In Review: Beast Epic – Iron & Wine

Upon my discovery of Iron & Wine in 2007, they quickly became my favourite band – but I didn’t realise that ten years on, I would still consider them the epitome of musical magnificence. Since the releas...

Interview: Ciaran McMeeken

After building his musical foundation in Dunedin, Ciaran McMeeken made the move up to Auckland in 2015 to pursue the most courageous venture – making music. Despite the growing acoustic and folk movement, McMee...

In Review: Fleet Foxes – Crack-Up

Six years since the release of Helplessness Blues, folk artisans Fleet Foxes have settled comfortably back into our plane of consciousness with their captivating and lyrically heavy new album, Crack-Up. Comp...

NEW MUSIC: Fleet Foxes

For me personally, Fleet Foxes has never existed outside of 2008. This is partially due to its popularity at the time amongst a few angsty souls, and its rare capability to align with a very small and significa...