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Bachelorette does Isolation Loops

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Courtesy of NZ Musician Magazine - Dec 06 Issue Down in the deep south, by the mouth of Rakaia River, in a town with a population of 85, camped in a hut built by her great grandfather, Annabel…

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Courtesy of NZ Musician Magazine - Dec 06 Issue

Down in the deep south, by the mouth of Rakaia River, in a town with a population of 85, camped in a hut built by her great grandfather, Annabel Alpers has spent a good part of the year living up to the name Bachelorette. Alone, with just a computer and an assortment of instruments to keep her company, she pretty much single-handedly wrote, recorded and mixed her debut album 'Isolation Loops'. Read more Courtesy of NZ Musician Magazine - Dec 06 Issue

Down in the deep south, by the mouth of Rakaia River, in a town with a population of 85, camped in a hut built by her great grandfather, Annabel Alpers has spent a good part of the year living up to the name Bachelorette. Alone, with just a computer and an assortment of instruments to keep her company, she pretty much single-handedly wrote, recorded and mixed her debut album 'Isolation Loops'. Read more

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Arts Work Project

14 Jan 2007

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