Nathan Haines (born: 1972) is one of New Zealand
Archers were formed in 2010 in Portland, OR by brothers Mike and Chris Cantino. influences: television/neon boys, the wipers, new zealand, lou reed/tvu, the soft boys, pavement, the fall, the clash, the who, twisted village, shoes, the feelies, sonic youth, rich hell, gbv, dino jr, kinks, mayo thompson, C86, mahler
Born 1960, in Auckland, New Zealand. so getting on a bit for re-starting a music career mate. Yeah, so was J J Cale. In 1979/80 Dave was the singer in Auckland band Spherox. He also had a brief stint playing guitar in Dusky Nepia's Show Band. Life sort of got in the way as it does, but Dave never stopped playing, and in his early 40's he started writing and recording music again. You can listen to and download Dave's songs from the free downloads page on this site.
Urbantramper is a 'Future Folk' band from Wellington, New Zealand. The group formed in 2000 and has undergone a number of line-up changes. "Rise and Ride Toward..." was the group's fourth and most recent album.
Surf City first came in to existence when bored friends Davin Stoddard and Josh Kennedy met at a party in Mt Roskill, Auckland, New Zealand in 2004. Tired of the heavy avant-garde music that was prolific at the time Stoddard and Kennedy teamed up with Josh
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Pronounced "Un-Double Neuf-Cinq" (One double nine Five). A French hip-hop group from the Paris Suburb (Montrouge 92). Composed of 6 members: Nekfeu (or Fennek), Alpha Wann (or Phaal), Sneazzy, areno Jaz, Fonky Flav' and Dj Lo. It is part of the collective "L'Entourage". 2) 1995 are a Darkwave Pop band from Auckland, New Zealand, consisting of 5 members; Adrian Bird (Guitar/BV), Matt Offord (Vocals/Keys), Dave Provan (Guitar), Jordan Puryer (Drums/BV) and Chris Washer (Bass). Formed in Auckland, 2007.
Singer/songwriter Mel Parsons is a two-time Tui Award finalist for Folk Album of the Year. Her debut album 'Over My Shoulder' was released in March 2009 and has recently released her second record 'Red Grey Blue'. She currently resides in Auckland, New Zealand.
Great Rock and Roll doesn't just happen. It's made. With sweat, swagger and the swilling of alcohol. And Zed makes rock the way it should be made. Loud guitars, a dose of whiskey and a middle finger. San Francisco Bay Area's Zed takes it cues from the greats like Zeppelin, Sabbath and AC/DC, and mixes them with their other musical influences such as Clutch, Rage Against the Machine and Queens of the Stone Age.