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15/04/2015

The Dancing and Drinking Society: Remember The Days

How does a swinging four-piece blues-y trad jazz band sound so big? It certainly helps that the members of The Dancing and ...

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Emily Rice: Find Me Here EP

Some may recognise her name from folky duo We Stole The Sun, but, Emily Rice has carved out her own path with her solo sounds, ...

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Miho Wada: Live At The Lab

Miho Wada is an incredibly accomplished musician whose style is cited as 'Afro-Cuban flute meets J-Pop'. She also proves ...

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The Organic Jazz Band: Blue Skies

Instead of a big budget debut, the first release for Christchurch trio The Organic Jazz Band reads more as a taster to their ...

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23/02/2015

The Floral Clocks: It’s time for… The Floral Clocks

Gabriel White and Richard von Sturmer have already had stellar careers in the arts – White as a filmmaker, and von Sturmer ...

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17/02/2015

Alan Brown: Music Within The Silence

For followers of New Zealand jazz the name Alan Brown is not unfamiliar. Known from a myriad of quality live and recording ...

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15/02/2015

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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The Very Best Of: Queen

Ha ha – very clever name for a band isn't it?! Once you get past that and the low-tech DIY album cover you'll find that ...

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17/12/2014

Fresh Talent: Hartebeest

Isaac Tollestrup, better known by his pseudonym Hartebeest, strikes me as a musician who belongs very much to his generation. ...

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