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[ Written by: | 27 Sep 2017 | No Comment | ]

The Clean were the first South Island-based post-punk group to gain a national following, on the back of a brace of instantly memorable songs including ‘Tally Ho’, ‘Anything Could Happen’, ‘Beatnik’ and ‘Getting Older’…

About to be inducted into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame, Dunedin band The Clean prefer to look forward rather than back…

“It’s a strange thing dealing with other people’s perception of your music and what you stand for as a band.”

A hugely important band in NZ music and this week they will be inaugurated to the …

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[ Written by: | 17 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

Taken from David Kilgour’s Facebook page, I hope he doesn’t mind, this awesome story is a look into recording a classic kiwi song and one of my all time fave songs from his perspective:
Just so I dont have to repeat this story over and over again heres a quick response re tally ho getting a “lost scroll” nomination via the Silver Scrolls 2015. Of course Robert has his story to tell as well, he wrote the riff and chord changes . Mustve been early 1980. Orientation at Otago Uni has just …

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[ Written by: | 7 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
and whose going to make you feel ok

Mick and I saw these chaps play at the Kings Arms yesterday and they were grand.
You know they can’t be beat

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[ Written by: | 6 Mar 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
The best band in the history of history

Arch Hill Recordings VS Muzai Records 2011 Sunday Afternoon BBQ Indie Label Sound Off
Team Arch Hill on the indoor stage with…
The Clean, Surf City, Street Chant, Ghost Wave
Team Muzai on the outdoor stage with…
Full Moon Fiasco, Cat Venom, Sherpa and Onesie
Last year Arch Hill celebrated it’s 10th Birthday at the Kings Arms with a BBQ and bands like The Bats, Minisnap, Surf City, Superette, Family Cactus, Polaroyd/Bird Nest Roys, Andrew McKenzie, White Swan Black Swan and others playing… it was a great afternoon and Pavement even turned up (and got …