Interns Headbanger (ep) 1133265 Records DK Wellington’s Interns have here done what any band should do I think – that is to say, release the good songs, go EP over album. So here we have seven smugly cynical, sharply satirical pop songs. Good fun.
The first time I saw Don McGlashan, well it might have been in the Plague or the Whizz Kids. I saw the Plague several times in the late 70s as they played some of the same gigs as Negative Theatre – Nambassa, Christchurch students’ art fest and I saw them in Hamilton and Wellington too. […]
A couple of years ago I had a chat with Anthonie Tonnon –it was in the lead up to his then-new album, his first solo record and we got to talking about economy in songwriting, the ideas around narrative, songs that seem to be stuffed with back-story, but done in a subtle, stirring way. There are certain […]
Dave Dobbyn Harmony House Dave Dobbyn Here is the new Dave Dobbyn album – his first in eight years. Yes! If you’ve been waiting, you’ve been waiting too long… Beginning with Waiting For A Voice, its title perhaps giving us a clue behind the delay between records, we’re in a different world, particularly as album […]