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03/07/2013

Shapeshifter: Bassed On A Feeling

Without doubt New Zealand’s most successful live drum’n’bass act, Shapeshifter have come to be one of our most enduringly ...

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Jan Hellriegel: Lost & Found Again

Discovering a mixture of her old recordings on cassette and DAT tape in the garage, out of curiosity Jan Hellriegel decided ...

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Jazz Guitar Shed: 4 x4 – Chord Tones

After a couple of detours in recent NZM issues, it'’s time to think about notes again. Our focus is on how to bring out ...

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Soljah: Stomping The Yard

The rise to wider public prominence of Soljah has been testament to a long history of five musicians honing their craft, ...

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On Foreign Soil: Mel Parsons

On the back of the chance to perform at south England’s annual Great Escape Festival, West Coast-born folk artist Mel Parsons ...

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Jesse Sheehan: Growing Under Lights

Having shown almost precocious musical talent as a schoolboy, Jesse Sheehan is now aged 21 and is coming into his own. More ...

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Awa: A Man For All Media

The face and voice of Nesian Mystik, Te Awanui Reeder was also the band’s main songwriter – along with co-producer David ...

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Fresh Talent: Chatchy

It is a lofty goal to want to be "one of the best live bands in the country"”, but hard working Hamilton band, Chatchy, ...

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Fresh Talent: Eb & Sparrow

A labour of love. Wellington-based five-piece Eb & Sparrow, was born – like most good country bands – out of heartbreak. ...

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