Pixx Share New Video For ‘Romance’

New ‘Romance’ Video

Pixx – the alter ego of Hannah Rodgers – has released visuals for her song ‘Romance’ created by Alice Clingan (the same director behind the ‘Waterslides’ video). Filmed at Rodgers’ beloved local football club, Walcountians, it’s a playful tribute to the romance that endures within its walls.

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Destroyer shares “Cover From the Sun”

Destroyer shares “Cover From the Sun” as final preview of new album ken, out Friday

Before the October 20 release of Destroyer’s 12th album ken, Dan Bejar is sharing one final preview from the release that Record Collector has already called “a luxury item, one of the most vital pieces of hand luggage on our hero’s journey.”

Listen to & share Destroyer’s “Cover From the Sun” now

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Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons Announce New NZ Tour Dates

Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons
Together in Concert – November 2017
**TWO MORE SHOWS ADDED**

Due to popular demand, two more Auckland shows have been added to Greg Johnson and Mel Parsons’ upcoming New Zealand tour.

With the first show sold out (The Vic – Nov 9) and the second selling fast (The Tuning Fork – Nov 10) this is a tour not to be missed! Secure your tickets to a heart-warming string of songs and swagger taking place across November in the depths of both North and South islands.

Tickets are on sale from Ticketmaster (all Auckland shows) and Eventfinda (rest of NZ). A Ticketmaster pre-sale for the two extra shows starts 3pm today, with general sale from 9am Thursday.

ADDED DATES:
SAT 11TH NOV – THE VIC, DEVONPORT
THURS 23RD NOV – THE HOWICK CLUB, HOWICK

Full tour details available from:
plus1.co.nz, melparsons.com & gregjohnsonmusic.com

Greg Johnson & Mel Parsons
Live in Concert:

Thurs 9 November: The Vic, Devonport (SOLD OUT)

Fri 10 November: The Tuning Fork, Auckland (SELLING FAST)

Sat 11 November: The Vic, Devonport *ADDED SHOW

Sun 12 November: St Peter’s Hall, Paekakariki (matinee show)

Sun 12 November: Meow, Wellington

Wed 15 November: Sherwood, Queenstown

Thurs 16 November: The Cook, Dunedin

Fri 17 November: Blue Smoke, Christchurch

Sat 18 November: Naval Pt Yacht Club, Lyttleton

Thurs 23 November: The Howick Club, Howick *ADDED SHOW

Fri 24 November: Totara St, Mount Maunganui

Sat 25 November: Haumoana Hall, Hawkes Bay

Sun 26 November: Nivara Lounge, Hamilton

Tickets to Auckland & Devonport shows: ticketmaster.co.nz
Tickets to all other shows: eventfinda.co.nz

For Mel, 2017 has been a busy year of touring New Zealand, Australia, and Europe in support of her highly acclaimed third album Drylands. She’s looking forward to wrapping up the year with this national tour – her first with Greg.

“We’re going to have great fun with each other’s songs. Touring around some of my favourite NZ venues on the cusp of summer with Greg and a great band – bring it on!”

“I met Mel when she opened for me in Queenstown in 2011,” says California-based Greg. “She impressed me a lot as a wonderful songwriter and since then she’s gone from strength to strength building an audience all around the world.

“I’m sure my crowd and her’s will cross over a fair bit, while the uninitiated are in for a great night of discovery”.

Greg’s forthcoming EP Low Frequency Word will be released ahead of the tour, and will be available on CD at all shows.

Expect plenty of songwriting gems from the pair responsible for the likes of ‘Save Yourself’, ‘Isabelle’, ‘Far Away’, ‘Don’t Wait Another Day’, ‘Get Out Alive’, ‘Now The Sun Is Out’, and many more!

Follow Mel Parsons online:
melparsons.com
facebook.com/melparsonsmusic
instagram.com/melparsonsmusic
youtube.com/user/MelParsonsOfficial
twitter.com/caperoad

Follow Greg Johnson online:
gregjohnsonmusic.com
facebook.com/GregJohnsonmusic

Wolf Parade – NEW ALBUM!! NEW VIDEO!!

WOLF PARADE’S CRY CRY CRY IS OUT NOW!

PRAISE FOR WOLF PARADE

“…Their best yet,” ****The Guardian

“A dark and beautiful reunion record”SPIN

9/10Drowned in Sound

“Cry Cry Cry is 21st century rock at its most delectably omnivorous [8/10].”Uncut

“Cry Cry Cry is fully and completely a Wolf Parade record. The band not only sounds like itself, it sounds as good as ever.” [8.5/10]Under the Radar

Wolf Parade’s Cry Cry Cry, the band’s excellent fourth album, is out now on Sub Pop / Rhythmethod.

In celebration, Wolf Parade dropped a new long-form video entitled “Cry III (King of Piss and Paper / Artificial Life)” during their Indieheads AMA.

WATCH HERE:

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