It’s not too late for your best-album-of-2017 lists, so get your copy today (just click the ‘buy’ button above… yes we’re still more interested in ‘the album’, as a unified artform, with a theme and structure, rather than streaming playlists).
Our next big project is a show in the NZ Fringe Festival – watch this space.
We alsoplayed a number of gigs in the Wellington region, including a well-received album launch at the Pyramid Club, a semi-residency at the Fringe Bar, and a surprise Wairarapa debut this month in Featherston.
I moved to Featherston this year, so will be bringing a lot more Wairarapa news in 2018.
My other main music project of 2017, in a completely different genre, was performances and recordings of traditional Javanese music (and a Jack Body composition) with Gamelan Padhang Moncar. We look forward to playing at Cubadupa Festival, releasing an album, and hopefully re-visiting Indonesia in 2018.
That’s our gigs and projects for the year, and we’ll be back with new ideas in 2018… thanks for listening, see you at the Fringe!
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