This week brings with it the fourth and final instalment of our New Zealand Music Month special features. This year we ran with the theme of albums that were released in the gold-nugget producing year of 2005, and handpicked some of our favourite... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9710/Album-Stream-Shocking-Pinks---Mathematical-Warfare--Infinity-Land-Music-Month-Special.utr'>—more</a></span> Mick Harvey and The Intoxicated Men kicked off their four-date tour of New Zealand with an captivating show at Auckland venue The Tuning Fork last night. Warming up the stage was local group The Mother's Eyes, before Harvey took the stage with his band... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9705/Live-Photos-Mick-Harvey-And-The-Intoxicated-Men---The-Tuning-Fork-Auckland.utr'>—more</a></span> 
Friday evening saw Shihad and their fans get nostalgic when the long-standing four-piece performed breakthrough 1995 album Killjoy in full. The record, which features seminal cuts 'Debs Night Out' and 'You Again',  is celebrating it's 20th anniversary... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9716/Live-Photos-Shihad---The-Powerstation-Auckland.utr'>—more</a></span> 
Christchurch four-piece Les Baxters assembled early last year and immediately began creating doomy sci-fi exotica. Despite being recently formed, the group consists of long time friends John Chrisstoffels, Dave Imlay, Paul Sutherland and Erin Kember,... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9730/Interview-Les-Baxters.utr'>—more</a></span>

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