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    The Eighth Note: Simloco

    19.10.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is Kapiti Coast Hip-Hop artist, and No Problemos member, Simloco.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    I’m a musician from the Kapiti Coast lately focusing on creating hiphop with a twist. Following up from a successful few years with The No Problemos, a couple of us having started our latest endeavour under Simloco. Creating beats and writing raps in a home studio, we trust the process and make music with no expectation.

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    We’ve been working hard on an album for the last year or so, ready for release in October. We’re putting a lot of focus on getting some visuals together and are looking forward to getting some new music out there to the people.

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    We’ve got a few clips on YouTube, some songs on SoundCloud but will be sure to get the release on Spotify, Apple Music etc.

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    Californiacation – Red hot chilli peppers
    1999 – Joey Badass
    Uprising – Bob Marley

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    Drax Project, Louis Baker.

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    Bring back Bodega! 😉

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    My homie Dusty Miller aka Tim Calkin is a beat making mistro and we’ve been making music together since day one. Often we’ll sit down, get inspired and make something from scratch. In the ideal situation we’ll get the bones of a track in an evening and let it work itself together from there.

    Where/when is your next gig?
    Playing with SkyCanvas in October at San Fran. We’ll be doing a local headline show in Kapiti and again in October for the album release.


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    The Eighth Note: We Are Home

    11.10.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest’s are Fraser and Lars from new psychedelic band We Are Home.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    We are an independent Wellington based band that write and play psychedelic rock/funk music. We’ve been together for about three and a half months with the current lineup, each of us with different musical experiences. We like to bring a fresh blend of tunes riddled with self improvement and existential themes.The core motivation and messages we bring are of self-discovery, positivity, and exploration of the human experience.

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    We’re working on our debut album titled ‘Winds Of Change’ currently. We’re releasing it in three waves which people can pick up for free when you sign up to our Website. The first wave is due to release 23rd October.

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    Online. We’ve got Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Spotify, and a Website.

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    Given Lars writes 95% of the music, his three most influential albums are:
    Where the Light is – John Mayer
    Dark Side of the Moon – Pink Floyd
    Lost in the Dream – The War On Drugs

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    We’re not hugely familiar with all of the local bands as yet! But we’ve worked with Earth To Zena and Archie The Brave, and they’re both amazing groups that we’d love to work with again. Otherwise, we’d be willing to work with anyone local if they’ve got a similar rock/funk/psychedelic sound! We love branching out and making more connections with other musicians.

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    We’ve only played Moon Bar and Caroline as a full band. While we love both, the system at Caroline was absolutely popping. We frequent the night markets on left band and also busk on the waterfront frequently too. As everyone in Welly will say, “you can’t beat Wellington on a good day”. So venue, Caroline, but the waterfront is beautiful too.

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    Lars will write something using acoustic guitar and vocals, and bring that idea to the band. Then Dani normally comes up with a harmony, and the other boys write their respective parts normally on the fly. The songs normally come together very quickly, and take a few sessions of structure and polishing before they’re ready for performance.

    Where/when is your next gig?
    Moon Bar in Newtown, on October the 11th. Tickets from our Website.


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    The Eighth Note: Lucifer Gunne

    04.10.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is Rory from Lucifer Gunne.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    My name is Rory, Lead singer and Bassist of Lucifer Gunne, an alternative rock band from Wellington, New Zealand

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    Currently, We’re wrapping up on our last few shows of this year, and getting ready to work on some new material for you all! Our plans have changed throughout 2018, and the EP isn’t looking likely to see the light of day, but we promise you, we’ll make up for it with something MUCH larger next year. We can’t spill much on it yet, but you’ll definitely wanna watch this space!

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    You can find us over on Facebook for any new info about the band! This is where you’re most likely to find any news on us, and any updates to the band!
    As for our music, you can find us on any of your favorite streaming platforms! We also have a Website where you can find CD’s and merch!

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    -The Black Parade by MCR (I love dramatic concept albums, and this one holds a lot of nostalgia for me!)
    Demon Days by Gorillaz (Again, a lot of nostalgia, this album gave me a whole new avenue of music to explore in the more electronic based scene)
    American Idiot by Green Day (Oh man, what an album! The storytelling aspect has definitely shaped the way I work as a musician and was probably my soul influence for picking up a guitar)

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    There’s two groups that really stand out in the local music scene at the moment for me: Pale Lady and EgoValve. All the guys from Pale Lady are super talented as well as really nice guys, make sure to check out their EP Told to Fold. EgoValve on the other hand, are an awesome three piece that I can’t stop listening to at the moment. In answer to your question, I have no idea how I could collaborate with these guys, but man I’d love to!

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    This one has to go to Valhalla. We’ve played there so many times and can’t get sick of it, there’s always a good lineup and the crowd is usually great. If you don’t know where to support your local scene, definitely check this place out.

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    Usually me or Don (Guitarist) will bring something along to the table. If it’s already finished, we just make up parts for the rest of the band and we’ve got our song right there. I personally prefer it when we all just jam in our practice space and see what we can come up with. With a new project on the rise though, we’re trying to change up the way we right, I can’t give away the secret sauce right now, but we hope you will all notice the difference!

    Where/when is your next gig?
    Our next gig will take place on the 4th of October at Valhalla.


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    New Single: Peyton Morete

    01.10.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘New Single’ is where a band or artist answers a couple of quick questions about their latest Single release. Up next is young songwriter Peyton Morete, who earlier in the year won the House Of Sound – Music Academy & It’s not OK Campaign ‘Champions of Kapiti Songwriting Competition’. The task was to write a song to encourage the voice of young people who have faced some tough challenges in life or know people who have and to encourage hope. The prize was to have the song professionally recorded, with an accompanying video, at Surgery Studios in Wellington by Lee Prebble, with Barnaby Weir as the producer. Peyton’s song ‘Little Guys’ was the winner.

     

    What the song is about lyrically?
    The song lyrically is about how there may be rough times right now and you may feel life isn’t worth living and there is no hope but just take one day at a time and eventually you’ll find something or someone who will bring light to your life. That I know how hard it must be to go through this emotional and physical pain but you’ll find peace if you keep on going.

    Who produced/recorded it? Did the track come together in the studio, or at home?:
    I went to Surgery Studios in Wellington where Barnaby Weir, from the Black Seeds, produced my song and Lee Prebble mixed it. I also had help with drums and piano parts from Andy Christiansen and Elan Van Mills from House of Sound Music Academy.

    Were there any gear or effects that you used in the mix to get the sound you were after?:
    I used band equipment instead of electronic based music. That’s because I prefer the band recorded sound than the new electronic pop sound. I also think it has more of a natural and real feel to it which helps get the song across more as it feels more real.

    Is this a stand-alone track or part of an upcoming album or EP?
    This track is only a stand-alone track. I am working on recording new songs though that could possibly turn into an ep or album later down the track.


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    The Eighth Note: Tower Of Flints

    28.09.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is Joe from Tower of Flints.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    I’m Joe from Tower Of Flints. We’re a five-piece indie rock band with dark lyrics, great grooves and plenty of noise.
    Lineup is:
    Vocals, guitar – Joe Harrison (previously Brave New Void)
    Guitar / e-bow – Neil Beales (The Sell-Outs)
    Lead guitar – Daniel Edmonds (Gold Wolf – UK)
    Drums – Felix Nesbitt (Funkacybin, Farming The Population)
    Bass – Chris Fursdon (Julie Lamb Outfit, Blackwater).

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    I spent most of the last three years writing material. We still haven’t performed all of it publicly and we’re looking at new ideas too. We’re also looking at incorporating keys/piano into some of the songs. Piano is my new weapon of choice! We will be releasing a single and/or EP in the next few months. Still deciding which songs. (Probably “Blameless”) Also a video – working on concepts!

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    We’re on Facebook and Instagram. There are eleven demos on Soundcloud and YouTube. I keep meaning to sort out Bandcamp too. It’s on my list!

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    Since there are five of us, I suppose this would be fifteen albums? But as I’m the one answering the question (hard one, btw):
    David Bowie – Diamond Dogs
    Suede – Suede
    Elizium – Fields Of The Nephilim
    And about a thousand others across many genres.

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    That’s a tough one, as there are so many great musicians in Wellington! I was talking to Ills Winter (Elizabeth de la Rey) after her set at Moon the other day. We’re looking at a gig together soon, which I’m really looking forward to! I’m a big fan of her Ills Winter and Porcelain Toy work. I’d love to collaborate on stuff.

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    Valhalla. The sound on stage is great, so everyone plays well. Always a good vibe. Cheap beer. Lots of people in black clothes. Dark and moody, just as any great rock venue should be. And as I’m not a great dancer, it doesn’t really matter if my shoes stick to the floor.

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    I work in a very patchy manner, recording bits of different instruments and vocals, shifting them about on the screen until I have a rough structure. Then I go back and record the different parts all the way through. I usually start early on a weekend morning, in my dressing gown, with a coffee and an unplugged guitar, mucking about until something cool happens. I have heaps of notebooks with words, lines, verses and stuff that has just randomly occurred to me. I flick through these as I listen to what I’ve recorded and something usually fits or starts a train of thought. I almost never work out a whole song from start to finish, with all the words in the right order. I’m far too disorganised and chaotic for that. We haven’t written as a band yet, but that’s about to change. So far, the guys have definitely put their own mark on the songs I came to them with and the results are far superior to my demos!

    Where/when is your next gig?
    Caroline, September 28th with Swallow The Rat and Witchblade.


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    New E.P: Ghost Who Walks

    19.09.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘New EP’ is where a band or artist answers some questions about their latest release. Up next is Sam from Ghost Who Walks, whose debut E.P is releasing this Friday.

     

    When/where was the new EP recorded?
    We recorded it in November of last year at Surgery studios, Wellington.

    Who produced/engineered the EP? How did the tracks come together in the studio, or at home?
    It was produced by myself engineered by the Dr Lee Prebble and mastered by Mike Gibson. For the most part I had finalised the arrangements at home before we hit the studio, with the exception of ‘Walking Talking Blues’ the song morphed into something else in the studio which was really cool.

    Did the shorter format of an EP give you the option to experiment in any way with your sound or with different forms of song-writing?
    The four songs we chose to record had only ever existed in a live setting. So it was very much an opportunity to experiment with what was sonically possible with these songs and really giving us a chance to capture the essence of Ghost Who Walks.

    Was there any specific gear you used to capture that?
    Lee came into the live room when I had started my guitar overdubs holding an original Russian big muff, needless to say my Boss fuzz pedal was cast aside and the big muff became a big part of the sound of the record. In terms of microphones, Lee has a beautiful mic collection. From memory we used a Shure sm7b for the vocals which were tracked live and I feel like there was a Royer R-121 on the guitar cab, to name a few.

    Is there a particular track or theme that the EP was formed around?
    The theme for the EP gravitates towards the feeling of loneliness its something we all experience one way or another, even if it’s just in our heads. This is certainly true for the first 3 tracks, the final track ‘Soul Power’ is a parting gift of sorts leaving you with a message of hope.

    Where do you see the EPs place in growing an audience online? Do you see it as a progression towards an album or a separate entity?
    I feel this record is a way of establishing ourselves online for sure. It gives people the chance to hear who we are and what we’re about. It would be a natural progression to head towards creating an album, but we’ll see what the future holds when the time comes.

    Which digital platforms is it available on?
    The EP will be available for streaming everywhere September 21st including on Spotify, Bandcamp and Apple Music.

    Are you doing any gigs or promotion for its release?
    We are having our release party on Thursday the 20th of September at Valhalla. With support from the very groovy Dr Reknaw and DJ Gmajor on the decks. Tickets available From Under the Radar.


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    The Eighth Note: Ash Broke

    08.09.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is Ash Broke from Hip-Hop collective OneRoof.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music?
    I go by the name of ASH BROKE, I represent ONEROOF. My music is basically stories of my life and is a way for me to talk about things I couldn’t talk about in conversation, it is my type of self-therapy.

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    I am currently working on a new album with Hazbeats (YGB) called ‘Hate being Broke’. I am also working on a side project with other local artists including Simloco, Innocent Max, Koast, Hugh Tanner, Dylz & D1m3, MC Dro, Myles Murphy, and Bound2Smoke.

    Where is the best place people can find you and your music?
    Bandcamp.

    What were the three most influential albums to you growing up?
    DMX – It’s dark and hell is hot.
    Tupac – Greatest Hits.
    Notorious B.I.G – Life after Death.

    Which other Wellington artists would you most like to work with?
    Louis Baker and Raw Collective.

    Your favourite Wellington venue to play?
    It’s always been Bodega for me, it’s a hard one to top.

    In your song writing, how do the songs take shape?
    I try to find a beat that evokes a feeling or an emotion. Then I try and draw on something from my personal life that correlates with the vibe of the beat. Then I will rinse the beat on repeat until I start to see the picture clearer

    Where/when is your next gig?
    DMC 18 DJ Championship Sept. 8th at The Grand.


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    New E.P: Josie Moon

    03.09.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘New EP’ is where a band or artist answers some questions about their latest release. Up next is Josie Moon, who has just released a fantastic new EP called ‘Rose Tinted’.

    When/where was the new EP recorded?
    We wrote and recorded almost all of our EP at Rubber Monkey in Wellington. They were super generous and helpful with accommodating us over the summer we wrote it.

    Who produced/engineered the EP? How did the tracks come together in the studio, or at home?
    Nik Brinkman and I co-produced the EP together and wrote 4 of the 5 songs together in the studio. The 5th song which is in interlude was something that I put together at home and then Nik mixed. Nik engineered this EP.

    Did the shorter format of an EP give you the option to experiment in any way with your sound or with different forms of song-writing?
    The format of an EP is really awesome to explore small areas of genres and music ideas in a brief visit. I wanted to explore a blatantly pop direction this time around and the format of an EP accommodates really well for that type of thing.

    Was there any specific gear you used to capture that?
    We tried to use more analogue equipment while composing. There was a Prophet lying around in the studio as well as a few other synths that we experimented with Nik and I are both quite tired of MIDI. We were really lucky to snag a Sony C800G to record most of my vocals on. It’s a really beautiful mic, unfortunately we had to let it go towards the end of the EP because Ed Sheehan needed it to record on up in Auckland and there’s only one of those mics in the country hahaha.

    Is there a particular track or theme that the EP was formed around?
    The EP all fits into this idea of viewing your surroundings through a rose tinted lens. The track-list kind of follows the romanticisation of others and how that can negatively effect ourselves, then goes through a transition towards reclaiming yourself at the end. The idea of rose tinted also plays with the fact that I have synesthesia and many of the songs on this EP are shades of pink and red.

    Where do you see the EPs place in growing an audience online? Do you see it as a progression towards an album or a separate entity?
    I think at this stage I’m still exploring my sound and how I want to express myself so for now I don’t think I’m quite ready for a full album. This EP is definitely its own body of work, although I think 97 (Hurt) kind of hints towards a shift in lyrical focus which I want to cover more expansively in the future.

    Which digital platforms is it available on?
    It’s up on all digital streaming platforms including Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify!

    Are you doing any gigs or promotion for its release?
    I played at the Other’s Way Festival on Friday, the day of its release! I also have some other shows coming up that are yet to be announced, but I’m very excited about.


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    The Eighth Note: Blue River Baby Band

    24.08.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is Cam from Blue River Baby Band.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    Blue River Baby are Ivy Padilla (Panda) lead vocals, Jason Hotton Drums, Matt Fitzpatrick Lead guitar, Dave Bamford bass, John Gualter Sax, Kali Barton Trombone, myself Cam Crawford on keys/BV’s and Raymond Lynch on sound. Blue River Baby are a fresh energetic powerhouse Kiwi Psychedelic Rock band, bringing a wondrous infusion of Soul, Funk, Blues and Roots. Each member is inspired by multi genres and era’s which together form a captivating sound. Ivy’s vocals and on-stage energy intertwine effortlessly with guitar, keys and horns held over fat bass grooves and epic drumming. Originally formed in 2016 the bands members are drawn from current and ex members of Whole Lotta Led, Southside of Bombay, My Golden Soul, Julie Lamb Band, Roger Fox, The Deville Brothers as well as Circa Improvisors. They also won a 3= placing at the 2017 national NZ Battle of the bands.

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    So, we’ve been working on recording our Debut Album (BRBB) at the Surgery Studios with Dr Lee Prebble, during May we managed to lay down 8 tracks. Since then we’ve been re-listening to these under the microscope and identifying opportunities to make each song the best it can be. We’ll then initially release some singles November/ December this year followed by the full album

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    Once our music is ready for release it will be out on all the major streaming channels Spotify, iTunes etc with DRM Distribution, but for now you can check us out at Facebook & ReverbNation.

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    So hard to narrow it down but here it goes:
    The Doors – The Doors
    Led Zeppelin – IV
    Crowded house – Woodface
    We all dig Bob Marley, Hendrix, Beatles, Rolling Stones, The Carpenters, Aretha Franklin
    Dylan, Fleetwood, Shapeshifter, Fat Freddy’s, The Specials.

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    There’s so much diverse and interesting talent in Wellington, I really like what The Nudge and Raw Collective are up to now, would be great to work with them or be on a bill one day with Fat Freddy’s, The Black Seeds, Louis Baker.

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    We’ve played a few now in Wellington, The Grand, San Fran, Valhalla, Angus Inn, Lovelands, Residence, St Peter’s Paekakariki and we’ll play Leroy’s in the next few days. Each of them has their own vibe. Favourites so far would be Lovelands and San Fran we’re also looking for a venue for our singles release’s and Album launch.

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    For me I’ll sit at the piano generally with lyrics or a theme in mind, then chart out what captures me, keeps me interested or connects musically and record it on my phone or whatever is handy. Then drop that into the bands FB Group and dropbox , as a band we collectively jam these out at Practice each adding our parts. Some songs come out pretty much fully formed and others are many months and revisits. In term of Lyrics I keep a journal and will scratch down ideas as they come to mind, sometimes I’ll hear a melody or hook as I’m doing this so will try to capture that before it goes, so my phone is often full of voice memos. Our songs are pretty much all inspired from real life experience and events. As a band we collectively have writing and compositional chops and are brutally honest If we don’t like something, which really helps to keep things moving in the right direction. Two weeks ago, Ivy Padilla came out with a great song “Blood I lost” initially as lyrics with a melody outline, this is now forming into a song that we think will be something special.

    Where/when is your next gig?
    We’re Playing Friday 24th August at Leroy’s Bar 2 Plimmers Steps Wellington, then it’s straight into the studio. After that we’ll have some local single release shows (venues to be confirmed) towards the end of the year. Then we’ve been invited to play the main stage NYE in Nelson in front of 10,000 odd which we’re excited about. Our names also in for a few festival gigs around the city February and March 2019.


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    The Eighth Note: Plaines

    17.08.18 | Permalink | Comment? | By

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ‘The Eighth Note’ is 8 quick Questions with Wellington Musicians.

    A chance for us to catch up with people & see what they’re up to, or introduce you to a new musician/band and their music.

    Today’s guest is new band/art collective Plaines.

     

    Who are you? Tell us a bit about your music:
    We are a multimedia collective from Wellington. Our music is self-described as dream rock: driving, texturally dense, eerie.

    What have you been working on lately? Any new tracks or albums on the way?
    We have an album coming out on August 27th, with 2 singles currently available to download from Bandcamp.

    Where is the best place people can follow you & find your music?
    Currently Bandcamp and Facebook are the best. We will be on Spotify when the album is ready. We also are fairly present on Instagram.

    What were the 3 most influential albums to you growing up?
    The single album that completely changed my world is This Will Destroy You’s self-titled album. That album got me into writing music. Another album on a similar level for me is In Rainbows by Radiohead, that was where I learned that popular music can be as intricate as any other genre. The other major influence growing up would be American Football’s self-titled. That album has the most wondrous guitar interplay and while the notion of honest lyricism is mostly shunned in Plaines, the raw emotion of those songs really gets me. An essential album for any teenager experiencing the trials of love for the first time.

    Which other Wellington musician (s) would you most like to work with?
    We are all big fans of The All Seeing Hand and Tuscoma. We also played with Spook The Horses in a previous iteration of this group and they ripped it. If anyone in those bands sees this hit us up, we’d love to play with you guys!

    What’s your favourite Wellington venue to play in?
    Valhalla without a doubt. Ben is such a lovely dude and super easy to work with. Anyone that needs a venue definitely should hit them up. Even weekdays pop there if you play your cards right.

    In your songwriting or composing (or the band’s songwriting) how do the compositions and songs take shape?
    All the tracks start with the song on guitar. This is then presented to the drummer and we work out a groove and maybe alter structure if that feels necessary. Guitar 2 and bass happen at a similar time, then while recording all the extra textures and drones get added. Vocals are always last.

    Where/when is your next gig?
    We have just announced a tour of NZ in support of our album! We are working our way up the North Island and down the South Island, bookended by shows at home in Wellington. Our next show is at San Fran on the 29th of August. From there we hit Palmy, Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, and return to play Wellington again on the 14th of September.


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