The Techtones digital reissue of their 1981 classic TT23. Remastered by Chris Burt and released on August 25, 2020 along with all the singles.



The 25th Anniversay vinyl reissue of OMC's album How Bizarre. Remastered by Alan Jansson from the original masters. Released globally on April 23, 2021.



Body Electric

2020 remastered edition of The Body Electric's 1983 album Presentation And Reality. Remastered by The Body Electric and issued digitally on March 20, 2020. Vinyl and CD soon.



AK79 reissue

The 2019 40th anniversary reissue of AK79, released on Ripper Records on double vinyl, CD and limited edition ruby red double vinyl in December 2019.



Shift Left reissue

The 25th Anniversay reissue of Nathan Haines' landmark album Shift Left. Remixed from the original tapes by Nathan and Alan Jansson and reissued on double vinyl and CD on April 12, 2019.



How Bizarre, the book

How Bizarre is my first book. It tells the story of the record I released in 1995, the journey it and the people who created it undertook, taking in the good, the great and the inevitably sad. It is – for want of a better phrase – my way of documenting the very surreal road trip we found ourselves caught up in some twenty years back. How Bizarre was published by Awa Press on August 23, 2015.



This site is a work in progress, and the progress is best described as hesitant and stumbling as parts of the site are now over a decade old and desparately in need of a radical upgrade. It started life as a way of getting all my various labels, clubs and the things I've worked on over the years into one place, and that it's done.




Slowly, in my amateur way, I'll upgrade.




Now its developed another life, as I attempt to add various bits and pieces which relate the the NZ music industry and other things I've been involved with over the years. Hence, you'll find a series of discographies of other NZ labels, such as the hugely important Zodiac, Ripper, and Pagan. Much of this work has now been transferred to my recent project, AudioCulture. There are also bios of various bands, and a story or two about the punk days in Auckland, of which, more to come when I get a moment.




I also have a blog, The Opinionated Diner (which desparately needs some TLC) and my wonderful wife, Brigid, has a design business at Hemisphere Design.