Hot on the soles of their forthcoming new 12″ release ‘Sac Tap Nut Jam’, the Axemen are chaffing at the bit for punters to step up into the stirrups climb into the saddle and hitch their wagons to the new guiding star, the star that comes from the South, the star that IS the Axemen. […]Continue reading
Just out of embargo : Bott 13 – Came a Bott Friday – installment 1
Te ‘Came a Bott Friday’ album was released sometime in 1987 and is also sometimes referenced as Bott 13 … te pota tiritina… enjoy! 1a Wake Of A Sinner 1b I Am The Seed 1c Yours Severely 1e Beats Under The Rocks S 1f Zion Steamroller S 2a Violence & Half-Uncles S 2b Too Much […]Continue reading
Introducing William 'a girls best friend' Daymond
In the wake of the departure of Bob Brannigan and Mick Elborado’s increasingly angry instability the remaining Axemen would like to introduce the new beacon of rock’n’roll ardour, the hope of Axemen Generation Y, the bass-bone connected to the backbone, the rhythm king, a girls best friend… William Daymond. Born in 1984, Daymond injects the […]Continue reading
Nice product placement, thanks Uncle TJ!
The Cordons — (no relation)
Reprinted from http://www.facebook.com/notes/mickle-borrado/text-for-the-cc-blog/10150208252973803 13/06/2011 By Mick Elborado I thought smacking was illegal, but there I was standing between the dusty records and sheet music I’d started packing away, now handcuffed, and the hyped-up young cop, name, as always, unknown was saying ‘Just give me one ****** reason to smack you’ — the hand cuffs were […]Continue reading
Axemen – The Schrödingers cat of New Zealand Music?
In an age of uncertainty, spare a thought for those trapped in the twilight zone. The place no-one wants to be but secretly wants to be more than anything. The only place anything really happens.Call it neither here nor there, being ‘between jobs’, re-evaluating your life, changing focus, whatever the label its where you want […]Continue reading