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An interview with: Rowan Pierce (Glass Vaults).

Since 2010, Glass Vaults’ Richard Larsen and Rowan Pierce have built up a strong fan base thanks to the release of a series of singles and three glorious EPs; Glass (2010), Into the Clear (2011) and Bright (2013). 664 more words


Glass Vaults - 4 July - Illume After Party - Coromandel Town

A very exciting weekend ahead! The Rogue Stage is going on tour with Glass Vaults!

This coming weekend, Illume is happening in Coromandel Town. The town is lit up and lots of art, live music and light installations take place. 174 more words

Upcoming Shows

Glass Vaults, Hopetoun Brown and Lloyd Akroyd at Vegas City Limits 23rd Jan

Tonight, The Rogue Stage is presenting The Finale ft Glass Vaults from Wellington (recently played at Auckland Art Gallery’s Light Show), Hopetoun Brown from Auckland (Tim Steward and Nick Atkinson from Supergroove) and our local artists Lloyd Akroyd and Chris Duff on drums. 10 more words

Upcoming Shows

Glass Vaults, Hopetoun Brown and Lloyd Akroyd from Gravel Road at Vegas City Limits

23rd January

The very last show for The Rogue Stage Summer Shows 2014/2015 at Vegas City Limits

Headline act:

Glass Vaults (Wellington)

Supported by:

Hopetoun Brown (Auckland) 47 more words

Upcoming Shows

The Performance Arcade

The Performance Arcade is a free, annual event on Wellington’s Waterfront and part of the 2014 New Zealand Festival. Between February 26th and March 3rd, the Arcade brings together a selection of visual art installations and live music performances by New Zealand and international artists rom Australia, Canada and the USA. 160 more words

Exploring Wellington

Glass Vaults/Ancient Gates

Glass Vaults/Ancient Gates

New Zealand’s Glass Vaults (aka Richard Larsen and Rowan Pierce) have a brand new track “Ancient Gates” that is damn irresistible.   14 more words

new zealand music month

It’s New Zealand music month and to celebrate I am encouraging people out there in other countries to enjoy some fine NZ music.

I will admit that upon first moving here, I wasn’t much impressed by anything I heard from local acts.  600 more words