Everything’s Gone Green: Whakataurangi Ake

“It feels like something of a major departure from what we’d usually expect from Disjecta Membra. But clearly it’s very personal, and the real beauty here lies in its intimacy.” 
– Mike Hollywood (Everything’s Gone Green / NZ Musician)

Peek-a-Boo: For the Bats Vol III

“Bats are New Zealand’s only native land mammals, known as Pekapeka”, says Michel Rowland of Disjecta Membra. “According to legend, Pekapeka are guides who aided humanity to navigate the underworld, Rarohenga, thence to retrieve the art of Tā Moko from a supernatural people called Tūrehu.”
- Peek-a-Boo Magazine, Belgium

Hamilton Underground Press: Death by Discothèque

“Dave Lowndes, late of Hamilton bands Requiem and Gas, and current member of Punch Monkeys, produced two versions of the song for the EP.  Lowndes produced and co-engineered Disjecta Membra’s 1997 album ‘Achromaticia’, so his inclusion – arranged at a fortuitous meeting in Auckland after not having seen Rowland for over for 16 years – makes for a nice connection to their Hamilton roots.”
– Ian Duggan (Hamilton Underground Press, New Zealand)