Arctic Tales Divide by Andrew Keoghan

By Nick Bollinger In Music

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18th April, 2011
New Zealand has served up its share of singer-songwriters, maintained its quota of metallers, punched above its weight in the indie rock arena, and can boast the highest number of dub reggae groups per capita in the Western world. But how many original pop romantics can we claim? Andrew Keoghan is that rare creature, not that the picture on the front cover of his Arctic Tales Divide quite tells you that. Clutching his violin against a starry backdrop in his slightly crumpled cream suit, ...

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