Instrumental band from Auckland, Mothra came down to the capital to introduce their new album, Decision Process, at Valhalla few months ago. Very quiet since, we wanted to know a bit about the future of this powerful band.
To celebrate their drummer’s 40th birthday, JAKOB played at San Fran in Wellington for this special occasion.
As every last Sunday of the month, Les Pap’ received a playlist from a New Zealand artist. Today Jeff Boyle, Jakob’s guitarist, gives us the honour to listen to his 5 favorite tunes.
Magician for different Wellington bands, Brad Gallen comes back with a new playlist to illustrate Keller Kinder’s influences and aestheticism. ©Michael Fox Rammstein – Mein Teil Rammstein have always arguably been the #1 influence on Keller Kinder – the project originally started as planning to put together a tribute show, but playing original music got…
Two reasons you really need to have a look to the April’s playlist! First, to listen to Skinny Hobos choices ; second, to discover the new track, The Merchant Of Tirau, released by the duo from Auckland during the month.
Playing tonight in Wellington, Beastwars are releasing their third album, The Death Of All Things. Here, the English version of an interview Beastwars’ frontman, Matt Hyde, back to November, gave to Les Papillons Derrière La Lune.
Post rock band from Wellington, Hiboux releases today its debut EP under the mystic name, Night Flights.
Demelza and Brad Gallen from the goth duo Mina’s Veil share their choices in our new monthly playlist.
Jakob, this amazing three-piece from Napier who delivers astonishing and powerful soundscapes since 1998, has given a chat to Les Papillons Derrière La Lune before their Wellington show at San Fran.
By a lovely and warm Summer weather in Wellington, Les Papillons Derrière La Lune met Rowan Pierce and Richard Larsen from Glass Vaults for a chat in the Rogue & Vagabond grass.
For our very first Chronicle about fascinating Wellingtonians, India Lopez, young freelance editor, tells us about her work, her love for books and how proud of her town she is.