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16/10/2018

Q & A: Latinaotearoa

As so neatly encapsulated in that combo handle, Latinaotearoa is about blending Kiwi music influences with those of the colourful ...

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19/02/2018

Naram: Chief Propaganda Advisor

Tom Langford, aka Naram, traces his first exposure to music back to piano lessons at the age of nine. Despite those lessons ...

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23/11/2017

The Black Seeds: Patterns, Stripes And Checks

A sunny spring day in the capital means it’s time to get outside and soak up some vitamin D before the weather takes a ...

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31/10/2017

The Black Seeds: Fabric

The Black Seeds, one of our foremost reggae acts and popular live bands, are back with their sixth studio album, ‘Fabric’. The ...

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20/10/2017

Lord Echo: Harmonies

Following on from ‘Melodies’ and ‘Curiosities’, ‘Harmonies’ is the third album in a Lord Echo trilogy which spans ...

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21/07/2017

Lord Echo: Of Melodies, Harmonies And Curiosities

This year, Lord Echo aka Mike Fabulous, real name Michael August, has released the final album of a trilogy of albums. ...

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26/05/2017

Reactivate Radio Active

Wellington indie radio station Radio Active 88.6FM has been given a new lease of life but needs financial support to secure ...

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30/05/2016

Hollie Smith: Nothing To Lose

It’s been a decade since Hollie Smith bounded into the nation’s view with that song about bathing outdoors, and nine ...

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11/03/2016

Tunes Of I: Sounds Like A Kiwi Summer

Wairarapa-origined neo-dub act Tunes Of I were able to raise enough funds through a Kickstarter campaign to record their ...

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