We can't believe it's March already! This weeks theme was Westy Music.
TEAM PICKS OF THE WEEK
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RADIO PLUGGER AND IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT
Bogan as all hell and proud of it, in the early noughties, 8 Foot were the closest we had to heavy metal superstars. I remember losing a few shoes at one of their triumphant mid-afternoon Big Day Out sets and then getting the band to sign my sleeveless t-shirt in marker pen. Their first big hit, it's the type of music that will make you headbutt a pig. Which can only be a good thing.
‘Sensing Me’ is a claustrophobic dream of elation, desperation, regret and double meanings.
Flying Nun Records are presenting the AK79 40th Anniversary Edition reissue, on 2LP (Limited Edition Ruby Red Vinyl), 2LP and CD.
Shot back in New Zealand by ’The Barrel’ collaborator Martin Sagadin, Harding takes on multiple identities, staying true to her mystifying, artful style.
Aldous Harding’s track ‘The Barrel’ was named winner of the 2019 APRA Silver Scroll Award at Vector Arena last night.
Jangly electric distortion has been replaced with a hazy warmth and light psychedelia.
'I'm Doing Fine' is an upbeat, sass-fuelled break up pop song.
Melt is the work of a band at its collective creative height.
Thanks to Vogel’s NZ for using an iconic NZ song once more.
Johnson and his superb band (Ben King, Wayne Bell and Josh Logan) will perform five concerts around New Zealand.
Hinewai is the soundtrack to the documentary film Fools & Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest
Sportsman of the Year will be an entertaining and inspirational evening and is not to be missed.
Perfumed Earth offers lush pentatonic melodies combined with shimmery kaleidoscopic.