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22/02/2015

His Masters Voice: Save My Soul EP

'Possession'  is the product of the psychedelic melting pot of influences that is His Masters Voice. Hailing from Auckland, ...

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17/02/2015

Maree Thom: On Bass With Sugar Man

Her name may not be familiar, but Maree Thom spent much of last year touring with Rodriguez, the very famous American singer ...

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15/02/2015

The Psychs: Supa Colour

With almost two years from recording to release, it's safe to say that The Psychs' debut album has been long awaited. Recorded ...

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Iceberg: CCU7 EP

Getting the band back together after 32 years is no small feat and Iceberg tackled this milestone the only way they know ...

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David C Russell: In-a World

A collection of mostly acoustic-based blues-rock songs that Aucklander David C Russell has worked on for some time, this ...

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Macombee And The Absolute Truth: No Man’s Land

Eccentric and intricate Sarah Macombee, aka Macombee and The Absolute Truth's 'No Man's Land' is an experience of its own. ...

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Jordan Reyne: Mother EP

New Zealand-born, now London-dwelling, songwriter Jordan Reyne might draw comparisons to Feist but she's forged her own individual ...

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Sean Bodley: Acoustic Soundscapes

Described as a collection of laid back, mellow tunes to relax to, Sean Bodley's latest no frills release illustrates its ...

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Dictaphone Blues: Mufti Day

Ed Castelow's Dictaphone Blues received widespread acclaim with 2011's 'Beneath The Crystal Palace' but it was still not ...

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