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06/07/2021

Crowded House: Dreamers Are Waiting

Neil Finn has had a purple patch lately. Solo albums, collaborative records, performances with the Auckland Philharmonic ...

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16/02/2021

Deep Thinking: Black And White Boy… On Bass

As we’ve spent the last few issues doing some tricky stuff more suited to solo bass performances, I thought that this issue’s ...

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14/04/2020

Thomas Oliver: Espresso Love

Hold on, Thomas Oliver. There’s something we need to clear up. The final song on your new album is called The Time In Tokyo. ...

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28/06/2019

Caroline Easther: Lucky As You Make It

There are some musicians whose careers are fluid, moving between styles, instruments and bands with ease, often at the periphery, ...

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05/03/2018

Apollo SteamTrain: Changing To The Fast Track

Sometimes you come across a song with a title so intriguing that you can't pass on the chance to find out more about it. ...

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03/02/2017

Jeremy Ansell: Sifting Through Neil Finn’s Private Universe

Crowded House fans had a September to remember with the announcement that the seven albums the band produced between 1986 ...

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24/11/2016

Malcolm Black To Replace Don McGlashan On APRA Board

Malcolm Black joins the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) board as the New Zealand Writer Director, replacing Don ...

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Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa

‘ Volume : Making Music in Aotearoa’ has been over two years in development, a joint venture between the Auckland Museum ...

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