New Zealand music duo Foley are back with fresh tunes and we sat down with Ash and Gabe to chat about their new EP On My Conscience, putting touring plans on hold (for now!) and the journey to becoming Foley.
While it is understandable in this current climate that the [remembrance ceremony] was cancelled, we wanted to take the time to acknowledge what happened on March 15th, 2019, and that we have not forgotten the values we pledged to uphold one year ago.
Known by his project George After James, James Fistonich has seemingly mastered the art of creating personal and cinematic yet accessible and relatable music; his recent show has exceeded any expectations by proving him as not only a strong musician, but as an incredibly strong performer.
As declared last year, Nostalgia Festival is the underdog of the music festival scene. After my second year attending Nostalgia, I continue to stand by that statement. Still with the primary focus of sustainability and being single-use plastic free, it is an eco-warrior of entertainment.
"I hope people feel warm, feel heard and feel like they can relate even if they’re listening to a story coming from families with completely different backgrounds to themselves. The stories are all so different and they might not all be what we expect immigrant stories to be."
Cavetown's a soft-hearted indie artist who doesn't need review marketing as he speaks to his gen-z fans through social media — but he's left the Auckland crowd so starry-eyed, we just had to write a review anyway.