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19/10/2016

Strikemaster: Sun For A Change

As reported first in the Kapiti Observer, Strikemaster have finally released their debut album – 35 years after forming. ...

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18/10/2016

Helen Henderson: London

From her musical beginnings in Invercargill to arriving in London in the late ’70s with a handful of songs and 50 quid, ...

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17/10/2016

Abbie: Giving It Back

Launched in September last year, about the same time Maori Television’s fun music competition show Homai Te Pakipaki nine ...

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13/10/2016

A Dead Forest Index: In All That Drifts From Summit Down

This very original collection of songs combines genre elements in an often surprising and atmospheric way. A Dead Forest ...

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11/10/2016

Dark Water: You’re Only As Addicted As You’re Willing To Be

This album is a strange brew. The guitar playing swerves between delicate ’80s Cure-influenced tendrils and much bolder ...

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10/10/2016

Al Witham: Angel Bones & Kapiti Blues

A stalwart of the Kapiti Coast and Wellington blues scenes for many years, Al Witham is known as much for his deep baritone ...

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08/10/2016

Jupiter Sulphur Mine: Introducing EP

Sulky, silky bass leads you on a valium-induced rollercoaster as you enter the spaceous sub-consciousness of Jupiter Sulphur ...

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07/10/2016

Blair Parkes: Neverendingly

It may just be that he has too much other art going on in his life, but for whatever reason Blair Parkes is evidently reluctant ...

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06/10/2016

Various Artists: Two Tongues

This 16-track compilation album of music from Whanganui provides a snapshot of some of that region’s creative talent, as ...

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