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Review: End Of The Alphabet Records - NoFi Rainbow Vol. 1

Review: End Of The Alphabet Records - NoFi Rainbow Vol. 1

Friday 31st October, 2014 11:00AM

Wellington seems to have become a hothouse of experimental music cross-pollination, with open-minded venues like Pyramid Club, Moon 1, and Homies rapidly filling the gap caused by the recent 'venue-pocalypse' of bar closures. Another sign of good health is new Wellington-based label End Of The Alphabet Records’ debut compilation NoFi Rainbow, which provides an accessible view of the exploratory talent percolating in the bowl-like city. It's a confident opening salvo for the fledgling label, with eight tracks by a mix of emerging and established artists running from cracked electronic beat workouts, to celestial vocal drones, to wobbly ecstatic outsider-pop and beyond....

Click here to read Chris Cudby's full review of NoFi Rainbow, and stream the album in full below...


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