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20/02/2018

X-Factory: Leisure, Money and the Soulquarians

Go on, do it! Google the word ‘soulquarians’. You may already be familiar with this term or you may, as I was, be on ...

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Ben Wilcock And The Jelly Rolls: The Phantom Canoe

This second album by Ben Wilcock and the Jelly Rolls (Jon Rae on drums, Dan Yeabsley bass and bass saxophone), is a fascinating ...

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19/02/2018

Naram: Chief Propaganda Advisor

Tom Langford, aka Naram, traces his first exposure to music back to piano lessons at the age of nine. Despite those lessons ...

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Ciaran McMeeken: Self-titled

Laced with energetic pop tracks, Ciaran McMeeken ’s self-titled debut album provides plentiful variety among its 12 tunes ...

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16/02/2018

Unchained XL: Giving It A Good Shot

Hugh Ozumba is an artist on a mission. The Liverpool-born Nigerian New Zealander, who goes by the name Unchained XL, has ...

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Wukong The Monkey King: Wukong

Opening with a blast of energy, eclectic sounds and a beat that undeniably screams ‘funk’, Wukong The Monkey King’s ...

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14/02/2018

Theia: Self-titled EP

Christchurch born songstress Theia flexes her pop prowess with help from star local producer Josh Fountain on five out of ...

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13/02/2018

Him: Kangaroo Dreaming EP

This is not the first ambient experimental female-sung folk opus under the sun. Far from it. Countless albums have played ...

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12/02/2018

Sean Bodley: Genesis

With each subsequent release, Tauranga’s Sean Bodley continues to affirm his place in Kiwi rock as a merchant of melody ...

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