Pod on the Couch: Soccerpractise’s messy DIY electronica

The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Henry Oliver talks to Soccerpractise’s Geneva Alexander-Marsters and Thom Burton.

Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Soccerpractise’s Geneva Alexander-Marsters and Thom Burton about their debut self-titled album, singing in te reo Māori in an indie context, and how Auckland city has impacted their music.

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Soccerpractise’s debut album is out now and their album release show is on tonight (Friday 24 November) at Golden Dawn. Listen to it right now if you want:

And this is their brand new video, ‘Big Bad Wolf’:


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