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05/08/2016

Ex-Pat Files: Kristen Ng

When Kiwi underground band crusader Blink toured the Shocking Pinks through China, Europe and the States in 2015, he was ...

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04/08/2016

Ladyhawke: Wild Things

In the four years since Pip Brown released her second Ladyhawke album, ‘Anxiety’, she got married, got a Los Angeles ...

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03/08/2016

Fresh Talent: Skelter

Consisting of Eddie Kiesanowski (vocals and guitar), Zeke Mitchell-Emerson (guitars), Robert Daglish (bass) and James Rance ...

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01/08/2016

Lucid Hiest: Absence In Motion

Self-proclaimed “East Coast rebel” Isiah Ngawaka knows a fair bit about life’s struggles. On ‘Absence In Motion’, ...

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29/07/2016

On Foreign Soil: Estère In Africa

Quite apart from being her first time on the continent, being named after her Cameroonian grandmother meant the opportunity ...

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28/07/2016

Will Wood: Magpie Brain & Other Stories

Aucklander Will Wood is a country/folk storyteller who has been writing about his life and loves for a few years now. ‘ Magpie ...

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27/07/2016

Fresh Talent: Hex

Staunchly feminist, Kirsten Van Newtown, Liz Matthews and Greta Van Newtown don’t seem to be fazed about how Hex is perceived. ...

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Deep Thinking: Some Country Slap Blues

In this issue we are going to take some of the techniques from last issue’s Deep Thinking column and turn them into a country ...

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26/07/2016

Murray McNabb: The Way In Is The Way Out

I have to preface this review by stating that I’m a huge fan of Murray McNabb, and I was ecstatic when I heard that Sarang ...

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