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13/05/2016

Craig Hallen: Fact And Fantasy

Auckland piano-playing songwriter Craig Hallen documents his original catalogue with this debut album. His fluid playing ...

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11/05/2016

The Leers: Are You Curious?

After a couple of EPs and a number of singles since relocating to Auckland from Mount Maunganui five years back, talented ...

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09/05/2016

71 Sunset: Bitter Earth

This debut album is an energising follow up to 71 Sunset’s 2014 EP ‘Mule’. Recorded at Redroom Studios it was co-produced, ...

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07/05/2016

Esoligh: Walking Up EP

Following the 2014 album, ‘The Way I See The World’, Esoligh (aka David Patterson)’s new EP opens with a mystical Scottish-accented ...

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05/05/2016

Kleptomaniac: Self-Titled

There is minimal information that comes with this release. The photocopied sleeve reveals only the titles of the nine instrumental ...

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03/05/2016

The Jason McIver Collective: I May No Perf

Originally from Motueka, now based in Taupo, Jason McIver is a multi-talented musician. Rather than be tied to a band he ...

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01/05/2016

Ginzu and the Steak Knives: Self-Titled EP

Punk rock adrenaline tastes so good in this short EP by Ginzu And The Steak Knives. The music is intense, the pace hectic, ...

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29/04/2016

The Renderers: In A Sodium Light

After the Christchurch earthquakes The Renderers (Maryrose and Brian Crook) shifted hemisphere to settle in Yucca Valley, ...

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27/04/2016

Tony Lee: Road Less Travelled

Bitter-sweet, uplifting, yet clearly from a place of pain, ‘Road Less Travelled’ is hook laden with strong memorable ...

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