Hey, how was that lockdown for you? We’re at level two now and so the walks can extend a bit further and you can add to your bubble, or pop it, or whatever…there are still some rules of course but all going well they’ll ease in the coming days and weeks and hopefully talk of […]
Harold López-Nussa Trio Opera House, Wellington (7pm) Sunday, June 11 To conclude a most excellent jazz festival the Sunday night show featured the Harold López-Nussa Trio featuring Harold on piano, his brother Ruy Adrian on drums and electric bassist Julio Cesar Gonzalez.
Anything Could Happen is right – for this set of tunes at the Southern Cross I found myself on one turntable only; meaning it wasn’t really DJing…nothing to do but pick records and line then up for a quick change, fader down, next one on, hope that the gap wasn’t too obvious (even though it […]
Ed Kuepper is playing a couple of solo shows in New Zealand – following his support slot opening for The Stranglers. I have the honour of opening and closing the show at Meow in Wellington, next Sunday, April 17. I’ll be playing some records to start the night and to close-off after the gig. Kuepper […]
This Saturday, February 23, Cat Power will play Wellington’s Town Hall. And thanks to Mystery Girl I have one double-pass to offer for a lucky Off The Tracks reader. To be in to win all you have to do is leave a comment below telling me your favourite Special Guest: Five Albums I’m Loving post […]