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15/11/2016

The Furys: Anthology 1979-1999

Named after early '60s rocker Billy Fury and the classic '50s Plymouth model, The Furys formed in late 1979, and through ...

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18/04/2016

Jhan Lindsay: Household Essentials

Wellington-based multi-instrumentalist and music teacher Jhan Lindsay saw the release of her debut album ‘Jhan Lindsay ...

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15/04/2016

Building Blocks: Status in the Scene Part 3

Part three of this Building Blocks' Status in the Scene series concerns touring bands. It all started very casually for ...

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10/04/2016

Jhan Lindsay & the Chattelaines: S/T

Jhan Lindsay by Jhan Lindsay and The Chattelaines Seventeen years in the making (according to her press), the debut album ...

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Opposite Sex: Hamlet

HAMLET by Opposite Sex Dunedin outfit Opposite Sex had lofty ambitions with this new record, ‘Hamlet’ is the kind of ...

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08/04/2016

Deep Thinking: And We Could Be Heroes…

This issue’s Deep Thinking column presented a dilemma. The last couple of years have seen the bass world lose two of its ...

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05/04/2016

Finding Your Voice: The Paua Of Evaluation

Good singers and songwriters are master-craftspeople and artists – albeit, often sensitive and insecure ones. Therefore, ...

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James Kohler: Somewhere Else EP

Somewhere Else [EP] by James Kohler Late in 2015, James Kohler released this fascinating EP of mostly well-written modern ...

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Mojo Crow: Fly By Night EP

Fly By Night by Mojo Crow A very nice debut indeed from this Auckland three-piece who earlier in 2015 reached the national ...

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