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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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12/12/2014

Miho Wada: Memphis Dreamin’ EP

Be prepared for one heck of an earworm – even if you don’t know Japanese you’ll be singing along to Arigato (track ...

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12/11/2014

Ben Wilcock and the Jelly Rolls: Sneaky Weasel

The debut album from Ben Wilcock ’s Wellingtonian jazz piano trio is a melting pot of near anachronistic humour and sensibilities. ...

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20/10/2014

Miho Wada: The Whole Mystery Fruit Bowl

Among the many crazily creative and quirky musicians that this magazine is proud to be able to support, Miho Wada rates highly ...

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18/09/2014

George Jackson: Observations EP

After a 12-month mentorship with American master fiddler Casey Driessen, George Jackson delivers a lush collection of bluegrass ...

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15/09/2014

Alexis French: The Cut

This Rattle Jazz release announces the homecoming of ex-pat trumpeter and composer Alexis French, returning as an honors ...

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14/08/2014

Dog: Dog

Visionary. Distinguished. Awe-inspiring... said quickly and concisely, this album is great. So great, that if you’re reading ...

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15/07/2014

Get Yer Kit Off: Joe McCallum

Having previously kept time for alt-rock band Atlas, Joe McCallum is these days "living the dream"”, playing live and ...

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09/07/2014

@Peace: @Peace and the Plutonian Noise Symphony

@Peace’s third release, and first album, is the strongest both conceptually and musically, dismissing any notions this ...

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