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05/12/2016

Riqi Harawira: Sound Of The Long White Cloud

Featuring more guests than a celebrity wedding Riqi Harawira is the focal point of a set of tunes that span hip hop, soul, ...

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15/11/2016

All Hail The Funkillers: All Hail The Funkillers EP

An energetic debut romp of spikey new punk, with plenty of pop smarts going on. Tauranga's All Hail The Funkillers are a ...

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01/11/2016

Tricks & Sleeves: Locked Out Of Space

Cunchy Auckland indie rock quartet Tricks & Sleeves deliver an urgent and then again relaxed slice of proto-punk sandwiched ...

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11/10/2016

Dark Water: You’re Only As Addicted As You’re Willing To Be

This album is a strange brew. The guitar playing swerves between delicate ’80s Cure-influenced tendrils and much bolder ...

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23/09/2016

Evangel: Sea Of The Dead EP

The quality and depth of the current metal scene in NZ is staggering. Evangel epitomises the craft and cunning that we see ...

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06/08/2016

Duffty Baker: Broadie

Well, this is a lot of fun. According to the liner notes, Duffty Baker went to Camp A Low Hum with a mate who turned 50 ...

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04/06/2016

Urban: Everything Except Time

Nelson quintet Urban appear to be something of a democracy when you consider their songwriting credits. Over the course of ...

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04/04/2016

Plasticine Heroes: Let It Go

Let It Go by Plasticine Heroes Christchurch quartet Plasticine Heroes deliver a two-pronged guitar attack, backed by a ...

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30/03/2016

Parents: Nature vs Nurture

The band name alone should be enough to tell you Parents do a fine line in ironic – all the more apparent when in a darkened ...

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