First appeared at: https://www.ambientlightblog.com/same-planet-different-orbit-a-pluto-interview/ There’s a famous line from that great Ackroyd/Balushi movie The Blues Bothers: “We’re getting the band back together!” That’s exactly what’s happened to Auckland based alt-pop crew PLUTO (Pipe Lines Under The Ocean) who, after a 10 year break, have managed to almost seamlessly remerge back onto
Originally appeared on https://www.13thfloor.co.nz/sola-rosa-moves-into-new-spaces-interview/ Sola Rosa (aka Andrew Spraggon) is back with a new ep, In Spaces, building on his reputation for creating a wild fusion of genres – everything from hip-hop and jazz, to neo-soul, Latin and funk. This time he’s employing a few Euro-industrial elements as well.
Published on http://www.13thfloor.co.nz Last Call For Wellington’s Bodega On a quiet Friday afternoon music fanatic and long-time Bodega patron Tim Gruar popped up the road to have a beer with owner Murray (‘Mo’) Hepple (co-owner with Catherine Popert) to talk about his long career in the music industry, buying this
The 13th Floor’s Tim Gruar talks to Paddy Free of Pitch Black about their new album, Filtered Senses: Celebrating 20 years in the music business, Pitch Black, have been labelled the ‘godfathers of Kiwi electronica’. This month, nine year’s after their last release they finally drop their fifth studio album,
First Published on http://www.13thfloor.co.nz A Traveller’s Tale, Trip To The Moon’s sixth studio album, is the essence of over 3 year’s solid work claims Trevor Reekie. Reekie along with multi-instrumentalist Tom Ludvigson has been recording their own unique version of trip-hop jazz and fusion since before the turn of the