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02/06/2017

The Map Room: Atmospheric Pressures

The musical output of smart Kiwi production duo The Map Room is typically described as ‘atmospheric indie pop’. Clever ...

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23/05/2016

Threat.Meet.Protocol: Hypocrisy Of Consumption

‘Way back in 2011, Threat.Meet.Protocol thought they were pretty original. Being a combo consisting of just bass and drums ...

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18/03/2016

Groeni: The H Isn’t Silent

On the face of things Groeni is an electronic act producing a deliberate, almost minimalist, percussive rhythm-based ambient ...

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13/11/2015

One Waka: Paddling Towards A Dream

Robbie Hewson, One Waka’s vocalist, guitarist and spokesperson, admits to being obsessed with classic dub production, the ...

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07/09/2015

Glass Vaults: In A Glass Of Their Own

It’s a great name inspired by architecture and fashioned by pragmatism. Richard Larsen and Rowan Pierce met when studying ...

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23/06/2015

K.One: Food For Thought

In 2010/11 songwriter/rapper Kaleb Vitae (K.One) announced his arrival within our national music industry through a series ...

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20/03/2015

Trinity Roots: You Never Escape Until You Turn Around

The history of Wellington’s pretty well legendary Trinity Roots stretches all the way back to 1998, allowing for a five ...

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04/09/2014

Louie Knuxx: Gentleman Gangsta

Having spent several years in Melbourne, Todd Williams (aka Louie Knuxx) returned to Aotearoa over the last year bringing ...

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15/07/2014

Aldous Harding: Of Peace and Courage

With a fragile and breathy vocal presentation reminiscent of fellow rising folk artist Tiny Ruins, and an offbeat personality ...

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