Music

Busy night at Taste Merchants

Busy night at Taste Merchants

Tonight, five Dunedin artists converge on Taste Merchants to celebrate the debut releases of singer-songwriters Ciaran McMeeken and Some Other Creature.

The Guide: What's on this week

The Guide: What's on this week

Gigs Circadian Rhythm, St Andrew St. •Fridays, 5.30pm: Duo jazz: Phil Lyons and Trevor Coleman.

Crown Hotel, Rattray St. •Friday, 9pm: Stonehurst, Osmium, Kentucky Fried Children, Warsaw. Embers, 2 Manor Pl. •Sunday, 7.30pm: New Edinburgh Folk Club presents My Pennyworth.

Play my music, Armstrong 'tells' Dr John

Play my music, Armstrong 'tells' Dr John

You can't get much more New Orleans than Dr John and Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong -- so when the former plays the latter, it's enough to get Big Easy fans sitting up.

CD Reviews:

CD Reviews:

Originating from Waikuku Beach, north of Christchurch, but now based in Wellington, French for Rabbits follow well-received EP Claimed by the Sea with lush yet spare debut album Spirits, on which frontwoman Brooke Singer offers a warm focus to a collection of songs that, in other hands, might have come across as removed, or cool even.

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