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28/09/2018

Armchair Insomniacs: Armchair Insomniacs

If your only exposure to Auckland band Armchair Insomniacs has been the well-received Wide Awake In Wonderland featuring ...

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16/07/2018

This Pale Fire: Alchemy

It feels an age since Auckland’s Corban Koschak announced his arrival as a young songwriter of depth and eloquence with ...

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02/07/2018

Stef Animal: Top Gear

Dunedin’s Fishrider Records has a long history of raising a pointy middle finger in the general direction of all things ...

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11/05/2018

Ex-Pat Files: Estella Dawn

New Zealand has indeed got talent, much of it currently based off-shore doing what talented artists need to do – challenging ...

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20/10/2017

Lord Echo: Harmonies

Following on from ‘Melodies’ and ‘Curiosities’, ‘Harmonies’ is the third album in a Lord Echo trilogy which spans ...

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31/08/2017

EbolaBabies: Self-titled

The thing about punk rock is that, for the most part, it sets out to make a point. Be it social, political, or even something ...

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18/08/2017

Fresh Talent: Miromiro

Newly arrived in Wellington for university studies, teenage music producer Miromiro already has a history of travel that ...

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04/08/2017

Seva HiFi: Cosmic Matakau

Following up on Seva HiFi ’s 2012 album ‘Early’, this follows a similar funky template to that well-received debut. The ...

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30/05/2017

Tranny Fluid: Dub Heavy Grooves EP

The old adage that you should never judge a book by its cover is equally true when applied to CD packaging, Tranny Fluid’s ...

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