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21/09/2015

Ex-Pat Files: Asti-Loren Newman

Christchurch, as anyone who has been in the local music industry for long well knows, has produced many of our biggest and ...

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15/08/2015

Rackets: Walking The Skeleton

Rackets have done it again. The Auckland three-piece's fourth or so – details are sketchy – full album 'Walking The Skeleton' ...

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31/07/2015

Radioglo: The Warm Glow Of Valves

One regular criticism of music in this hyper-creative digital era is that too little attention is given to the details, to ...

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24/04/2015

Marlon Williams: This Charming Man

Born and raised in Christchurch port suburb of Lyttelton, music started early for young Marlon Williams, though the trail ...

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17/02/2015

Maree Thom: On Bass With Sugar Man

Her name may not be familiar, but Maree Thom spent much of last year touring with Rodriguez, the very famous American singer ...

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13/11/2014

Sola Rosa: Sola Flare

If you’ve ever gone to a festival in New Zealand, chances are you might’ve seen Sola Rosa in one incarnation or the other ...

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05/09/2014

The Nukes: Ditty Deeds Done Uke Sweet

Their Peas and Carrots won The Nukes an APRA award for best original ukulele song just six months after their first performance, ...

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15/07/2014

Indi: Force of Nature

Away from the stage it’s hard to picture Indira Force fronting trail-blazing Christchurch band Doprah, the six-piece trip ...

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09/07/2014

The Nomad: 7

The short but suitably named seventh album from Daimon Schwalger (otherwise known as The Nomad) was completed by him in deliberate ...

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