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15/06/2017

Stretch: Bury All Horses

Hawkes Bay native Anthony Stretch has had a busy year – touring NZ repeatedly, opening for Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and releasing ...

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23/05/2017

John Laurence: Song of the Last Dove EP

Fair warning, this is an ‘I listened to this so you don’t have to’ review. John Laurence’s EP ‘Song of the Last ...

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20/05/2017

Sonic Delusion: All That Glitters

New Plymouth library might not be the most rock and roll of settings but according to Alastair Ross it provided an ideal ...

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09/05/2017

Niko Ne Zna: Food For The Dancing Soul

A quick Google will tell you that there are as many basic recipes for borscht as there are past and present members of Wellington ...

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05/05/2017

French For Rabbits: The Weight Of Melted Snow

This second French For Rabbits ’ album is an introspective affair, fuelled in evident part by the personal break-up of ...

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02/05/2017

Ceol Manawatu: Till

Ceol Manawatu is a Palmerston North folk music collective who, as the title suggests, focus on music (ceol) written in the ...

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01/05/2017

The Bamboo: Self-titled

Hailing from Oamaru, The Bamboo is Elton Crane on vocals/guitar and Victoria van der Spek providing violin and keyboards. ...

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28/04/2017

Miss Peach & The Travellin’ Bones: Sand

This is a strong debut blending folk and country with almost gothic-style vocals. Miss Peach ’s voice is front and centre ...

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19/04/2017

Jeshel: Self-titled

Wellington-based American Jeshel Forrester has had an intriguing career in and out of the music industry, recording country ...

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