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  1. Garageland was an indie rock band on New Zealand's Flying Nun record label. Influenced by Pixies, Pavement, The Clean and The Velvet Underground,…

  2. Dave Mulcahy's first post-Jean Paul Sartre Experience band was the unfortunately short-lived Superette, who sprung up in Auckland in 1993. With…

  3. Anika Moa (born 21st May 1980) is a singer-songwriter from Christchurch, New Zealand.

    While still at school in Christchurch, Moa entered the…

  4. Snapper is a New Zealand indie/alternative band formed by Peter Gutteridge (previously in The Clean, The Chills and The Great Unwashed). Snapper's…

  5. Don McGlashan is a New Zealand musician and songwriter who has been a member of bands such as The Plague, From Scratch, The Whizz Kids, Blam Blam…

  6. there are two artists with this name:

    1> Robert Scott is a New Zealand musician. He is a part of indie rock bands The Clean and The Bats, playing…

  7. Sneaky Feelings were a 1980s New Zealand pop/rock band, led by Matthew Bannister, who recorded on the Flying Nun label. Initially recording with the…

  8. This Kind Of Punishment were a band from New Zealand.

    The band was formed by brothers Peter Jefferies and Graeme Jefferies, after the breakup…

  9. Dunedin, New Zealand (1983-1987)

    All woman combo from Dunedin, New Zealand formed of Denise Roughan (guitar, Vocals), Lesley Paris (Drums), Kath…

  10. After starting his musical career in Dunedin (an essential element to any New Zealand guitar fiend worth their salt) Paul McLaney released…

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