Pine: Books and Magazines (Arch Hill)

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Pine: Brand New Heart
Pine: Books and Magazines (Arch Hill)

In that great Kiwi tradition, Pine recorded this low-key charmer in a sitting room in Christchurch (the house since severely damaged by the quake apparently) and the trio here once again deliver intimate, spare but not skeletal-sounding pop.

Actually, there is little needs to be said here because the Arch Hill label has an interesting initiative-cum-incentive: you can download the album free from here, and you can listen to it for the same low-low price beforehand if you really must.

You should get yourself onto the Arch Hill newsletter list for other such offers. Have a look here for the Arch Hill albums Elsewhere has reviewed in the past. Impressive, huh? 

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