thinking: Sidney Carton’s Steps

This Deep Thinking piece is a solo bass tune with a nod in the direction of Charles Dickens (a ‘nod’ being the important word…). I would like to say it is a ‘far, far’ harder piece than the last piece we looked ...

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Deep Thinking

07/09/2018

Deep Thinking: Sidney Carton’s Steps

This Deep Thinking piece is a solo bass tune with a nod in the direction of Charles Dickens (a ‘nod’ being the important word…). I would like to say it is a ‘far, far’ harder piece than the last piece we looked ...

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Finding Your Voice

23/07/2018

Finding Your Voice: The Yoga Of Voice

This column investigates and celebrates the connection between the physical body, spirit and sound. I combine vocal warm-ups with yoga. Or, you could say my yoga practice incorporates a vocal warm-up. Attending official ...

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