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26/06/2016

Deep Thinking: Bass In Your Face

In the last NZM issue, we looked at some iconic Afro-American funk bass lines that used a ‘less is more’ approach. We’'ll ...

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18/10/2014

J.Bird Taylor: The EP EP/DVD

Wellington artist J.Bird Taylor certainly can’t be faulted for any lack of commitment, drive, or passion. Taylor’s been ...

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18/09/2014

B-Side Band: The Collection

It’s blues, with some rockabilly tied in too. So where do we go from there? The album is well titled as the songs were ...

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Anna Van Riel: Whistle and Hum

Anna Van Riel ’s country music style has a real crossover sound. From first track Break Down you’ll play it all the ...

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Gold Medal Famous: Album Of National Significance

Satire, humour, politics, but mainly rock (in caps!), this is definitely an acquired taste. Gold Medal Famous reference points ...

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Suren Unka: El Chupacabra

As well as holding down the drum stool for Auckland indie-rockers Beach Pigs, Suren Unka dabbles in the field of electronica, ...

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Jeremy Redmore: Clouds Are Alive

Leaving behind his life as frontman for the evidently too successful for his liking Midnight Youth, Jeremy Redmore has set ...

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Phil Powers: White City

‘White City’ is a lovely walk through stories of Oamaru’s early colonial years, tales of the “…settlement, growth, ...

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George Jackson: Observations EP

After a 12-month mentorship with American master fiddler Casey Driessen, George Jackson delivers a lush collection of bluegrass ...

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