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Deadpan folk songstress Courtney Barnett is heading to Auckland for one show in mid-September. The Melbourne musician has been capturing the imaginations of audiences around the globe as she weaves mundane day-to-day dealings into witty folk songs... <a href='/news/8467/Courtney-Barnett-Heading-To-New-Zealand-in-September.utr'>more</a> 




Auckland punks DHDFD's have recently returned from an trip around with Japan with their Nishinomiya City counterparts King Brothers, following the release of the two band's split album The DHDFD's vs King Brothers. The DHDFD's provided us a wee... <a href='/news/8470/Dear-Diary-The-DHDFDs-Do-Japan.utr'>more</a> 

Masked punk rocker NOBUNNY (the onstage alter-ego of elusive American musician Justin Champlin) is heading to New Zealand for the first time to perform two shows. The September dates follow a six-stop Australian tour and Champlin is dragging his pals... <a href='/news/8463/Nobunny-and-The-Hussy-Announce-First-Ever-NZ-Tour.utr'>more</a> 
For this installment of Love Thy Neighbour we check out Sydney-based trio The Friendsters, who have familial connection to New Zealand. The three-piece is spearheaded by Auckland native Roberta Stewart, who is the equally talented sister of Lucy... <a href='/news/8474/Love-Thy-Neighbour-The-Friendsters.utr'>more</a> 
Wellington-based bedroom producer Skymning is unveiling his new track 'Pop Bottles'. If the name sounds familiar that's because it borrows from the 2007 single by Birdman featuring Lil Wayne (which went on to sell more than 3,690,000 copies). However... <a href='/news/8477/Listen-Skymning---Pop-Bottles-UTR-Premiere.utr'>more</a> 
Two-piece trash act The Admiral is formed by good pals Matt Rapley and Samuel Ralston, who flat together and also present the popular Dirtbag Radio show every other Monday on 95bFM, as well as playing in a band together. Earlier this year, the Auckland... <a href='/news/8493/Interview-The-Admiral.utr'>more</a>


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