D4 dee-light North America

The D4 have unleashed their distinctive sound on the North American market, gaining thumbs-up all round. Rolling Stone: “[The D4] blitz through their blues-punk-garage-rock playbook on hyperdrive.” Chart Attack: “One of the few rock bands the editors of Chart universally agree rule, NZ’s The D4 release 6Twenty, a terrific collection of songs that’ll make you feel like running through the streets playing air guitar.” And they also impress across the Atlantic at their Camden Electric Ballroom gig in London. “New Zealand rockers the D4 have stadium-sized ambition … [Lead guitarist Dion] is not concerned with being the next big colonial thing; he’s too busy being Brian May.”

 


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Angela Tiatia Shows at Massive Matisse Exhibition

Angela Tiatia Shows at Massive Matisse Exhibition

In the accompanying exhibition to the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ new blockbuster exhibition Matisse: Life & Spirit, contemporary artists, including New Zealander Angela Tiatia, re-contextualise, challenge and complicate the…