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Album Review: Time To Go – The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86

Album Review: Time To Go – The Southern Psychedelic Moment: 1981-86

Friday, 27th April 2012 9:51AM

Love it or hate it, Flying Nun is difficult to avoid when discussing New Zealand music. The label is a significant milestone in the development of local industry and a creative watershed with an undeniable influence both here and abroad. Flying Nun is practically a cliché in its own right. Strongly connected with the “Dunedin Sound”, the label is most commonly perceived as a purveyor of jangly alternative pop music typified by the Clean, the Chills, the Verlaines and so on.

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