In Review: Half-Light – Rostam

After departing Vampire Weekend in 2016 (and consequently shattering my life), Rostam has been putting his whole heart into every single one of his musical endeavours since. With the release of his debut alb...

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...
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LANY @ the Powerstation 26/7/17

Words by Emily Joshua and Theo Lee It's not every day that you're asked to review a gig for a band that you've never heard of with only an hours notice. Wednesday was one of those days. We turned up to Au...

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...

In Review: Scared of Girls – Suck

Three years on, a few thousand beers and outrageous fashion statements later, four-piece Ponsonby locals Scared of Girls have completed a glorious EP titled Suck now available for your consumption. Contribut...

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...

New Music: Wilco – SCHMILCO

September 9th will see the release of Wilco's latest release - SCHMILCO. Let me just begin by saying that writing the title of this article only confirmed my initial instantaneous belief that this is the best a...