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15/02/2015

Bat Nouveau: Metamorphoses

This is a stunner from the get-go, and the best Goth album I have heard for a very long time. Most people consider Goth to ...

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Lucid Hiest: Absence In Motion

Some real thought and energy has gone into every aspect of this album. It's what you need in this day and age to stand out ...

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Kokomo: Bigger Than Brando

Veteran practitioners of the blues, BoP's Kokomo are no strangers to the pages of NZ Musician, their unique combination of ...

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The Doqument: Black Canvas: Wall & Piece

From the get up, the production shines. Masterfully exploited synth loops, grimy kicks and snares, and subtle horn samples ...

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Thee Rum Coves: Thee Rum Coves

This self-titled debut is a mix of fuzz and grime and sing-along fun, and a good representation of what the band sounds like ...

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Lil’ Chuck: Blues In Full Swing

The one man band concept in the blues setting is a great tradition and Lil' Chuck takes his own stories of difficult times ...

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Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers: Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers

Devilish Mary and the Holy Rollers are a three-piece swing doo-wop group from Christchurch. Their self-titled album is ...

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Just One Fix: Let Them Hate… So Long As Long As They Fear

Just One Fix is a name synonymous with the NZ metal scene, having been around for the better part of two decades in various ...

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Eyreton Hall: Featherstitch

The lilting sounds of art-folk duo Eyreton Hall evolved from both sides of the Tasman, Australian Andrew Keegan meeting Cantabrian ...

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