Blankets–An Interview with Sasha Ford

Posted 12:54pm Sunday 28th May 2017 by Renee Barrance

  Earlier this year in March, on a rainy Sunday afternoon and post a whirlwind weekend of incredible music happening in Dunedin, I saw Montreal-based composer and sound artist Sasha Ford perform her solo electronic project Blankets at None Gallery. Blankets had also played the night before Read more...

Letter from the Music Editor | Issue 12

Posted 12:31pm Sunday 21st May 2017 by Bianca Prujean

There is something about the creative process that remains amorphous to me. As I write this, Dunedin is in the midst of DWRF 2017 (Dunedin Writers & Readers Festival), a week that is all about creative spirit and the power of the written word. I stand on the awkward eve of explaining to a room Read more...

Basically Baroque

Posted 12:54pm Sunday 21st May 2017 by Ihlara McIndoe

Kicking off the first of the 2017 Matinee series on the 29 April, Dunedin Symphony Orchestra’s Basically Baroque concert was certainly a hit. So often it takes an orchestra a while to settle into Bach, but the Concerto for Violin and Oboe was precise and enthralling right from the get-go. Read more...

This Is Your Haven

Posted 12:51pm Sunday 21st May 2017 by Bianca Prujean

It is 11 May 2017. Tomorrow, an epic lineup of electronic musicians will deliver their ambient, industrial, and techno beats to a dance-starved audience at Dunedin’s artist run space, None Gallery. The lineup includes UK techno producer, Ansome, and sonic allies, Jaded Nineties Raver (J9R), Read more...

‘Non Compos Mentis’ the debut album from I.E. Crazy

Posted 12:18pm Sunday 14th May 2017 by Reg Norris

Once upon a time a younger unfamiliar version of myself left an empty buckets worth of die cast miniature cars in the long grass in our backyard. This silent convoy was uncovered by my dad as he was pushing about our two-stroke suburban Sunday soundtrack machine. Without notice, small colourful Read more...

Happy Feastock

Posted 2:04pm Sunday 7th May 2017 by Henry Francis

In the depths of Refuel at 1am Zac Nicholls of fuzz-rock group Koizilla gleefully chimed to a loyal and hazy crowd “we have two songs left, and then Feastock is over.” Koizilla brought the curtain down on the ninth installment of what has become a centerpiece of the Dunedin music Read more...

I Watched Coachella for Three Days Straight & Now I'm Dead Inside

Posted 2:10pm Sunday 7th May 2017 by Grimm Selfie

Over the Easter weekend I “live-streamed” Weekend One of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival. The stream is not really live - it’s delayed, and is sponsored by a German telco called T-Mobile. T-Mobile have a pink logo in the shape of a capital ‘T’, with two small pink Read more...

Letter from the Music Editor

Posted 2:14pm Sunday 7th May 2017 by Bianca Prujean

I went to a festival once. It was a three-day event. The weather was delicious, the backdrop lush and friendly, the tent… sufficient, the music mind-blowing. The following year I missed out on tickets. I cursed my indecision. How many times did my finger hover over the Buy Now icon on the Read more...

Songs in the Key of Life

Posted 2:27pm Sunday 7th May 2017 by Ihlara McIndoe

Jonathan Lemalu, “fiercely proud to be born and educated in Dunedin” returned home after a busy international season of performances and recordings which took him across four continents, performing to a jam-packed Dunedin town hall on 12 April. The city certainly turned out to show their Read more...

Provisionally Listed: ‘Morningside’ (specifically ‘Friends’) by Fazerdaze

Posted 12:17pm Sunday 30th April 2017 by Reg Norris

Never judge an album by your laptop speakers. And NO I’m not talking about digital vs. analogue or the fucking warm sound your petroleum based non-renewable vinyl records make. But let’s have a quick chat about that before we begin. Once upon a time, and by time I mean ten years, not Read more...

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