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01/05/2016

Ginzu and the Steak Knives: Self-Titled EP

Punk rock adrenaline tastes so good in this short EP by Ginzu And The Steak Knives. The music is intense, the pace hectic, ...

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29/04/2016

The Renderers: In A Sodium Light

After the Christchurch earthquakes The Renderers (Maryrose and Brian Crook) shifted hemisphere to settle in Yucca Valley, ...

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28/04/2016

Guitar Cool: Learning Simple Melodies

In the last few articles I’ve been talking about certain things that can slow or stall a guitar player’s musical growth, ...

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27/04/2016

Tony Lee: Road Less Travelled

Bitter-sweet, uplifting, yet clearly from a place of pain, ‘Road Less Travelled’ is hook laden with strong memorable ...

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26/04/2016

Phil Broadhurst: A Tui For His Dedication

Auckland based jazz pianist Phil Broadhurst won this year’s NZ Music Awards’ Jazz Tui for the third album in his loosely ...

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25/04/2016

The Blues Buffet: Reality Show

With two long players already under their belt, The Blues Buffet return with their ‘Reality Show’. Don’t let the band’s ...

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23/04/2016

Tony Richards: The Wetland Tracks

Filled with pure, unadulterated songwriting, Tony Richards’ sophomore album pays strong attention to lyrics and melody. ...

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22/04/2016

Beastwars: Ceasefire?

Heavy metal, sludge metal, doom metal, stoner rock – call it as you hear it – but the key point is that Wellington’s ...

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21/04/2016

The Lowest Fidelity: This Is The Life

This Is The Life by The Lowest Fidelity Tight but unfussy riffs, snarly yet melodic vocals. Like Toy Love, The Lowest Fidelity has ...

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