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14/09/2018

The Chills: Climate Change (Part 1)

Promoting ‘Silver Bullets’, The Chills’ first full album in nearly two decades British indie label Fire Records described ...

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31/08/2018

Neil And Liam Finn: Lightsleeper

If there is one musician whose year has brought some interesting turns it’s likely to be Neil Finn, and his latest collaborative ...

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20/08/2018

Carnivorous Plant Society: The New King

Eclecticism is a common trait for artists wanting to stretch their musical boundaries. Known for their mostly instrumental, ...

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20/07/2018

Jonathan Bree: Webtalking On Sleepwalking

Jonathan Bree is a musical maverick who has been creating opulent, cinematic pop since his days as part of The Brunettes. ...

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29/06/2018

Darren Watson: Too Many Millionaires

With a career stretching back to the late 1980s, Darren Watson is by now one of this country’s most well-respected blues ...

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23/06/2018

Kane Strang: Two Hearts And No Brain

Dunedin’s Kane Strang has been creating well-crafted melodic pop/rock songs for a number of years, slowly building a repertoire ...

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20/06/2018

Sandy Mill: A Piece Of Me EP

Sandy Mill has been gifting her considerable vocal, songwriting and instrumental talents to a who’s who of local and international ...

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15/06/2018

Delaney Davidson: This World Of His

It’s emblematic of Delaney Davidson’s natural perversity that the CD version of his new album, entitled ‘Shining Day’, ...

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06/06/2018

Hex: The Hill Temple

'The Hill Temple’ has been a while coming for Hex. The Wellington trio have been refining their sound since their 2006 ...

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