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Listen to Rhian Sheehan on the Sweetman Podcast

Rhian Sheehan is a musician whose work includes a series of studio albums, soundtracks to soundtracks to TV, short film, documentary and feature-length movies, video games and even a theme-park ride. He has just released his new album, A Quiet Divide, and opens a special series of shows across New Zealand, transforming venues into spectacles …

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Witchdoctor explains the Victory of the Musical Magpie

Don’t worry, it’s the 21st Century, it’s okay to like pop music and weird shit too, writes GARY STEEL. Content provided by Witchdoctor, “entertainment for grownups”. Read the story with full photographic content, plus more writing about technology, sound and vision, gadgetry, gaming and gear at https://www.witchdoctor.co.nz/ I well remember the litmus test of rock credibility …

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New venues but no General admission for Film Festival

Four cinemas in Reading Courtenay Central will present over 250 screenings during the 46th Wellington Film Festival, alongside many more screenings at the Embassy and other established Festival venues. But the Paramount and Soundings are not included as venues for this year’s programme, and there won’t be a screening of the restoration of Buster Keaton’s …

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Lōemis solstice festival concludes with fiery climax

Claire Mabey and Andrew Laking of events company Pirate & Queen are producers of unique niche happenings that have been involved and rewarded Wellington participants and audiences for five years. Their current solstice event, Lōemis, comes midway through their busiest year ever – including a new addition to the family. MARK CUBEY Claire Mabey and Andrew …

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