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Moone: I Am Who I Am (2022) single

There are some people who come into this world and put the rest of us to shame as to what they achieve, and undoubtedly one of those was Eva McGauley, who at the age of 15 was diagnosed with terminal cancer, to which she succumbed a little more than 3 years later. Eva...

Mim Jensen: Germaphobe (2022) single

This is the debut single from Ōtautahi artist Mim Jensen, and a load of fun it is too. It commences with jangly guitar and Mim’s vocals, and soon we are taken into commercial indie rock which has definite nods back to the likes of Fur Patrol. Although this is credited...

Corduroy.: Ozone (2022) single

Ozone is the latest single from Wellington-based band Corduroy, and is taken from their forthcoming EP, Quarter Life. Stylistically it is hitting into many bases, from disco and big soul to soft jazz and even some rap, all designed to get the listener into the groove...

Caitlin: States EP (2022)

Here we have the debut EP from young Christchurch-based indie-pop musician Caitlin (Caitlin Bradley) who is currently studying at Ara Music Arts in the city. She took the songs to Ryan Chin (Fisherman), and together with Will McGillivray (Goodwill), Thomas Isbister,...

Scapegoat: Reality And The Hanging Tree (2022)

Rene Black can often be found out and about on the Auckland scene, either playing in the premier NZ Sabbath tribute band {After Forever}, or just supporting other bands and enjoying the vibe. We regularly bump into each other at our favourite dive, Ding Dong Lounge,...

Gridfailure / S​.​C​.​R​.​A​.​M: Split EP (2021)

David Brenner keeps releasing material, and I keep writing about it as I love the work he undertakes as Gridfailure, even though I am at a loss to explain exactly why! Here he has joined forces with S.C.R.A.M. (Safety Control Rod Axe Man), which is the solo project of...

Keith Tippett & Matthew Bourne: Aeolian (2021)

Keith Tippett started working with Matthew Bourne in 2016, and between 2017 and 2019 they performed a series of two-piano concerts, which is remarkable given that Keith suffered a heart attack in 2018 and was generally unwell, dying in 2020. The majority of their...

Lost Dog Street Band: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

When one reads the press release, one just has to wonder how Dan Emery managed to record this. Guitarist/vocalist Benjamin Tod and fiddle player Ashley Mae had been working on their farm all day, then drove the few hours it took to get to the studio, to find that...

Parius -The Signal Heard Throughout Space (2022)

The United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bandcamp 61 mins   Bandcamp Facebook Progressive Post Metal/Rock with Dark Melodic Intentions Rating 90/100 The origins of the band started in 2011 with a group of 15 to 16-year-old Philadelphian High School Kids forming a...

Imaginarium : The Rise of Medici (2022)

Composed by Eric Bouillette & Clive Nolan Format: Earbook 2CDs (limited hand-numbered) Recorded by Eric Bouillette & Clive Nolan Style: Prog Rock/Renaissance Rock Lyrics: Clive Nolan Country: UK Mix & mastering: Alexandre Lamia Label: Anesthetize...
Moone: I Am Who I Am (2022) single

Moone: I Am Who I Am (2022) single

There are some people who come into this world and put the rest of us to shame as to what they achieve, and undoubtedly one of those was Eva McGauley, who at the age of 15 was diagnosed with terminal cancer, to which she succumbed a little more than 3 years later. Eva...

Mim Jensen: Germaphobe (2022) single

Mim Jensen: Germaphobe (2022) single

This is the debut single from Ōtautahi artist Mim Jensen, and a load of fun it is too. It commences with jangly guitar and Mim’s vocals, and soon we are taken into commercial indie rock which has definite nods back to the likes of Fur Patrol. Although this is credited...

Corduroy.: Ozone (2022) single

Corduroy.: Ozone (2022) single

Ozone is the latest single from Wellington-based band Corduroy, and is taken from their forthcoming EP, Quarter Life. Stylistically it is hitting into many bases, from disco and big soul to soft jazz and even some rap, all designed to get the listener into the groove...

Caitlin: States EP (2022)

Caitlin: States EP (2022)

Here we have the debut EP from young Christchurch-based indie-pop musician Caitlin (Caitlin Bradley) who is currently studying at Ara Music Arts in the city. She took the songs to Ryan Chin (Fisherman), and together with Will McGillivray (Goodwill), Thomas Isbister,...

Scapegoat: Reality And The Hanging Tree (2022)

Scapegoat: Reality And The Hanging Tree (2022)

Rene Black can often be found out and about on the Auckland scene, either playing in the premier NZ Sabbath tribute band {After Forever}, or just supporting other bands and enjoying the vibe. We regularly bump into each other at our favourite dive, Ding Dong Lounge,...

Keith Tippett & Matthew Bourne: Aeolian (2021)

Keith Tippett & Matthew Bourne: Aeolian (2021)

Keith Tippett started working with Matthew Bourne in 2016, and between 2017 and 2019 they performed a series of two-piano concerts, which is remarkable given that Keith suffered a heart attack in 2018 and was generally unwell, dying in 2020. The majority of their...

Lost Dog Street Band: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

Lost Dog Street Band: The Magnolia Sessions (2021)

When one reads the press release, one just has to wonder how Dan Emery managed to record this. Guitarist/vocalist Benjamin Tod and fiddle player Ashley Mae had been working on their farm all day, then drove the few hours it took to get to the studio, to find that...

Parius -The Signal Heard Throughout Space (2022)

Parius -The Signal Heard Throughout Space (2022)

The United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Bandcamp 61 mins   Bandcamp Facebook Progressive Post Metal/Rock with Dark Melodic Intentions Rating 90/100 The origins of the band started in 2011 with a group of 15 to 16-year-old Philadelphian High School Kids forming a...

Imaginarium : The Rise of Medici (2022)

Imaginarium : The Rise of Medici (2022)

Composed by Eric Bouillette & Clive Nolan Format: Earbook 2CDs (limited hand-numbered) Recorded by Eric Bouillette & Clive Nolan Style: Prog Rock/Renaissance Rock Lyrics: Clive Nolan Country: UK Mix & mastering: Alexandre Lamia Label: Anesthetize...

Black Velvet Butterfly: Black Velvet Butterfly (2022)

Black Velvet Butterfly: Black Velvet Butterfly (2022)

Black Velvet Butterfly are a one-man band from Auckland featuring James Castady-Kristament. I was intrigued to be sent this as when I looked on their Bandcamp page it said, “It may just well be the coolest thing you’ve heard in the Goth scene since Type O Negative.”...

Massacre: Mythos (2022)

Massacre: Mythos (2022)

Massacre have been through multiple line-up changes over the last nearly 40 years since their inception, but they are widely regarded as one of the most important bands on the death metal scene, creating a style which has impacted and influenced many others. Indeed,...

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