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11/07/2019

Plum Green: Sound Recordings EP

Citizen of the world, Plum Green (born in London, raised in NZ and now based in Melbourne) has been an enigmatic figure skirting ...

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28/06/2019

Caroline Easther: Lucky As You Make It

There are some musicians whose careers are fluid, moving between styles, instruments and bands with ease, often at the periphery, ...

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13/06/2019

Vox Pops: The Best Thing In My NZ Music Month 2019 Was…

NZM asked a few local music industry folk, and other players, about their memorable moments of NZ Music Month, May 2019. ...

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25/03/2019

Superturtle: Student Flat Reunion

Auckland band Superturtle ’s 10-year existence has been punctuated by four albums, each one slightly different to the ...

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12/03/2019

Tiny Ruins: Olympic Girls

It’s been a while since the last Tiny Ruins album, 2014’s ‘Brightly Painted One’, an album where its creator, Hollie ...

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27/02/2019

Anika Moa: Anika Moa

Anika Moa is not one to be tied to any one genre: folk, pop, rock, electronica – she’s stylistically restless and adventurous. ‘Anika ...

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08/02/2019

Black Wren: Black Wren

Black Wren (M. Francis McCarthy and Jennifer L. Coward) have quietly emerged from the musical ether with a fully-formed debut ...

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16/01/2019

Mel Parsons: Glass Heart

Darkness and melancholia go hand-in-hand for many musicians, and Mel Parsons is no exception. ‘Glass Heart’ has dual ...

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18/12/2018

Princess Chelsea: The Loneliest Girl

Princess Chelsea (Chelsea Nikkel) has been crafting gorgeous music around her heavily reverbed vocals and pretty synth sounds ...

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