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20/08/2018

Crimson Coast: Crimson Coast 101

Roots rock depends on the roots you have. Crimson Coast is a Coromandel-based group of life-experienced friends blending ...

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11/08/2018

David Sutton: Binary

With a pleasant, if a slightly affected singing voice, I picture Wellington psych-rocker David Sutton reviewing his record ...

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08/08/2018

Courtesy Caller: A Pleasant Climb For Some EP

Requiring just over a quarter hour to complete its six tracks, ‘A Pleasant Climb For Some’ by Courtesy Caller is a most ...

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29/12/2017

Decades: Minor To Major

First getting together way back in 2006, Christchurch rock act Ashei produced a few decent recordings over the following ...

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21/08/2017

Elider: Red Bird

'Red Bird' by Elider hits you from the get go. It's not the most sonically sophisticated thing you will ever hear, but ...

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08/06/2017

Tyrannosaurus Wreck: Tyrannosaurus Wreck

Christchurch misfit three-piece Tyrannosaurus Wreck don’t muck about when it comes to their aesthetic and sonic blueprint ...

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01/05/2017

The Bamboo: Self-titled

Hailing from Oamaru, The Bamboo is Elton Crane on vocals/guitar and Victoria van der Spek providing violin and keyboards. ...

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31/01/2017

Deathnir: Die By The Axe

Old school NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) outfit Deathnir get right on with kicking your teeth in. The sonic construction ...

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24/01/2017

Bonfire Baby EP: Self-titled EP

Even describing themselves as rock/soul/blues/country/pop is deceptive of Bonfire Baby in some ways. There are all those ...

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