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30/03/2020

Dr. Reknaw: Wellington’s Magnificent Seven

With an intoxicating blend of reggae, dub, soul and funk, Wellington seven-piece Dr. Reknaw have developed a live show that ...

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17/02/2020

Mousey: While the Cat’s Away

How many artists can you think of whose first single made it right into the Silver Scroll Top 20? Here’s one! Until the ...

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29/01/2020

Makeshift Parachutes: Texas Rainbow Makers

Auckland four-piece Makeshift Parachutes have followed a trajectory that’s the complete opposite of most aspiring Kiwi ...

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22/11/2019

Ginzu and the Steak Knives: Kavanak

Drawing on everything from punk rock to sludge metal, the 11 songs on ‘Kavanak’ whistle by in a mere 26 minutes. Auckland ...

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01/10/2019

Fresh Talent: Late Night Tales

With an average age of just 17, it’s safe to say that Whanganui five-piece Late Night Tales have time well and truly on ...

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04/03/2019

Racing: Disco For The End Of Days

When critically acclaimed Auckland five-piece The Checks called it quits in 2011, having given the European market a good ...

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19/02/2019

Mitch James: Climbing In Ed’s Footsteps

In two short years, Auckland-born singer/songwriter Mitch James has seen his music detonate into New Zealand’s music consciousness. ...

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26/10/2018

Seth Haapu: Volume 3 EP

As soon as Seth Haapu ’s voice comes sailing from the speakers it’s clear that his new EP is something quite special. Volume ...

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10/08/2018

Wurld Series: Stately and Befrothed EP

‘Stately and Befrothed’ is the fantastically titled new EP from Christchurch four-piece Wurld Series. Hushed vocals and ...

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