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15/08/2015

Princess Chelsea: The Great Cybernetic Depression

Auckland electronic space pop chanteuse  (and classically trained pianist) Chelsea Nikkel (Princess Chelsea) gained a large ...

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Gatherer: Heavy Hail

Gatherer moved to Melbourne some seven years ago. This, the band's second album, is a startling synthesis of well thought ...

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Quail State: Volcanic Hazards of Auckland

Jono Aidney serves up a meticulously crafted collection of songs here. It's been in gestation for a while, and it's obvious ...

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15/06/2015

Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love

Ruban Nielson has been quietly taking over the world for the last couple of years. For those waiting on him to drop his third ...

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Surf City: Jekyll Island

In many ways the third album release from Surf City continues where they left off with 2013's 'We Knew It Was Not Going To ...

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15/02/2015

The Psychs: Supa Colour

With almost two years from recording to release, it's safe to say that The Psychs' debut album has been long awaited. Recorded ...

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Macombee And The Absolute Truth: No Man’s Land

Eccentric and intricate Sarah Macombee, aka Macombee and The Absolute Truth's 'No Man's Land' is an experience of its own. ...

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[Shift]: The Traveller

Don't get confused between Shift and [shift]. The first recently released an album 'Music for Atheists', the latter is our ...

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The Floral Clocks: Desert Fire

The Floral Clocks is the name of the musical collaboration between filmmaker/musician Gabriel White and poet Richard von ...

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