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03/09/2021

Pickle Darling: The Power Of Twee

Bedroom pop has proven to be the perfect music style for a pandemic. The affordable ease of recording from the confines of ...

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16/08/2021

Phoebe Rings: Crystal Gazing

The rise of Auckland indie pop supergroup Phoebe Rings has been monumental. Within the space of two years they have gone ...

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13/08/2021

Michal Martyniuk: Reconciliation EP

One of New Zealand’s most talented and forward-thinking contemporary jazz musicians, Michal Martyniuk, has delivered an ...

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23/07/2021

Anthonie Tonnon: Leave Love Out Of This

After a six-year gap during which he focused his time on public transport advocacy alongside developing a successful immersive ...

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15/07/2021

Alien Weaponry: Amping Up The Environment

Waipu-to-the-world metallers Alien Weaponry are getting ready to release their second album ‘Tangaroa’. It's been a ...

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11/07/2021

Somebody Do Something: Somebody Do Something EP

Continuing on a strong tradition of eclectic bands to come out of Christchurch, Somebody Do Something ’s self-titled debut ...

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07/07/2021

Anthonie Tonnon: Making It Work

Public transport advocate and enigmatic singer-songwriter Anthonie Tonnon is soon to release his first studio album in six ...

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05/07/2021

Loopy Tunes Preschool Music: 10 Albums, 10 Languages, 10 Songs

As far as ambitious album releases go, nothing much comes close to the new project from Loopy Tunes Preschool Music. The ...

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28/06/2021

Troy Kingi: Black Sea Golden Ladder

Kerikeri’s very own musical chameleon Troy Kingi is now halfway through the decade-long run of his ambitious 10 albums ...

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