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
From his lofty position in the lighting box Tim Gruar took a few sneaky snaps of this year’s production. He’s collected together the choicest cuts and created two albums that capture talent and magic of this show. Photos – Part 1 & Part 2 Feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
First appeared: https://www.ambientlightblog.com/bailey-wiley-bailey-wiley-ep/?fbclid=IwAR1EuYdYaR41rodCAu65HpZToA9-G5CrrUg1JzZVPY8YZmjHv4wkMqttJHg If the name is slightly familiar then it’s possible you’ve been to a Fly My Pretties show recently. That’s when this young, vibrant soul singer’s talent bubbled up towards the mainstream. But she’s been around for a while. A ‘Naki’ girl, originally, Wiley grew up with the
Originally appeared: https://www.ambientlightblog.com/stuff-of-inspiration-an-eyreton-hall-interview/ Auckland-based duo Eyreton Hall’s upcoming album Spaces, will has just been released this month. And it’s a collection of music that dives deeply into parenthood, pathos and philosophy. At it’s core, the jazz-folk team is comprised of husband and wife team Toni Randle and Andrew Keegan. Their 2014
Here’s a range of recent gig photos I’ve taken at WOMAD, San Fran (Wellington), Slow Boat Records, and other venues in the Capital.