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02/07/2016

Holly Christina: Five And Live

‘Five And Live’ was released in May 2015 by HCM. The title of Holly Christina ’s fifth album alludes to the fact ...

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30/06/2016

Guy Wishart: West By North

On his fifth solo album Guy Wishart reveals an evident admiration for the music of US rocker Chris Isaak, he of Wicked Game ...

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28/06/2016

Silent Invisible Radiation: The Difficulties Working in The 4th Dimension

Silent Invisible Radiation is the brainchild of Neil MacKay (ex-bass player of the legendary Loop – and the somewhat ...

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26/06/2016

Apera: The Operator EP

Cleanly strummed guitar rhythms, lilting lead lines and smoothly delivered vocals are the foundation of ‘The Operator’ ...

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23/06/2016

Jocee Tuck: Mt Dora

Jocee Tuck’s sweet, light voice is approachable and kind, reminiscent of Ingrid Michaelson or Regina Spektor. There’s ...

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21/06/2016

My Baby: Shamanaid

My Baby‘s sophomore album was released in early 2015 on Amsterdam label Embrace Recordings. The trio of Cato van Dyke, ...

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Fake Empire: Fracture EP

Fake Empire’s digitally released EP, ‘Fracture’, displays a smorgasbord of ambient textures alongside delicately programmed ...

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10/06/2016

Threat.Meet.Protocol: Mindless Consumption

Threat.Meet.Protocol‘s ‘Mindless Consumption’, an album by the drums/keyboard/bass punk trio from Tauranga, is Muzai ...

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26/05/2016

Lilah: Christmas

If being completely carried away and coated in a disconnected reality is something you like to feel while listening to music, ...

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