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15/11/2016

Waiora: Te Puaotanga o te Ao

'Te Puaotanga o te Ao' ('The Dawn of a New Day') is the debut album of Waiora, featuring taonga puoro performer Horomona ...

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26/08/2016

Wellington Heads: Southern Night Sky

The fifth album by soul/blues/jazz band Wellington Heads is a marvellous collaboration between core members Neil Worboys, ...

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Klezmer Rebs: Always A Pleasure

You remember when your mum told you to not judge a book by its cover? Well, the latest album by Wellington band Klezmer Rebs ...

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26/07/2016

Murray McNabb: The Way In Is The Way Out

I have to preface this review by stating that I’m a huge fan of Murray McNabb, and I was ecstatic when I heard that Sarang ...

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26/04/2016

Phil Broadhurst: A Tui For His Dedication

Auckland based jazz pianist Phil Broadhurst won this year’s NZ Music Awards’ Jazz Tui for the third album in his loosely ...

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18/04/2016

Jhan Lindsay: Household Essentials

Wellington-based multi-instrumentalist and music teacher Jhan Lindsay saw the release of her debut album ‘Jhan Lindsay ...

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10/04/2016

Jhan Lindsay & the Chattelaines: S/T

Jhan Lindsay by Jhan Lindsay and The Chattelaines Seventeen years in the making (according to her press), the debut album ...

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04/04/2016

Superhero Second Line: Better Second Line

Better Second Line by Superhero Second Line Chances are, if you live in Auckland and have been in the CBD late afternoon/evening ...

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15/12/2015

Glen Wagstaff: Firefly

'Firefly' is the debut album of Christchurch composer Glen Wagstaff along with the Christchurch-based Symposium Jazz Orchestra. ...

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