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Age Pryor

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Age Pryor is a Wellington multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who recently released the groove/funk/rock/reggae influenced City Chorus.

The tracks on City Chorus are sophisticated and beautifully crafted with an undeniable pop sensibility. These are rich and chilled out sounds, thoughtfully produced.

The album includes seven vocal songs, including the heartfelt single The Best For You, and four instrumentals, including two moody interludes and a stonking 9-minute funk-dub jam entitled Barefoot Breakitdown.

Although created by Age Pryor, City Chorus is the result of a collaboration with fifteen other musicians representing over a dozen Wellington bands including Fat Freddy's Drop, The Woolshed Sessions, TrinityRoots, Twinset and The Black Seeds and his music appears on a number of compilations, including the Miramax feature film soundtrack Eagle vs Shark.

Age is a founding member, musical director and executive manager of the wildly popular ukulele ensemble The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra.

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