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AuthorLucy Wyatt

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September 24, 2007

Never a band to take knocks, OdESSA come up fighting every time – and look to have struck gold with The Prize. It’s heavy on fusion; touching on a multitude of genres from rock to pop, there are definitely some hits here.

September 24, 2007

To the rock, to the pop, to the funk – here’s OdESSA. Recording their dazzling new album The Prize in just two and half days, this time not deleting the material from their studio’s hardrive, it looks like OdESSA are onto a winner. With their new band member, the fresh, very accomplished guitarist, Daniel Ryland, […]

August 6, 2007

Anonymous is the third album from indigenously inspired 3-piece band Tomahawk. Mike Patton (vocals, keys, percussion, electronics), Duane Denison (guitars and bass guitars) and John Stanier (drums, percussion), work hard to explore the historical, the ethnic, and arguably, the sublime truth of North American Indian culture.

July 30, 2007

Resurrecting the iconic sounds of the past, The Little Bushman left the San Francisco Bathhouse mesmerized by their captivating performance.

July 9, 2007

It’s all going on with The Black Seeds. This month has seen an onslaught of exciting news. News that shall take them overseas, climbing up the ladder of international success. Their innovative fusion of reggae, dub, soul and ska has been sophistically reworked into their new album Into The Dojo.

July 9, 2007

A New Sound That Drives Home Buckle up as Grand Prix have slammed their foot down again with their new album Terraplane Twilight. These Wellington based alternative country rockers have had a bit of a shake up to the original duo, creating a bolder more mature album.

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