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When one thinks of Waiheke Island, one imagines sun-drenched beaches, incredible vineyards and a peaceful paradise.

Legendary kiwi bands Mi-Sex and Dragon headline inaugural Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds

Featuring some of New Zealandís all-time favourite bands, the inaugural music concert Live in Lincoln Selwyn Sounds will walk attendees down memory lane for an unforgettable day and night at the Lincoln Domain.

Weird Together - Ready For This - video premiere; remix EP set to drop

Weird Together is one of the most globally-minded electronic music projects to emerge from the South Pacific in recent times.

Jayson Norris 'Eroded' EP release October 17th

On October 17th at 8pm Jayson Norris will share his new EP 'Eroded' with the world, live on Facebook.

Shapeshifter Announce Album Details

Shapeshifter have revealed the artwork for Stars, the highly anticipated sixth studio album due out November 4th.

Street Chant Announce Last Ever 'C U New Zealand Tour'

Thereís good news and sad news for Street Chant fans...

Pitch Black Pitch Black
Having pumped their way through New Zealand's electronic music scene since their inaugural performance at the annual Gathering New Year's Eve festival in 1997, Pitch Black have spent the last nine years rousing dance floor punters, generating rave reviews, winning awards and gaining thousands of fans across the world.

Hard to box into a single audio 'genre', Pitch Black is a combination of musical journeys, created by Paddy Free and Michael Hodgson. Their sound is distinctive; ranging from organic ambient beginnings and layered soundscapes to skanking keyboards, cutting acid riffs and thumping rhythmic grooves, with dub being the glue that holds their sound together. One critic has described them as like "Richie Hawtin meets King Tubby, or Rhythm and Sound in Technicolor".

Their debut album, Futureproof, was released in September 1999 and rose to the top of the New Zealand electronic charts, despite no marketing or advertising. Their second album, Electronomicon, followed in August 2000, and led to a sell out 30-date tour of New Zealand and Australia. Both albums spawned remix projects, featuring mixes by local luminaries such as International Observer, Epsilon Blue and Downtown Brown.
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Latest Reviews

BattleCat - EP Review: BS Live EP
29 Aug 2016 // by Petros
To the self-proclaimed "antiestablishment" rebel contingent whose minds jump straight to Green Day or Avril Lavigne when I say Punk; instead of berating you I'm going to suggest you watch the Decline of Western Civilization III. Like Hamilton's Battlecat, the film captures the 90's resurgence of the 70's punk aesthetic.
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Album Review: Posts From Planet Earth The Hopkinsville Goblins - Album Review: Posts From Planet Earth
26 Aug 2016 // by Kerry Monaghan
The Hopkinsville Goblins are a Wellington artist/band representing a mish mash of genres under the guise of Alternative Rock, but in many ways, vary far from that. Itís a little difficult to pinpoint whether the Hopkinsville Goblins are merely a gimmick, or actually serious with this album, Posts From Planet Earth.
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Album Review: Locked Out Of Space Tricks & Sleeves - Album Review: Locked Out Of Space
26 Aug 2016 // by Kerry Monaghan
Locked Out Of Space is the debut album from indie rockers, Tricks & Sleeves, showcasing the bands ethereal Pop melodies and infectious hooks. Following on from their self-titled debut EP, Tricks & Sleeves seem to be going from strength to strength, and are a band that I hope are very aware of their talent and future potential.
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Album Review: Humid Nights Eva Prowse - Album Review: Humid Nights
26 Aug 2016 // by Channel1
I first came across Eva Prowse when watching Fly My Pretties, but I havenít heard her first album I Canít Keep Secrets, so didnít know what to expect with this latest release. The first thing that really stands out about Humid Nightsare the song arrangements.
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