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The Courtneys Announce NZ Support Acts - Click For Full Story
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The Courtneys Announce NZ Support Acts

With only a week to go till Canada's slacker pop three-piece The Courtneys play in New Zealand, we are pleased to announce the local support acts for their Auckland and Wellington shows.

Sneaky Feelings - 'Send You' Deluxe Re-Issue Announced

Dunedin's Sneaky Feelings first featured on Flying Nun's 1981 Dunedin Double compilation, filled with lush pop harmonies, those first tracks were then followed by their debut full length - Send You two years later.

iHeartRadio NZ presents Jessie J - Live in Concert

iHeartRadio NZ is thrilled to announce Grammy award-nominated, pop and R&B superstar Jessie J live in NZ for the first time ever!

NZ Blokes Interview: These Four Walls Part 2

These Four Walls have been doing the hard yards over the past 18 months on the Gold Coast of Australia!

NZ Blokes Interview: I Am Giant

Francis from NZ Blokes got to have a chat with Paul and Ryan from I Am Giant!

Ekko Park Release Brand New Single 'Validation'

In anticipation of their performance at Homegrown 2015, Ekko Park announce the release of the brand new single 'Validation' on 2nd March 2015.

Primacy Primacy
Primacy is a 5 piece metal band from Auckland NZ that formed in mid 2014 out of the ashes of local bands Heathen Eyes, Overhaile and The Blacklight Configuration.

Mixing elements of heavy rock, progressive metal with some bluesy flavour added in for a touch of soul - Primacy have come out strong in 2015 and are currently planning nation wide shows, an official release and more high energy groove metal!


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