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15/06/2015

Fresh Talent: Coral

"Apparently I came out screaming and was singing before I could talk,"” says Coral Pitcher, smiling broadly as she talks ...

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Don McGlashan: Lucky Stars

Indisputably Don McGlashan, 'Lucky Stars' could also draw a whole lot of strange comparisons – from Elton John to the Warratahs, ...

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Anika Moa: Queen At The Table

Anika Moa's lyrics reveal her ever-evolving life-story, and if those on her sixth album are anything to go by, she's had ...

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Garry Forrester: Alma Rose

With a steely yet gentle voice that at times reminds me of Johnny Cash or Leonard Cohen, Garry Forrester's neatly constructed ...

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24/04/2015

Fresh Talent: Felix, III

"When I was 13 my mum bought me a blues guitar. I've still got it to this day.”" Felix Mpunga always wanted to play music ...

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15/04/2015

Mel Parson: Drylands

Mel Parsons, Westport-born now Christchurch-based folk chanteuse, has been busy of late, touring through the USA ahead of ...

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15/02/2015

Nadia Reid: Listen To Formation, Look For The Signs

Behind her large framed glasses, Nadia Reid has a clever mind for carefully crafted folk songs. This debut album arrived ...

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Macombee And The Absolute Truth: No Man’s Land

Eccentric and intricate Sarah Macombee, aka Macombee and The Absolute Truth's 'No Man's Land' is an experience of its own. ...

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Otis Mace: Balaclava EP

"Someone's trying to write a song to change the whole world..." sings Otis Mace on A-Marie, the third of four songs on the ...

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