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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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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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23/04/2016

Tony Richards: The Wetland Tracks

Filled with pure, unadulterated songwriting, Tony Richards’ sophomore album pays strong attention to lyrics and melody. ...

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21/04/2016

The Lowest Fidelity: This Is The Life

This Is The Life by The Lowest Fidelity Tight but unfussy riffs, snarly yet melodic vocals. Like Toy Love, The Lowest Fidelity has ...

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17/04/2016

Lontalius: I’ll Forget 17

Lontalius Eddie Johnston’s much anticipated debut album is nothing short of what was expected. Opener A Feeling So Sweet ...

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15/04/2016

Mice On Stilts: Hope For A Mourning

Hope For A Mourning by Mice on Stilts Mice On Stilts have created something rather special. Undoubtedly cut from the same ...

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10/04/2016

Jhan Lindsay & the Chattelaines: S/T

Jhan Lindsay by Jhan Lindsay and The Chattelaines Seventeen years in the making (according to her press), the debut album ...

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05/04/2016

James Kohler: Somewhere Else EP

Somewhere Else [EP] by James Kohler Late in 2015, James Kohler released this fascinating EP of mostly well-written modern ...

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04/04/2016

Greg Johnson: Swing The Lantern

It astounds that even a musician with the back catalogue and talent of Greg Johnson has to crowd fund a new album. Just as ...

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