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23/03/2022

Forenzics: Time For A Change

Split Enz’ international heyday came in the late 1970s/early ’80s, but the band’s origins as Split Ends date back to ...

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19/01/2022

Luke Buda: Injections Of Contributions

Twelve years since his last, Luke Buda has just released a third solo album, one he’s consciously, and very simply badged ...

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11/01/2022

Celebrating 40 Years Of Flying Nun With Hocken Collections

Amanda Mills has been writing and reviewing for NZ Musician since 2007, and since 2011 has been employed at Hocken Collections ...

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28/11/2021

Ladyhawke: Time Flies

‘Time Flies’ is an appropriate title for this very welcome new Ladyhawke album. Over the five years since her last album ...

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27/10/2021

Maxine Funke: A Sound Of Quiet Shores

Maxine Funke is an enigmatic Dunedin musician, a creator of quiet, acoustic guitar-based folk songs that are closely delivered ...

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06/10/2021

Adam Hattaway: Probably Quite Genuine

Woolston, Christchurch. The home base of musician and songwriter Adam Hattaway of Adam Hattaway And The Haunters, the city’s ...

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22/09/2021

Plum Green: Somnambulistic

Melbourne-based songwriter Plum Green is summoning ghosts and dark figures on her richly detailed new album. ‘Somnambulistic’ ...

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08/09/2021

Phoebe Rings: Phoebe Rings EP

New-ish kids on the block, Phoebe Rings are the Auckland dream-pop grouping of Crystal Choi (vocals, keys), Alex Freer (drums), ...

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06/07/2021

Crowded House: Dreamers Are Waiting

Neil Finn has had a purple patch lately. Solo albums, collaborative records, performances with the Auckland Philharmonic ...

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