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02/08/2017

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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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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12/05/2017

Matthew Smith: Self-titled

Ashburton resident Matthew Smith’s self-titled album is ten tracks long, and the songs vary from soft and folky to upbeat ...

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03/03/2017

Nadia Reid: Turning Towards The Light

It’s little more than a year since the last glowing international reviews of Nadia Reid ’s PledgeMe-funded first album, ...

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27/01/2017

Troy Kingi & The Electric Haka Boogie: Guitar Party at Uncle’s Bach

After picking up the guitar at an early age and learning how to play a host of other instruments by ear, Troy Kingi formed ...

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19/01/2017

Black Fox Trio: Rhythm Is Your King EP

Mr. Selleck is a groovy classic rock tune with a catchy AC/DC-style chorus riff and from this point on ‘Rhythm Is Your ...

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15/11/2016

Tami Neilson: Don’t Be Afraid

From the first note you know Tami Neilson has created something special. Crafted out of grief and love, Neilson's latest ...

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11/11/2016

Candice Milner: When One Door Closes…

The 2014 release of her debut single Helping Hands in support of Canteen and the Cancer Society marked Candice Milner out ...

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11/07/2016

Tom Cunliffe: Easy As Pie

Tom Cunliffe has been writing songs for longer than he has been playing them. His first album, 2011’s ‘Red Leather Blues’, ...

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