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At this year’s Laneway Festival Japandroids promised
they’d be back and they are keping that promise.
After self-releasing two EPs 2007s’ All Lies and 2008s’
Lullaby Death Jams, Japandroids released their
acclaimed debut album debut album Post Nothing in
2009. Their 2012 album Celebration Rock was listed
as one of the best albums of 2012 on almost every
music list.
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It has been reported that Alec
Baldwin is being lined up to front
a late-night talk show. He is said to
have had “conversations” with NBC
about taking over the slot currently
occupied by Carson Daly’s Last Call.
This is one of several changes to
NBC’s late-night schedule, following
the announcement that Jay Leno
is stepping down from The Tonight
Show and being replaced by Late
Night host Jimmy Fallon next year.
iNtO tHE gALAXY
The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be
landing in New Zealand soon. The
4G capable phone will feature a
1.9 GHz quad-core processor, front
camera, a 13 megapixel rear camera
and will include features like gesture
recognition and eye tracking. The
Samsung Galaxy S IV, available in both
black mist and white frost will be out
in New Zealand at 10am on Sat 27 Apr
and will be sold through Telecom,
Vodafone and 2degrees stores.
tWEEt tWEEt MuSiC
There has been talk recently about
the social media site Twitter’s
launching of a new music app. The
speculation surrounding the launch
comes after Twitter confrmed it
had acquired the emerging music
software frm We Are Hunted and
then again last week when Wiz
Khalifa, who has nearly 10 million
follows, tweeted: “Man this new
Twitter music app is insane!” Then
Ryan Seacrest wrote: “Playing with
twitter’s new music app (yes it’s
real!)…” The new music app is believed
to rank music based on personalised
trends and trigger points, including
what Twitter accounts are followed.
POPCORN WiNNERS
In LA on Sunday the 2013 MTV Movie Awards were
held and as always it was a star-studded and cheeky
event. The winners: Best Male Performance: Bradley
Cooper – Silver Linings Playbook, Best Female
Performance: Jennifer Lawrence – Silver Linings
Playbook, Best ‘WTF’ Moment: Jamie Foxx & Samuel
L. Jackson – Django Unchained, Best Fight: Robert
Downey Jr., Scarlet Johansson, Mark Ruffalo,
Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner – Marvel’s
The Avengers, Trailblazer: Emma Watson, Best
Kiss: Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper – Silver
Linings Playbook, Comedic Genius: Will Ferrell,
Breakthrough Performance: Rebel Wilson – Pitch
Perfect, Best Shirtless Performance: Taylor Lautner
– The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2, Best
Villain: Tom Hiddleston – The Avengers, Best
Hero: Bilbo Baggins – The Hobbit, Best Musical
Moment: Rebel Wilson – Pitch Perfect and Movie Of
The Year: Marvel’s The Avengers.
B tHERE B SQuARE
bFM are set to take over K’Rd on Thu 02 May with their block party, bStreet 2013.
The line-up includes: Totems, High Society, Wilberforces, Spring Break, SJD,
Randa, Joe Blossom, Trick Mammoth (DUN), Leno Lovecraft, Drab Doo-Riffs,
Las Tetas, The Raw Nerves, Thee Rum Coves, Rackets, Dirtbag Radio DJs, X-Ray
Fiends, Sex Pest, PCP Eagles, The Cavemen, bFM DJs Zac & Lucy, Andrew Tidball,
Tina Turntables, Delaney Davidson, Swampland and DJ Netti Page.
Entry to Whammy, Wine Cellar, Galatos, & Backbeat will be limited to bCard
holders, available from 95bFM.com, Rhythm Records, Real Groovy and or Sitka
Newmarket.
bStreet is also sharing K Road on 2nd May with First Thursdays, for a mishmash
of visual arts, music, & performance. First Thursdays starts the night from 6-9pm
all along K Road, and bStreet continues the party from 8pm til LATE.
gLOOOMY tONES
Deftones bassist Chi Cheng has passed away at the
age of 42. Cheng had been in a paralysed state after
being in a car crash in November 2008. His family
released the following statement:
“This is the hardest thing to write to you. Your love,
heart and devotion to Chi was unconditional and
amazing. I know that you will always remember him
as a giant of a man on stage with a heart for every one
of you. He was taken to the emergency room and at 3
am today his heart just suddenly stopped. He left this
world with me singing songs he liked in his ear… It is
so hard to let go.”
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The announcement was made last week
that the Big Day Out will return to New
Zealand in 2014. “We strongly felt that
there was real desire for the event to return
to Auckland,” says Auckland BDO promoter
Campbell Smith.
“And more than anything else that really
whet the appetite. We became determined
that if we could, we should bring it back. We
have spent the summer working with the
Australian Big Day Out team and American
partners, C3, the promoters of other major
festivals including Lollapolooza, on a plan to
bring the BDO back to life in New Zealand.”
In January 2014 Auckland will host a multi-
stage music, art and culture event created
and curated specifcally for its New Zealand
audience. It will have its connections to the
event happening over the Tasman, but it
won’t be the same and it will have its links to
the past, yet it will be different.
A line-up topped by some of the biggest
international and local names in rock, pop,
alternative, hip hop and dance music.
The company is not yet able to confrm a
new home for the festival but have been very
vocal about their fngers being crossed for
Western Springs Stadium and Park.
Mayor Len Brown says he would be
thrilled to welcome a Big Day Out NZ back
to Auckland. “Any world class city has a
constellation of events to cater for the
tastes of all of its residents - young and
not so young. Returning a Big Day Out to
our calendar in 2014 would fll a huge hole
and the proposed relocation to Western
Springs would bring this signifcant music
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Your house is on fre, what do save?
Stop, drop and roll. Save the Mac book Pro,
iPad, iPhone, iPod, Kindle and wife and kids…
(I’m joking about the Kindle.)
Favourite ‘80s TV show?
The Young Ones – English comedy was and is
still the best.
Dream job as a kid?
Cleaning logs that came out of the swamp.
First album?
The Moody Blues – The Other Side of Life.
Ultimate festival line-up?
Ok, a tough question, but try this… Jimi Hendrix,
Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Ben
Harper, Queen and D’Angelo (the list could go
on and on.)
How do you discover new music?
Mainly through word of mouth and
recommendations from friends.
Worst job you’ve had?
Doing all the prep work for the painters. Sand
paper is no good for musician’s fngertips!
Which song do you wish you wrote?
I wish I had written ‘Lover, You should’ve Come
Over’ by Jeff Buckley.
Biggest fear?
A serious question deserves a serious answer…
Being apart from my wife and kids when the
world ends.
First gig in attendance?
Billy T. James it was awesome.
Any vices?
Eating the fat off my steak and playing too
much golf. Plus watching Operation Repo and
Dog the Bounty Hunter. Both of those shows
are rubbish but I still fnd myself watching them.
Favourite lyric?
‘Walk Away’ by Ben Harper. “You put the happy
in my ness…” Actually the entire song is great.
SEE HIM LIVE: TIKI TAANE & JAYSON NORRIS
THU 18 APR JUICE BAR, AUCKLAND
FRI 19 APR BODEGA, WELLINGTON
SAT 20 APR DUX LIVE, CHRISTCHURCH
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residents and the thousands of visitors it
draws to Auckland.”
THE BIG DAY OUT NZ: AUCKLAND, JANUARY 2014.
BIG DAY OUT WILL RETURN!
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The prog-punk fusion band is back in New Zealand
after a fve-year absence. Lead by singer/guitarist
Claudio Sanchez, whose soaring voice is a big part of
their appeal, Coheed and Cambria have established
an unparalleled reputation for bringing together
diverse genres to create one stunning narrative on
each of their albums.
Any sound purist knows while iPods may be the thing of the future, vinyl is part
of the past we want to keep alive. And to keep the dream going, Record Store
Day was conceived in 2007. It’s a worldwide celebration, a way to spread the
word about the unique culture surrounding over 700 independently owned
record stores in the US and thousands of similar stores internationally. New
Zealand is doing their part too, with stores in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch,
Palmerston North and even Waihi participating. See our Recordland section to
fnd out what to do this Record Store Day in New Zealand.
As one of the founding members of British alt-
rock band Yes, Jon Anderson was one of the most
infuential voices – and songwriters – of a generation.
His solo show includes classic tales from his days with
the group, with timeless songs from all across the Yes
songbook as well as his own eclectic solo work.
The creation of garage-rocker Kyle Thomas, this
bands charisma has been described as magnetic.
The shows have been called “cheap-beer-soaked tent
revivals”. Their solo debut album, Was Dead, was
the sort of album many musicians would burn down
their garages to make and their latest has captivated
critics around the world. Don’t miss them tearing up
the stage.
Have you been a bad boy/girl? This is the place for
you. While there’s a certain amount of country music
infuence in their work, they can’t defne themselves
in straight-shooting line-dancing style. Dianne Swann
and Brett Adams work their magic with unique song
writing and sounds. Supported by Nightchoir.
Papamoa bad boy Tiki Taane has teamed up with
Jayson Norris for a nationwide acoustic tour. Playing
shows in Tauranga, Hamilton, Kaitaia, Auckland,
Wellington and Christchurch, the boys are joined
by special guest Jess Harlen; a New Zealand-born,
Boston-based soul singer who Rolling Stone magazine
recently dubbed as “an artist to watch”.
Join “The Corporate Voice Experience”, quite possibly
the world’s most unusual and dodgiest band. They’re
a motley collection of musical amigos keen on good
times, with a seemingly insatiable appetite for Jager.
They’ve even had big-name guest players on board
such as Jeremy Clarkson, Jordan Luck and Daniel
Bedingfeld since 2004.
Celebrating their ffth anniversary this year, the
Auckland band is fnally making a return to the live
circuit. This is the frst time in a year that they’ll
be taking their mixture of “pleasant melody and
smashing dissonance, complex structures and punky
mess” on the road.
Ever just wanted to pitch up a hammock between
a couple of palm trees, kick up your feet and forget
about all those back-to-work chores you have to do
before Monday morning? Hell yes you do! There’s live
Latin music, BYO, some kid friendly dining and just
good old fashion fun to be had.
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A decade after the New York
three-piece were blasted into the
collective consciousness by the post-
punk new-wave revival explosion of
the early noughties, Karen O. and
crew return with their fourth full-
length Mosquito. A kinetic blend of
the raucous intensity of their early
days and the textured experimental
musings of their more recent work.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs have spent ten
years grinding up elements of indie
rock, garage, new wave and punk
into a crunchy amorphous swirl of
subversive howls and expansive
grooves. The on and off-stage antics
of larger-than-life lead singer Karen
O. and multi-instrumentalist Nick
Zinner have garnered the band much
mainstream curiosity as well as a
loyal legion of fans across the globe.
Mosquito, the band’s fourth full
length, comes after 2009’s It’s Blitz!
spliced the Yeah’s traditionally
raucous punk-fuelled rock n’ roll
with a more synth-heavy, layered
and polished sound, an evolution
which afforded positive reviews and
increased radio airplay, although less
than expected commercial success.
As if in reaction to that record,
Mosquito takes us back to the band’s
roots. Fuzzy guitars, reverb-drenched
rhythms and Karen O’s trademark
sassy charm all gel here to create
a record that sounds as fresh and
powerful as did their debut Fever To
Tell back in 2003.
The album opens with the turbo-
charged frst single ‘Sacrilege’, a
soulful gospel-fuelled anthem whose
epic scale is up there with anything
the band has produced previously.
Sampled echoes of subway carriages
glide through the haunting ‘Subway’,
gently punctuating it with a smooth
pulsing rhythm as Karen O. channels
Debbie Harry and Kate Bush to draw
us into her captivating underworld.
Title track ‘Mosquito’ is classic Yeahs
– a nice balance between trashy rock
‘n’ roll and honeyed melancholy.
Karen O’s subtle mimicry of a buzzing
mosquito subtly pervades the track,
ratcheting up the tension as it builds
into its vitriolic refrain, with O.
repeating the warning “They’ll suck
your blood”, with such infectious
venom that’s it’s hard not to feel the
bloodthirsty parasites crawling on
your skin. Built around a sublimely
simple and masterfully catchy guitar
riff, the reverb-drenched ‘Slave’ is
another perfect Yeahs gem, and other
standout tracks include punk rock
belter ‘Area 52’ and captivating ballad
‘Wedding Song’.
Overall, the album lives up to its
somewhat insidious title and
accompanying lurid cover art. It is
an album with some unmistakably
uplifting moments, but there is
an irrepressible darkness, which
seeps through the tracks, adding a
bleakness, but also cohesion to the
album. A solid effort from a band
whose constant evolution and genre-
hopping mystery make them always
worth a listen.
WRITTEN BY DAVID KEARNEY
Metal gods Black Sabbath are back on their
anticipated reunion. It’s sure to be one you’ll never
forget. Original band members – the Prince of
Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne, bassist Geezer
Butler and guitarist Tony Iommi – are making a return
to New Zealand for their frst time since performing at
the Great Ngaruawahia Music Festival in January 1973.
Canadian’s fnest – next to Nickelback, obviously
– Bryan Adams’ Bare Bones tour is a series of solo
performances by the star, which led to his most
recent album called, you guessed it, Bare Bones.
Recorded in 2010 it captures sparsely arranged hits by
B-ryan featuring only his distinctive voice and guitar.
Look forward to beautiful acoustic music.
Good friends Luke Thompson and Lydia Cole are
teaming up for an extensive tour this month. From
Kerikeri to Dunedin, the pair are visiting 11 intimate
venues along the way – inns, sheds and roadside
taverns. These alt-pop-rockers are both talented and
critically successful musicians in their own right. The
intimate settings are right up their alley.
Were you just too cool for The X Factor? Or maybe
you’re an up-and-coming artist who just wants to road
test some new material. That, or you’re mates put you
up for a laugh. Whatever the reason, come down to
the self-confessed best open mic night in Auckland
and try your luck for a cash prize. Go hard!
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Who’s in the dead supergroup for
your dream hologram show?
Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Jonas
Brothers. All dead.
Where can your stalkers fnd you
during the weekend?
We are desperate to get stalkers, but
nobody seems interested in following
us around. It’s a shame really. At the
weekend you can fnd us handing
out fiers, “Stalkers Wanted, only the
really creepy need apply.”
Your signature “I’m an amazing
cook” dish is…
Get in the bath with a load of jelly mix
and turn the air con up full. Once the
mixture is set invite friends over to
eat you free.
People say you look like…
ARTIST Q&A
Andy’s head looks like a massive
baked bean with eyes.
Kittens or puppies?
In a fght? Kittens every time. They
are vicious when cornered and will
tear that lovely cute little ppuppies
eyeballs out.
What generic current affair has
your blood boiled?
Have you seen what the Kardashians
have been up too recently? Running
around LA squealing apparently.
I don’t get to watch the news or
current affairs because my girlfriend
always has the bloody Kardashians
on the telly.
SEE THEM LIVE: IDIOTS OF ANTS
TUE 30 APRIL - SAT 04 MAY RANGATIRA AT
Q, AUCKLAND
AUCKLAND
HAMILTON
WELLINGTON
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PLANETARIUM MUSIC SHOW
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Experience U2’s
timeless music with
surround sound
and psychedelic
graphics in the
Planetarium dome.
18+ event that
includes a
glass of wine.
Principal Cello Eliah Sakakushev-von Bismark brings
together a programme that demonstrates this with
original music and arrangements specially written
for cello ensemble. It’s APO’s principal players and
colleagues at their fnest in a delightful setting.
Ever wondered what it would be like to be herded
into a survival zone, protected by four guards and left
to fend off ravenous, fesh-eating monsters? Prepare
for the zombie apocalypse with this immersive, and
highly interactive, theatre production that throws
blood, guts and moral dilemmas right in your face.
This sensory music entertainment show features the
mellow music of Irish rockers U2. Experience their
timeless music through the impressive surround
sound in the Planetarium dome. There’s psychedelic
graphics and imagery accompany the U2 soundtrack,
produced by Clark Planetarium in Salt Lake City,
USA. This is an adults only event, with breads and dips
to complete your evening out.
Not to be confused with the rock band or the ageing
monarch, Queen is a new play by Sam Brooks that
puts the everyday plights of the gay man under the
spotlight. Go behind the contradictions, diffculties
and joys of being young and homosexual man
in today’s society. An eye-opening and thought
provoking theatre piece.
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STARDOME
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FRI 16 APR - SAT 27 APR
8PM, $25, STRADOME.ORG.NZ
TUE 16 APR - THU 25 APR
Artist Bill Culbert is New Zealand’s representative
at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Tour his works through
central Wellington and Te Papa, beginning at Post
Offce Square. There’s also discussion with museum
curators Sarah Farrar and Megan Tamati-Quennell.
Round off the evening with a glass of wine and a
performance of Michael Parekowhai’s piano artwork
He karero.
Indian Ink Theatre Company frst won Production of
the Year in 1988 with their debut show, Krishnan’s
Dairy. They toured the country, then took their
heartwarmingly human storytelling and beautiful
performance overseas. It’s a magical night at the
theatre, a cultural event and a unique experience.
ARt AFtER DARK
KRiSHNAN’S DAiRY
TE PAPA MUSEUM
DOWNSTAGE THEATRE

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Chamber Music New Zealand Presents
featuring music by Bright Sheng, Claire Cowan, Korngold,
Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich
Visit chambermusic.co.nz for programme
and concert details and how to buy tickets.
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NEXT SHOW:
TUESDAY
23RD
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PLANETARIUM MUSIC SHOW
$25
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To book phone 09 624 1246 / stardome.org.nz
Experience U2’s
timeless music with
surround sound
and psychedelic
graphics in the
Planetarium dome.
18+ event that
includes a
glass of wine.
This DAY in RECORDlAnD
RECORD STORE DAY
viNyl
REAL GROOVY RECORDS
438 QUEEN ST, AUCKLAND
Real Groovy has been an institution and a recognisable namesake for more
than 30 years – and once again they’re celebrating with performances,
exclusive local and international vinyl releases, guest DJs and more.
Exclusive local releases include Waves’ original 1975 masterpiece,
Beastwars’ much-anticipated second album Blood Becomes Fire and
Shihad’s debut Churn on 12” vinyl. There’s also a strong line-up of guest
DJs including Northern Soul DJ extraordinaire Nettie Page; Angela from
Under The Radar; Pennie Black from 95bFM and Tova O’Brien from TV3.
Not to mention face painting and a lot of g-times.
PENNY LANE RECORDS
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS, CHRISTCHURCH
With three locations, Penny Lane is Christchurch’s longest established
independent record store trading in new and pre-owned records, CDs, and
DVDs. Owner Dave Howard who saw an opportunity in the marketplace
and put his heart and soul for music and collectables into creating a retail-
trading store where people could buy and sell quality items started the
business in 1998. In the years since, Penny Lane has built-up one of the
largest collections of new and top quality pre-owned CDs, DVDs, records
and collectables in the South Island. They’ve become an iconic business in
the Deep South and are proud to keep the tradition alive.
SOUTHBOUND RECORDS
69 MT EDEN RD, AUCKLAND
The independently owned record store is a retail outlet dedicated to the
sale of brand new vinyl records from around the world. With currently
more than 2000 titles in store, and new shipments arriving three times a
week, there is honestly everything you could think of and no doubt some
that you’d never thought of before. Come in and have a free coffee and
some homemade baking with the friendly folk, and check out those Record
Store Day releases you have always wanted. Or, if you’re after a bit of live
entertainment, listen to live performances from the man from the South,
Delaney Davidson.
SLOW BOAT RECORDS
183 CUBA ST, WELLINGTON
After celebrating Record Store Day in 2012, they’re out to do it bigger and
better this year. The special day features New Zealand music stalwart and
legendary founder member of The Clean, David Kilgour, performance from
touring US bluesman Watermelon Slim (who has performed alongside
John Lee Hooker, Champion Jack Dupree, Robert Cray and Bonnie Raitt),
and rounding out the line-up (fresh from their successful support slot with
Rodriguez) will be local folksy trio Eb & Sparrow. They’ve also worked
around the clock to ensure there is a bunch of limited releases on the day
only, so get in early.
VINYL COUNTDOWN
109 DEVON ST WEST , NEW PLYMOUTH
What up, Taranaki? Vinyl Countdown is proud to continue the legacy of
quality independent music stores in New Plymouth with a huge selection
of new and used records, CDs and DVDs, and loads of T-shirts, merch and
much more. World Record Day is pumping out the free stuff with prize
packs to be won, free bag grabs, specials of the day and…dun dun dun… a
sausage sizzle, with all of the moola of the sizzle going to women’s refuge –
not only are you supporting vinyl revival but also a good cause. It’s gonna
be lots of fun and with live music – who could say no?
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RECORD STORE DAY
JEFFREY STOTHERS
OWNER OF SOUTHBOUND DISTRIBUTION AND RECORD STORE
What are you working on right now?
The new Steve Earle album The Low Highway and Record Store Day LP &
DVD Releases.
Who was an inspiration or idol to you growing up?
Paul Weller – I was (still am) a massive fan of The Jam.
When you were a kid, what was your dream job?
To work in a record store!
Where was the last place you went out for dinner?
Oh Calcutta – big fan of Indian.
Where’s the best place to get Eggs Benedict?
Well I’m not a fan of Eggs Benedict, but I do love breakfast at Conch
Grill.
What has been the best show you’ve attended this year?
Elvis Costello at The Civic – brilliant gig. ‘Peace, Love and
Understanding’, so good!
What show are you most anticipating this year?
Well I missed the very frst “instore” in my own shop, Southbound
Records, (I was in Melbourne for AWME) and it was a great success.
Delaney Davidson and Marlon Williams played. We had such a good
turn out, Delaney is playing again for us for Record Store Day and I am
really looking forward to it.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
Chocolate, red wine and vinyl… all the big ones!
What do you most respect about your friends?
Loyalty and also none of them are Queen fans!
A usual Saturday night for you is…
If no gigs, catching up on TV shows... with a wine or two.
A usual Wednesday night for you is…
I am up late ordering stock and new releases. Most of the companies we
deal with are in the UK or the US, so night time is the best time to be up
talking with them.
One piece of advice you’ve never forgotten…
Once while working with Dolly Parton in London, she said to me “
Jeffrey, what goes on the road, stays on the road!” And of course it did!
(So don’t ask me what it was).
The biggest mistake you’ve made is…
As a buyer for HMV in London, buying way too many copies of The
Psychedelic Furs – Midnight-Midnight (1987) – think they were in the 50p
bin for a very long time.
The biggest success you’ve had is…
Getting The Mavericks to No 4 in the UK Pop Charts.
New Zealand music needs more…
Grit and determination.
Name fve things surrounding you right now.
My trusty iMac, my Arsenal Emirates ticket from the game I went to in
January, The Berlin Public Transport Music Map that needs to be framed
and all the Steve Earle & Record Store Day stock going out the door!
What’s the best record company “do” you have ever been to?
Dinner at the Factory Records offce in Manchester. Even the menu had
a catalogue no: FAC341. Being sent to Lollapalooza Atlanta to see the
Beastie Boys and then to New York for Woodstock 2, to watch from the
stage, Joe Cocker opening the festival.
SARAH WILLIAMSON
REAL GROOVY STORE MANAGER
Re-write your job description in a sentence:
Welcome to your new role as store manager. Everything is your fault
and enjoy your imminent heart attack.
What did you want to do when you grew up and how close did
you get?
I thought I wanted to be a commando and abseil down buildings
dressed as a ninja, (I am not lying) and I got quite close, because last
year I managed to do about 3 push-ups in a row (not the girly kind.)
What’s your biggest priority right now?
Googling pictures of children falling over.
What’s your favourite venue in the country – past and present?
The Crown in Dunners for nostalgia – it was dero as (assuming you
were asking “favourite venue for getting a cold sore.”) If the Kings Arms
had the stage at the other end, so you didn’t feel like a knob walking in
when someone is playing, it would be a contender.
Where was the last place you went out for dinner?
Jambalaya. I ate a pulled pork burger and it ruled.
Best gig this year?
The recent New Way Home/Decortica/Snakes of Iron/Resporn/Rule of
Thieves gig at The Rising Sun.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
Boy bands. I love them, and not solely because I am a dirty old perv
(that is a major factor.)
Is tall poppy syndrome a thing?
Yes. She went to my primary school (boooo... I’m sorry I will show myself
out.) Yeah, us silly kiwis are so busy trying to be down to earth we don’t
know how to give or receive praise well, and just end up being eggs.
A usual Saturday night for you is…
Googling pictures of Ryan Gosling. Looking in the mirror and start
crying. Drink Scrumpy and listen to some records or hopefully see some
bands playing at Tiger Spit Garage. Make avocado on toast, hit the sack
and sleep sideways.
A usual Wednesday night for you is…
It’s the day before payday, so fat Scrumpy from the back of the
fridge and read a graphic novel or six.
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ShIT WORTh EATING
A lover of music? Chances are you’re a big fan of coffee & food too.
Why not combine your favourite things in one hip place? One of
Auckland’s best-known coffee brands is serving their premium coffee
from within the iconic record store Real Groovy. It’s pretty awesome
– in between looking for that 5ive CD you’ve always wanted or, for
those with a bit more taste, the vinyl you’ve always dreamed of, you
can get a piping hot cuppa java and a sandwich to keep you wide eyed
and bush tailed. The man in charge is Guy, so come and say hi and get
on the coffee train.
AtOMiC CAFÉ REAL gROOVY
438 QUEEN ST

The best place for vegetarians and vegans – try their
delicious tofu scrabble! But never fear meat lovers –
you are also treated with respect and their hot dogs
are to die for. Did we mention the supreme coffee and
home-baked goods? Yeap, time to get down there.
ViNYL COFFEE SHOP
218 DOMINION RD

The Conch Backyard Kitchen is now open for business,
hooking you up with food and drinks to keep your
stomach satisfed while your musical spirit takes a
break. Get in early for breakfast for your health fx, with
options such as their muesli, free-range eggs poached
with guacamole and organic fresh baked bread.
CONCH BOtECO & BACKYARD CAFÉ
115A PONSONBY RD


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MOOCHOWCHOW
23 Ponsonby Rd, 360-6262
Like a stroll through the fragrant
night markets & food stalls of
Bangkok, MooChowChow is a
boost to the senses.

PINXTOS
128c Ponsonby Rd
Open now. Bar*Cafe*Tapas*

ORVIETO CAFE
935A Mt Eden Rd, Mt Eden

REVELRY
106 Ponsonby Road,
376-8663
Asian fusion style eatery set in
a bohemian parlour.

SALE ST
7 Sale St, 307-8148
Bistro dining, award-winning
microbrewery, celebrated garden
bar and a private Velvet Room!

DEPOT
86 Federal St, 363-7048

DE POST
466 Mt Eden Rd, 630-9330
Your local in the heart of Mt. Eden
with over 100 beers available.
LIBERTINE
37 Drake St, 929-2790
Taking its cue from the Americas,
but with an Antipodean twist.

MALT BAR
442 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn
A must have stop between
Ponsonby and Kingsland, with
Monteiths beers and great food.

MEXICO
23 Britomart Place, 366-1759
The Strand Takapuna, 280-1487
Vibrant Mexican street food
served with margaritas, tequila
and beer. Arrive early for a table.

AGENTS & MERCHANTS
6-10 Roukai Lane, 309-5854
Seasonal lunch meals and late-
night tapas served in a small
cobblestone alleyway.

ATICO COCINA
Victoria Park Market 19 Drake
St Freemans Bay, 354-4030
Inspired Caribbean food and
cocktails in the Old Stables & Roof
Terrace of the Vic Park Market.

BIG J’S
1 Melton Road - Mt Wellington,
5790340
Gourmet Burgers are Jason’s
speciality take home heat and
eat meals, plus a huge range of
cabinet food, everything cooked
to serve.

BRITOMART
COUNTRY CLUB
31 Galway St, 303-2541
Gourmet pizzas, tapas and a
famous high tea service.

VERONA
169 K’Rd, 307-0508
Celebrating 20 years on K’Rd.
Open 10am till late seven days
with intimate booths, live
music, gourmet food, cocktails &
organic tap beer.

THE WINDSOR CASTLE
144 Parnell Rd, 356-3650
Established in 1847, one of
Auckland’s earliest surviving
hotels serving gastro pub food
in a comfortable, unpretentious
environment.

QUAY STREET CAFE
130 Quay Street, Britomart,
337 0088
This cheerful, busy inner-city
cafe is a fantastic place for
weekday breakfast, a leisurely
weekend brunch, informal
lunch meetings – and great
coffee any time.

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AUCKLAND gig gUiDe
Wed 17
Art & Music
Racket Bar
BAttle of the BAnds
2013 nAtionAl
chAMpionship - heAt 3
Juice Bar, $10
BAttle of the BAnds
2013 nAtionAl
chAMpionship - heAt 3
The Kings Arms, $10
cArnAge
9pm, Coherent
coheed & cAMBriA w/
heAvy MetAl ninjAs
8pm, The Powerstation
clAssic wednesdAys
w/ cult 45
Ginger Minx
conch records At Bcc
Britomart Country Club
folk-punk ‘n’ roll
Ding Dong Lounge
groove revue
6pm, Sale St
industry wednesdAy
- dj Alex richArds
Twentyone SKYCITY
josh leys
7:30pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
student night
8pm, Ding Dong Lounge
the nArk collective
& creAtive jAzz cluB
1885
Thu 18
Acoustic thursdAys
w/ eli
7:30pm, Neighbourhood
BoMBer
8pm, Ding Dong Lounge
dj Alex richArds
9pm, Hurstmere Brew Bar
dj dAve And friends
Red Hummingbird
dj iMAgine this
8pm, Snapdragon
dj jAson eli
6pm, Commons
dj jAson kyle
6pm, La Zeppa Kitchen & Bar
dj Misty g And dj
sAlinA peArl
Twentyone SKY CITY
generAl lee
7:30pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
kfM presents MAssive
9pm, Verona
little stoMp Big city
Queens Ferry Hotel
resonAnce full
spectruM d&B
Ginger Minx
ruBy suns christopher
AlBuM releAse tour
8pm, The Kings Arms, $10
sAlAd Boys, ghost
wAve, civil union
& spAce venturA
9pm, Whammy Bar, $5
the junction with
issAc Aesili
9pm, Goldfnch
tiki tAAne & jAyson
norris Acoustic tour
7pm, Juice Bar
Fri 19
deAn cAMpBell
8pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
dj AdAM o &
selectA sAM
9pm, Snapdragon
dj dirty diAnA
8pm, Red Hummingbird
dj generAl lee
Twentyone SKY CITY
dj hudge
8pm, Neighbourhood
dj jAson kyle
& norMski
Northern Steamship
dj juliAn dyne
6pm, Commons
dj jAson kyle
& norMski
Northern Steamship
dj kArn hAll
Twentyone SKY CITY
dj lezA lee
The Deck
dj nigel love &
dj MoMentus
8pm, Hurstmere Brew Bar
dj norMski & riA
7pm, Goldfnch
douBle dutch
5pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
duB disco: in the zone
10pm, CODE
eMcee
Ding Dong Lounge
frAnk Booker & tido
Britomart Country Club
fridAys At revelry
5pm, Revelry
MAgic roundABout
5pm, Verona
MAgik sessions
w/ dick johnson
& douBle dutch
Ginger Minx
Mixed MessAges,
pikAchunes & sAM hill
6pm, Racket Bar
nyntee & cuffy
6pm, Longroom
plAtinuM
SKYCITY Casino
thAne kirBy’s
fridAy night live
The Cabana Bar @ The
Windsor Castle
the Antihero
10pm, Whammy Bar
the BAds AlBuM
releAse tour
9pm, Leigh Sawmill
the cve w/ the slAcks
& the Miltones
9pm, The Kings Arms
yAM jAMs deejAys
6pm, Libertine
SaT 20
A ponsonBy
institution with ArAsh
8pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
BeAstwArs Blood
BecoMes fire tour
9am, Real Groovy Records
Ben wAh & tido
5pm, Britomart Country Club
Billy tk jnr
8pm, Mangawhai Tavern
Booty MAsh
7pm, Sale St
coco dAvis & williAM
j. hooker with
d.j. revelAtor
8pm, Lucha Lounge
dAilies coMic
lAunch w/ it hurts,
ed gAins, Biscuits,
rAlph And spunks
6pm, The Audio Foundation
diAMAnte
proMoted night
Goldfnch
dj AdAM o & dj tdk
9pm, Snapdragon
dj BenwAh
Northern SteamShip
dj grAnt MArshAll
9PM, Twentyone SKYCITY
dj issAc Aesili
7pm, Commons
dj linley lAtu
7:30pm, The Deck
dj russell hodgson
Twentyone SKYCITY
dj selectA sAM
8pm, La Zeppa Kitchen & Bar
dj suBMAriner &
dj kilAMAnrAro
7:30pm, Neighbourhood
fly By night
9pm, Revelry
fly By night feAt.
pikAchunes
10pm, Revelry
hedluv & pAssMAn
9pm, Leigh Sawmill
k1w1 (deBBie,
Annie & BArB)
SKYCITY Casino
Mr Big stuff
Verona
oldMAnwinter
Ding Dong Lounge
sick disco w/ frAnk
Booker, toMMy
flowers, yAM jAMs
& jAMes MillAr
Cassette Nine
superturtle AlBuM
releAse show
The Thirsty Dog, $5
under the surfAce
w/ zAne tee &
BoBBy BrAzukA
Ginger Minx
wAtching cArs, dj
BArney von pAveMent
6pm, Libertine
Sun 21
Acoustic sundAys
with eli guttenBiel
3pm, La Zeppa Kitchen & Bar
BritoMArt MArkets
& Music
Britomart Country Club
nziff AutuMn events:
lAwrence of ArABiA
2:15pm, The Civic
QuAdropheniA -
rockers vs Mods
reloAded
4pm, Hard Luck Cafe
sundAy session
with thAne kirBy
3pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
sundAy soul session
ft: dj solly
3pm, Neighbourhood
ShiT WOrTh dOinG
gig gUiDe
MOn 22
ApocAlypse z
7:30pm, Aotea Square
BlAck sABBAth
7pm, Vector Arena
the kings ArMs
Music Quiz
7pm, The Kings Arms
sundAys At sAle st
2pm, Sale St
the joytoys!
6pm, Golden Dawn
the sundAy repuBlic
- electro swing
Ginger Minx
trusted friends
3pm, Revelry
fAMe - the MusicAl
6pm, Allan Brewster Centre
Mixed MessAges
6pm, The Britomart Country Club
Quiz night
7pm, Chapel Bar & Bistro
rAw coMedy Quest
2013 - officiAl heAts
8pm, The Classic Comedy Bar, $5
Tue 23
ApocAlypse z
7:30pm, Aotea Square
BryAn AdAMs
8pm, The Civic
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9pm, Mighty Mighty
krishnAn’s dAiry
8pm, Downstage Theatre
kroon for your kAi
7pm, The Southern
Cross Garden Bar
MAtt enright
7pm, Daddy O’s
the jAM
8pm, Meow
the Medicine -
stAnd up coMedy
8pm, The Cavern Club, $8
tnc presents rAizA Biz,
stx+stnes, zAcinfAct
9pm, Bettysa
triBes
6:30pm, Circa Theatre
Thu 18
2013 wellington
rAw coMedy Quest
- seMi finAls
8pm, San Fran Bath House
BAttle of the
BAnds nAtionAl
chAMpionship - heAt 1
8pm, Bodega
chris prowse AlBuM
releAse show
8pm, Meow
don frAnks
6pm, Daddy O’s
get nice
8pm, Matterhorn
jesse rivest
8pm, Daddy O’s
krishnAn’s dAiry
8pm, Downstage Theatre
slutopiA, gold
MedAl fAMous, kArl
jensen, dj cArlA
8pm, Puppies
the flying gypsies
8pm, Daddy O’s
the new Brides &
the velvet regiMe
9pm, Mighty Mighty
thursdAy showcAse
feAt. rhiAin & the
utter strAngers
The Southern Cross Garden Bar
triBes
8pm, Circa Theatre
Fri 19
420 eve. toteMs
& friends
Puppies
BurlesQue rocks
9pm, The Fringe Bar
chopped screwed
& funky
9pm, Betty’s Function
House & Bar
don frAnks
6pm, Daddy O’s
eArfood
The Southern Cross Garden Bar
krishnAn’s dAiry
8pm, Downstage Theatre
nzso lunch dAte
12:30pm, Michael Fowler Centre
rAizA Bizs & friends
9pm, Medusa, $5
solsonA, snAp, crAckle
& pop And the wend
San Fran Bath House
the flying gypsies
8pm, Daddy O’s
tiki tAAne & jAyson
norris Acoustic tour
7:30pm, Bodega
triBes
8pm, Circa Theatre
trust punks, cool cult
& oligocene drowning
10pm, Mighty Mighty, $5
wAterMelon sliM
9pm, Meow
SaT 20
BAttle of the BAnds
2013 nAtionAl
chAMpionship - heAt 2
8pm, Boega, $10
cAliforniA dreAMers
Daddy O’s
dAvid kilgour
8pm, Puppies, $15
dArren wAtsons
underground
Blues BAnd
10pm, Hashigozake
don frAnks & the
cool Alfred on sAx
7pm, Daddy O’s
drAx project
9pm, Daddy O’s
ginger Brown
The Southern Cross Garden Bar
guru of chAi
8pm, Downstage Theatre
husk & yolAndA
10PM, Mighty Mighty, $5
king MArong
8pm, The Fringe Bar, $10
lord jAckson
10pm, Matterhorn
Motown night
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37 drake st, 379-8167
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37 drake st, 929-2790
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71 victoria st west
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Auckland university, l3, 34
princes st, 366 0544
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veronA
169 k’rd, 307-0508
Celebrating 20 years on K’Rd.
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305 Queen street
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rAkinos- BeAts,
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level 1/35 high street 358-3535
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117 st georges Bay rd, 309-3586
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144 parnell rd, 356-3650
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498 new north rd, 846-3773
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102 Quay street
Over 102 different beers from
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country cluB
31 galway st, 303-2541
A garden bar in the middle of the
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rAcket BAr
6-10 roukai lane, 309-5854
Serves everything from single-
malt whisky to cans of Double
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Mexico
23 Britomart place, 366-1759
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NEWMARKEt
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372-376 Broadway, 522-4410
The Claddagh Irish Pub - A
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ding dong lounge
26 wyndham street
New York’s premier rock and roll
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doc BAr
352 k’rd, 365-1800
Open Tues-Sat

grAce BAr
103 victoria st west, 300-6352
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1 wellesley st west, 377-3142
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126 ponsonby rd, 360-1260
Ponsonby’s longest serving bar
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cnr ponsonby & richmond rds,
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128c ponsonby rd
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revelry
106 ponsonby road, 376- 8663
19th Century bohemian parlour
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BRItOMARt
1885
27 galway st, 551 3100
Nightclub upstairs. Cocktail
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48 customs st east, 309-5854
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Ok, sO what are you doing on Record store Day? after the shops shut? well save some aRRRRR
for Ozzy. Yes, indeed. the original bat-biter and his merry men are coming this way.
Founding band members Ozzy Osbourne, bassist Geezer Butler and guitarist tony Iommi are
booking their tickets, fushing illegal substances and stringing up their gear in anticipation of a
thunderous return to our shores, hitting auckland’s Vector arena on sat 20 apr. Believe it or not
this is the frst time they’ve been here, as Black sabbath, since the Great Ngaruawahia Music Festival
in January 1973.
hailing from Birmingham, England, sabbath released their self-titled debut album back in February
1970. their follow up album was a seminal masterpiece, Uk #1 album Paranoid and featured the all-
time rock anthems ‘war Pigs’ and ‘Iron Man’, and the title track, ‘Paranoid’. this album became the
virtual blueprint of modern day English heavy Metal.
the three originals were schoolmates, initially forming a band called the Polka tulk Blues
Company. seeing this a career limiting option they quickly changed their name to Earth, then, in
1969, to Black sabbath. the name was the title from bassist Geezer Butler’s song - he was a big fan of
occult novelist Dennis wheatley.
In spite of their name, the crosses erected onstage, and songs dealing with apocalypse, death, and
destruction, the band members insisted their interest in the black arts was nothing more than
innocuous curiosity. During the mid 70’s Osbourne, reeling from drug use and excessive drinking,
quit the band briefy in late 1977 to be eventually replaced by Ronnie James Dio (Rainbow), although
Dio could belt with the best of them, sabbath would never be the same.
sickness and arguments led to various line up changes and friction between Iommi and Dio caused
the singer to quit angrily in ‘82, to start his own band, Dio. after that various vocalists had a crack:
Dave Donato, Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan, another ex-member of Deep Purple Glenn hughes,
tony Martin, and Dio again. But no one could replace Ozzy, who by now was reviving his own solo
career, thanks in part to former manager, sharon (later his wife).
In mid 2001 the original members found their way back for a new Black sabbath album to be
produced by Rick Rubin. But the band scrapped all the material and the album never materialized.
the band was put on hold throughout 2002 as Osbourne refocused on his solo music and new MtV
reality show, The Osbournes, in which his family was portrayed as a sort of real-life Munsters. we
loved the show and Ozzy became a star - again! the band came back together for the 2004 and 2005
Ozzfest tours.
In June 2012 Black sabbath memorably headlined the 10th Download Festival at Donington before
a crowd of 100,000. they followed that show in august with a much talked about headlining set at
2012’s sold-out Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago.
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This gritty urban thriller puts a dark and mysterious
character against the twin evils of politics and crime.
Edgar has come home from two years in Miami and
quickly launches a scheme with a motorbike-riding
mugger. Meanwhile, Julia warns the gangster Maicon
that he will be arrested any day.
Tropicália is a Brazilian artistic movement that arose
in the late 1960s, encompassing art forms such as
theatre, poetry, and music. It shook the structures
of Brazilian popular music and infuenced several
generations. With revealing interviews, archival
footage and songs from that period.
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18 – 28 April
Rialto Cinemas Newmarket
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02 – 12 May
Paramount Theatre
www.reelbrazil.co.nz
See Brazil through a different lens...
Before Pelé, there was Heleno de Freitas – a talented
player whose arrogance and violent temper would
destroy his life both on and off the feld. Film director
Fonseca conjures evokes the movies of the classic
Hollywood era.
who’s in the dead supergroup for
your dream hologram show?
Amy Winehouse, Marvin Gaye, Johnny
Cash and Tito Puente.
what’s an upcoming flm you’re
jazzed about?
Hitchcock.
where can your stalkers fnd you
during the weekend?
Villa-Lobos Park; MuBE (Brazilian
Museum of Sculptures) and
Pinacoteca do Estado (The State’s
Pinacothèque).
arTiST Q&a
your signature “i’m an amazing
cook” dish is…
Moroccan couscous with squid or
fettuccine al limone.
the best tv show around at the
moment is…
Destino SP (a dramatic Brazilian TV
series on São Paulo’s immigration
movements and prejudices.)
the best place for a date night is…
Florian Café, in San Marco Piazza,
Venice (Venice, Italy).
you’d get arrested if the police knew
that you…
Tried to set some people guilty of
things they deserved to be guilty of
(but weren’t actually).
people say you look like…
Tom Cruise.
kittens or puppies?
A basset hound puppy named Nikolai
Romanov, the II.
what generic current affair has your
blood boiled?
Public fghts against evil evangelic
Brazilian politicians who have been
trying to marginalize gay people
(homophobic pastors).
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it’s not just tom cruise having
fashbacks in Oblivion. Despite the
flm being something of a modern
rarity – a big-budget sci-f tale based
on an original idea – it is as blatantly
strewn with elements of other genre
predecessors as its post-apocalyptic
setting is with iconic New York
landmarks. By time the credits roll,
though, you’ll be ready to forgive the
familiarity as director Joseph Kosinski
seldom overreaches in assembling
this enjoyable, if not (metaphorically)
earth-shattering, tale.
Kosinski quickly establishes Oblivion’s
scorched Earth setting – complete
with a stunningly pulverised moon in
orbit that brings to mind the trippy
objects in A Quiet Earth’s skyline –
and the straight-forward mission
of “effective team” Jack (Cruise) and
Victoria (Andrea Riseborough), who
work in tandem to locate and repair a
feet of security drones.
Cruise has always made for an
unconvincing everyman, so as we zip
around with him across a stunning
icy and rocky landscape (now
concealing the Big Apple) there
are some cringe-worthy moments
including a terrible Superbowl
monologue. Worse still is his terrible
romantic chemistry with both
Riseborough and Olga Kurylenko,
problematic given the importance
of the latter’s relationship with
Cruise to the overall plot.
There’s plenty to enjoy if you
can look past the unconvincing
emotional connections
though. Oblivion boasts a bunch
of plot twists, and while many of
them can be seen coming, there’s a
refreshing lack of showiness to the
way Kosinski unfurls his narrative.
In not going for one twist too
many or trying for too spectacular
a conclusion, Oblivion proves
more satisfying than you’d expect
based on these merely semi-
positive sentiments.
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DIRECTED BY
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STARRING
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Go behind the relationship between bad-boy Johnny
Cash and his talented yet troubled manager, Saul
Holiff. The story is told through the eyes of Saul’s son
searching for his father in the shadow of a legend.
His father left behind a storage locker flled with
relics from a life that Jonathan never knew – one that
featured he notorious singer.
By now you would have heard of K-pop, the Korean
supergroup phenomenon that’s exploded into
the Western world. This doco follows a year in the
manufacture of a one of these groups and their
exhausting journey to seek fame. The Star Empire is
looking for nine young models, seemingly selected
more for their looks than their singing abilities.
Tom Cruise, Daniel Craig, Mark Wahlberg, Javier
Bardem, Jake Gyllenhaal and Arnold Schwarzenegger
are just a few of the fantastic guests to visit Graham’s
trademark orange couch in season 12. In the all-new
show, fans can count on more great guests, laugh-
out-loud stories, outrageous characters, and of course
Graham Norton doing what he does best.
Elijah Wood returns to our TV screens in Wilfred as
Ryan, a suicidal ex-lawyer who fnds salvation in the
form of Wilfred (Jason Gann), a dog to the outside
world that Ryan (and only Ryan) sees as a pushy,
Aussie in a cheap dog costume. It’s a quirky comedy
that’s like nothing you have seen before.
Defying the typical blonde Barbie doll-like Disney
princess convention, Mulan retells an old Chinese
folktale about a young maiden who, to save her father
from death in the army, secretly goes in his place and
becomes one of China’s greatest heroes in the process.
It’s an uplifting musical tale to inspire young ladies.
It’s back for a second season and here to make more
Australian’s dreams come true. Seal, Joel Madden and
Delta Goodrem return to the coaching chairs, and this
time international superstar Ricky Martin joins the
panel. All four coaches will battle it out – each one
hoping to discover and nurture the next great voice.
My FAthER AND thE MAN IN BLACK
9 MUSES OF StAR EMPIRE
gRAhAM NORtON – SEASON 13
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PULP
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OuT APRIL
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release, ‘After You’.
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OuT APRIL
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Sunday 21st April
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Gina Sanders - soprano, Anne Lamont-Lowe - alto,
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Handel Messiah
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aPRIL’s aBOUt tO get a whole lot louder! the Us rock band
aerosmith is planning their only kiwi date at Dunedin’s new indoor
40,000 capacity stadium on april 24. Grammy award-winner and
american Idol judge steven tyler is bringing his scarves, tie-dye and
attitude to the deep south.
tyler was recently quoted as becoming interested in performing in
scarfe country after reports back from his eldest daughter, Liv – one of
the stars of the Lord of the Rings trilogy. when planning the Down Under
leg of the tour, he piped up and made sure Dunedin was also included.
I wonder if bungee jumping at hackett’s, jetboating, paraponting or
drinking pinot noir will be on the to Do list whilst he’s around?
Local promoters McManus Entertainment are stoked by the “major
coup” – it’s as big as it gets for the stadium. “this is right up there ... it’s
good for the stadium and absolutely fantastic for the city.”
Now into their third decade and still going strong, the founding “Bad
Boys of Boston” steven (vocals), Joe Perry (guitars), tom hamilton
(bass), and Joey kramer (drums), plus long serving guitarist Brad
whitford, have outdone all the trends and fads of rock ‘n’ roll. aerosmith
blew out of the early ‘70s with a sexy Jagger-swagger, metal and glam,
responsible for essential power ballads like ‘Dream On’, and gold and
platinum albums such as Get Your Wings, Toys In The Attic and Rocks.
By the mid ‘80s the star had faded a little. that is until in 1986 tyler and
Perry appeared on Run DMC’s cover of ‘walk this way’, which brought
a whole new listenership to the band. and aerosmith were back with
smash hits such as ‘Dude Looks Like a Lady’, ‘Rag Doll’, ‘angel, Love In
an Elevator’ and Grammy award-winner ‘Janie’s Got a Gun’. MtV also
owe them a debt, having been the driving force behind many innovative
clips during the pastel era.
aerosmith is still making it in music, churning out solo’, touring the
pants off and judging talent contests. In 2012, aerosmith released
their 15th studio album, Music From Another Dimension! and kicked off
their Global Warming tour which, appropriately hits Dunedin shortly
before the snowy season. Opening for them will be aussie hard rockers
wolfmother, alongside the Dead Daisies (featuring former INXs
singer Jon stevens) plus wellington-based head Like a hole and Diva
Demolition.
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