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16/11/2018

Connan Mockasin: Jassbusters

‘Jassbusters’ is one enigmatic record. The third solo album by Connan Hosford under his musical pseudonym of Connan Mockasin ...

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12/11/2018

Bad Sav: Naughty But Noise

October in Dunedin means spring is in the air. There is a shift in the weather – the sun comes out, and the puffer jackets ...

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19/10/2018

Ha the Unclear: Invisible Lines

Ha the Unclear have had a fascinating career, starting off as (South) Dunedin band Brown and releasing two albums (‘Brown’ ...

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28/09/2018

Kimbra: Primal Heart

For album artists especially artistic growth can be a two-edged sword – an opportunity for a genuine change of direction ...

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17/09/2018

The Chills: Climate Change (Part 2)

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

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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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11/09/2018

Hopetoun Brown: Don’t Let Them Lock You Up

Album no. three from Hopetoun Brown is not quite the same fare we’ve come to expect from the duo. This time, Nick Atkinson ...

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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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