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04/08/2017

Seva HiFi: Cosmic Matakau

Following up on Seva HiFi ’s 2012 album ‘Early’, this follows a similar funky template to that well-received debut. The ...

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02/08/2017

Shoutin’ Preachin’ : From The Echo Chamber EP

Auckland act Shoutin' Preachin' s debut release was a 5-track vinyl-only 12” called ‘New Low Humans’ in 2014, the ...

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Nadia Reid: Preservation

When Nadia Reid ’s debut album, ‘Listen to Formation, Look for the Signs’, was released, the response was resoundingly ...

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28/07/2017

Maple Syrup: Who Is Maple Syrup

Wellington’s Maple Syrup are on a roll. 14 months after releasing debut EP ‘Ace and Gab’s Honeymoon’ the four-piece ...

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27/07/2017

Spank: Kimberley Road EP

Brimming with energy and vigour, Wairarapa jangle popsters Spank are back with an evident sense of confidence and growth ...

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26/07/2017

The Bollands: All Of My Ghosts

The third album from husband and wife duo Christian and Joyce Bolland, aka The Bollands, sees them exploring a wide range ...

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25/07/2017

The Bats: The Deep Set

The latest album from the Bats fits snugly into their back catalogue – and that’s what this album is, snug. It’s ...

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24/07/2017

Li’l Chuck The One-Man Skiffle Machine: Utility Blues

Well-named, this album, and Christchurch’s Li'l Chuck is more than just a one-man skiffle machine. He’s a one-man ...

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20/07/2017

Kenington: Going Nowhere (Faster Than You)

UK-born, now Auckland-based musician Mark Kenington ’s debut album is an alt pop/rock work that blends reflective lyrics ...

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