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October will see the wonderful and frightening world of The Fall returning to New Zealand for two shows. The seminal post-punk group, which has centred around founding member Mark E Smith since forming in Manchester in 1976, will be coming off the back... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9987/The-Fall-Announce-Two-New-Zealand-Shows.utr'>—more</a></span> 
Watching Amy is an extraordinary experience. In the space of an hour-and-a-half you witness the contrast and immediacy of seeing a vibrant, strong ”gobby” woman, being destroyed by addiction, bulimia, fame, herself and others. The journey leaves you... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/10002/Film-Review-Amy.utr'>—more</a></span> 
New York trio Jon Spencer Blues Explosion are en route to New Zealand to play four shows off the back of releasing their tenth studio album Freedom Tower: No Wave Dance Party 2015, released earlier this year through Mom + Pop Records. A ferociously... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/9992/Interview-Jon-Spencer-Blues-Explosion.utr'>—more</a></span> 
Dream pop outfit Yumi Zouma have announced two headline shows in New Zealand for September as part of a wider antipodean tour. The Christchurch-formed group were last in the country in May when they undertook a string of shows with Doprah, but with the... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/10008/Yumi-Zouma-Announce-Two-New-Zealand-Shows.utr'>—more</a></span> 
Lydia Lunch's contributions to the underground cultural landscape are far too lengthy to list here. The 56-year-old poet, writer, actor, artist and musician first emerged on the New York scene in the late 1970s and was dubbed with the name... <span class='readMoreLink'><a href='/news/10010/Interview-Lydia-Lunch.utr'>—more</a></span>


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