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30/06/2017

Moisty And The Wheeler Dealers: International Sound EP

Moisty aka Atsushi Ukita (who moved to NZ from Japan in 1999) is a ska/rocksteady nut from way back. International Sound ...

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22/06/2017

Hiboux: Command The Earth To Swallow Me Up

Instrumental music can be a very powerful thing – conveying thoughts and emotions beyond words because the visions are ...

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20/06/2017

Ginzu And The Steak Knives: Final Form EP

Down and dirty rock n’ roll is alive and well. Auckland three-piece Ginzu and the Steak Knives have unleashed another beast ...

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06/06/2017

Anna Hawkins: Bold, Brave And Beautiful

Some singers are gifted with a voice that has the power to uplift (almost) everybody – irrespective of the song being sung. ...

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16/05/2017

Scaphist: Sunset Acquisition

Not for the faint of heart – or even every metal fan - this is extremely serious and equally good. Describing themselves ...

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10/05/2017

Skymning: Nestled Between Vast Depressions EP

Admittedly now London-based, Skymning must still rate as one of our capital city’s best-kept secrets. A fascinating solo ...

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18/04/2017

Draghound: Draghound EP

Draghound are a four-piece based in Wellington, though three of them are originally from Hamilton. It all began as a solo ...

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27/03/2017

Ryan Johansen: The Balladeer and the Mountain EP

Predominantly just voice and acoustic guitar, this is gentle, folky, slightly country outings across all five tracks, with ...

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21/03/2017

Monk Party: Silence Flooded Trance

This is devotional music, but one with a wide context. Monk Party are a father and son duo (Pragunya and Nelson Myers-Daly), ...

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