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16/12/2015

The Broken Heartbreakers: Picking Up The Pieces

Having settled in Melbourne for a couple of years, Rachel Bailey and John Howell these days call Dunedin home, and fittingly ...

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15/12/2015

Left Or Right: Trippy

Jimi Hendrix, 10CC, Bob Marley and The Beatles walk into a bar in Dunedin and start jamming. Not quite, but Left Or Right ...

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Freddy Fudd Pucker: Hourglass Wine

Freddy Fudd Pucker is "a one-boy band who plays a form of folk/thrash". He sounds like a faster version of the Drive-By Truckers ...

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13/11/2015

The Chills: Part Fact, Part Friction

A quarter century past now, the much talked-over ‘Dunedin sound’ left the city with a number of resident musical heroes, ...

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27/10/2015

The Shifting Sands: Picnic On Murdering Beach

The quirky, colourful and heavily detailed hand-drawn artwork adorning The Shifting Sands ’ new album brings to mind those ...

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26/10/2015

Deep Thinking: Two ‘Why I Am A Bass Player’ Singles

This issue’'s Deep Thinking bass column is the result of a conversation between some of the University of Otago Music Department ...

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07/09/2015

Astro Children: Trick Of The Knife

When Millie Lovelock and Isaac Hickey formed Astro Children, back in 2010, they were still at school. In 2012 they released ...

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25/08/2015

Fresh Talent: Yesses

Picture this. You’'re fresh out of high school and waiting for life to take off. Travel documents are taking forever and ...

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23/06/2015

Bill Morris: What Lies Beyond

A natural storyteller who has made a living as a magazine contributor and filmmaker for the last decade, Dunedin’'s Bill ...

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