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03/04/2020

Lontalius: In Search of Eddie J’s Pop DNA

It has been four years since NZM last caught up with Eddie Johnston, aka Lontalius, but one thing hasn’t changed – his ...

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30/03/2020

Dr. Reknaw: Wellington’s Magnificent Seven

With an intoxicating blend of reggae, dub, soul and funk, Wellington seven-piece Dr. Reknaw have developed a live show that ...

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17/02/2020

Mousey: While the Cat’s Away

How many artists can you think of whose first single made it right into the Silver Scroll Top 20? Here’s one! Until the ...

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14/02/2020

Troy Kingi: Triumphs Of Diversity

Troy Kingi is systematically establishing himself as a national treasure. Over the last few years, the Kerikeri resident ...

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31/01/2020

Building Blocks: Managing Your Band Pt 3

Managing your band, part 3: Paying yourself. Thus far in this series, I’ve discussed the need for a band to have a manager ...

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30/01/2020

Blair Parkes: Liveable City

Stalwart Christchurch artist Blair Parkes has been incredibly prolific in the last few years, crafting five melodic, hook-filled ...

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29/01/2020

Makeshift Parachutes: Texas Rainbow Makers

Auckland four-piece Makeshift Parachutes have followed a trajectory that’s the complete opposite of most aspiring Kiwi ...

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22/01/2020

Miss June: Bad Luck Party

Miss June hail from Auckland, a punk-rock band described by some wag as ‘an unholy union between Sonic Youth and Le Tigre’. ...

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20/01/2020

Lake South: Capital Chap

Lake South is a musician, producer and a director. He makes most of his own music videos and was the director and writer ...

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