Your Inalienable Right to Dance:Dunedin is known for its music scene. The 1980s saw the rise of ‘the Dunedin Sound’ which inspired international acts like Pavement and R.E.M. The 2000s saw the emergence of the beloved surf rock genre, with acts such as Six60 dominating the New Zealand music industry. In its heyday, Dunedin had venues coming out the wazoo, with multiple gigs on every weekend. But our current situation looks a little different. Never before has there...
Doctors of Rock, Professors of RollWhen you were a kid, if you ever saw your teacher outside the classroom, it could be a bit jarring. “What are you doing in PAK‘nSAVE, Mrs Dickson? Shouldn’t you be in Room 9?” Things may have changed since primary school, but going to a gig and seeing your professor on the drums might still throw you off a bit. It turns out this isn’t a rare phenomenon, and there are a number of lecturers across the Uni involved in...
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