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24/11/2017

Del Thomas: There’s Gonna Be Some Changes Comin’

Wellington blues artist Del Thomas released his third album at the beginning of October. ‘Changes Coming’ features some ...

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27/10/2017

Daniel Madill: Bake A Snake EP

‘Bake A Snake’ is the second EP by Daniel Madill, following in the psychedelic folk footsteps of his first release ‘Diatom’. In ...

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16/10/2017

Violet Highway: Breathe EP

Violet Highway is a three-piece band from Auckland, fronted by singer/guitarist Jacqui Munro with Ant Deane on bass. Newly-recruited ...

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29/09/2017

Davey Beige: Mindfully Making Music

At one time, over a dozen beige suits filled Dave Bishop's aka Davey Beige’s wardrobe. A majority of this historic menswear ...

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Kylie Price: Back To Her Bare Bones

If you’re already a fan of Kylie Price, be prepared for an entirely new introduction. With the September release of her ...

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07/08/2017

Mitch Golner: Almost Optimistic

When you have the power of New Zealand's premier recording studio behind you, things can happen. Mitch Golner enlisted a ...

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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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12/06/2017

Paul Mack: The Quiet Goliath

In this age of pretty packaging - with no compulsory meaningful content - 'The Quiet Goliath' by Aucklander Paul McGreal ...

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20/05/2017

Paul Gurney With The Desotos: Shadow Of Love

Paul Gurney has been heavily involved in NZ country-blues rock scenes since the late ’70s and it’s evident that he lives ...

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