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    • RSD Drop 2!!
      • 23 Sep 2020
      • Slow Boat Records
      • After a couple of false starts(!!), and with the dropping of the nationwide covid alert levels, Slow Boat is thrilled to finally be able to bring you some form of celebration – the second of three 2020 RSD drops, this Saturday, the 26th September, featuring a nifty, stripped-back instore performance from Auckland indie rock up-and-comers Daffodils, ahead of their show at Meow later that evening, celebrating the release of their excellent “Boys” EP on vinyl, which will be for sale instore!On top of this, you can expect a smattering of limited RSD vinyl and some mighty good cheer as we celebrate independent record stores, music and togetherness!! We would ask that you are super considerate of each other, and give each other space – we will be limiting the number of people instore at any given time, and the band will be performing at around 2.30pm – can’t WAIT to see all your smiling faces!!See you all here!! XX
      • Accepted from Slowboat posts 1 month ago by feedreader
      • Tagged as:
      • covid-19
      • Slow Boat Records (OpenStreetMap)


    • August, almost!!
      • 31 Jul 2020
      • Slow Boat Records
      • Crikey, and just when it seemed like it was only February, suddenly it was blimmin’ AUGUST, already – almost like we lost a couple of months there…Not gonna lie – the lockdown was not entirely unpleasant for us – a good chance to charge the batteries, and look at some things from a different perspective – working smarter rather than necessarily just harder.
      • Accepted from Slowboat posts 2 months ago by feedreader
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      • cubastreet
      • music
      • retail
      • Slow Boat Records (OpenStreetMap)


    • 2020!!
      • 9 Jan 2020
      • Slow Boat Records
      • And just like that, it was a new decade!! Hope everyone enjoyed a pleasant festive season, and got the LPs and CDs they wanted (or, if not, that the gifter at least got you an exchange card…!)Have been pretty well cleaned out of a lot of stuff in the Xmas rush, so we are restocking as our suppliers reopen for trade – but do let us know if there is anything in particular you are wanting and we’ll order in for you.WE DO, however, have a whole heap of swell posters to liven up those dreary wall (and even frames in which to put them, if you are a ‘poshing it up’ type, as well as a swish array of Slow Boat tees and our new cotton tote bags. We are still waiting on the new vinyl repress of the seminal “AK79” – will post something as soon as it is to hand.Wishing everyone the best light & love and positive musical vibrations for 2020.A Whole Lotta Love,The Slow Boat Crew XXX
      • Accepted from Slowboat posts 6 months ago by feedreader
      • Tagged as:
      • art
      • music
      • Slow Boat Records (OpenStreetMap)


    • Press - Homestyle Magazine
      • 28 Aug 2013
      • Iko Iko
      • Homestyle Magazine's colour special issue. Featuring a number of colourful Iko Iko products! 1. Angus & Celeste Jelly Planter $89.00 2. Prism Butter Dish $66.903. Wallpaper City Guide $18.90 (In-store only) 4. Two Tone Bookend $69.90
      • Accepted from Iko Iko blog 85 months ago
      • Automatically tagged as:
      • retail

    • Press - Capital Magazine
      • 12 Aug 2013
      • Iko Iko
      • The new Capital Magazine is out! Check out a selection of Iko Iko goodies, featured on their 'Indoor' winter indulgence page. 1. Citta La Boqueria Tea Towel $12.902. Rob Ryan Plate Other Planets $39.903. Jules Pansu Tigre Cushion $159.004. Miss Etoile Gold Tea Cup and Saucer $49.90
      • Accepted from Iko Iko blog 18 months ago by feedreader
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      • retail

    • The new Newtown Countdown
      • 5 Dec 2012
      • Cycling in Wellington
      • So the new Countdown opened today in Newtown. Have you been there yet? Looks pretty fancy. It’s the reason cycling through Newtown has been even more like a video game than usual. I thought I’d check it out on my way home, as I needed a loaf of bread anyway. Luckily, I was in my car today, as the new Countdown doesn’t seem to cater for cyclists. I know it’s been discussed amongst many in the neighbourhood and the cycling community, what a nuisance the roadworks have been, how they’ve endangered pedestrians and cyclists, how they don’t seem to have thought much about congestion, etc. etc. I was hoping to be pleasantly surprised once it opened. I was not.
      • Accepted from Cycling in Wellington posts 94 months ago
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      • newtown
      • retail
      • John Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington Region, 6021, New Zealand


    • There’s a new kid on the block…
      • 29 Oct 2012
      • Cycling in Wellington
      • Opening officially today is “Bicycle Junction”; the latest addition to Wellington’s cycling scene. Brooke from Mamachari and Dan from Crank Cargo have joined forces to open a new urban cycling store in Newtown. They sell a range of bikes – refurbished imports through to Christiania trikes – plus all the accessories one could dream off… including my favourite, cup holders! And once permits have been approved they’ll also be serving coffee… can’t wait!
      • Accepted from Cycling in Wellington posts 95 months ago
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      • cycling
      • coffee
      • newtown

    • A celebration at Unity Books, and other favourite places
      • 31 May 2011
      • Wellington Scoop
      • Wednesday will be a day of celebration at Unity Books in Willis Street, marking the end of months of renovations. Bigger! Brighter! Even better! The new Unity Books has a wider, more welcoming facade, a lot more window space to entice pedestrians to stop, and a lot more space for browsing and buying.
      • Tagged as:
      • retail
      • books

    • Temporary
      • 14 Mar 2011
      • The Wellingtonista
      • TEMPORARY is a pop-up shop that appeared a few weeks ago in the ground-floor café space at the Garden Club on Dixon Street.
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      • retail

    • What went wrong with Wellington’s big overseas-owned bookstores?
      • 20 Feb 2011
      • Wellington Scoop
      • Reports this weekend have confirmed that the money troubles faced by the owners of the Whitcoulls and Borders bookstores are likely to leave empty retail spaces not only in Lambton Quay. The future could also be uncertain for Wellington’s other big Whitcoulls stores, in the Readings complex in Courtenay Place, at the airport, and in Queensgate, as well as others throughout New Zealand.
      • Tagged as:
      • books
      • retail

    • Vanishing appears
      • 19 Jan 2011
      • The Wellingtonista
      • There are a few shops around town that cater to pop-culture junkies and seekers of retro memorabilia, but newcomer Vanishing Point (40 Abel Smith St) adds a  personal twist.
      • Tagged as:
      • retail

    • Victoria University might play fair
      • 8 Aug 2010
      • Salient
      • Pat Walsh buys bananas Victoria University might be one step closer to becoming a Fair Trade University with VUWSA President Max Hardy presenting Vice-Chancellor Pat Walsh with a fair trade information pack last week.
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      • fairtrade
      • vuw

    • On Malls
      • 18 Jun 2010
      • Architectural Centre Inc
      • The Dominion Post had an article recently saying how K Mart, the giant US retailing store, wants to establish a branch in central Wellington. Given that K Mart stores are rather large, and Wellington CBD is rather skinny and small. It may be that they are aiming at Kilbirnie / Rongotai instead. But it did remind [...]
      • Tagged as:
      • kilbirnie
      • architecture
      • retail


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