Month: April 2012

Jaz Coleman Interview

Written for Groove Guide April 2012 Frontman for post-punk pioneers Killing Joke, eco-activist and classical composer Jaz Coleman is certainly one of the most unique individuals I’ve interviewed.  The most obvious question – why so much variety, so many projects?  “Well, it’s the way it’s landed.  All the guys in

Review : Dust and Dirt – The Black Seeds

Wellington’s The Black Seeds are one of the best, long serving reggae-funk-fusion collectives in the country. Their conscious lyrics and modern grooves reflect a soulful ambiance. A move from Newtown’s “Surgery” to their own space in Mt Cook has brought some new inspirations.