In the Spring 2015 issue of DGZ we head ‘Due South’ with Beau Foster and Jack Lynch as they roll around the South Island of NZ. Getting logular we head to a secluded spot known as ‘Yah Na Bu’ for some trim time, while cover boy Billy Stairmand gets hi fi in the South Pacific with ‘Kava Bowls’. Mischa Davis introduces us to the world of Permaculture and we chat with surfer/author Sophie Hardcastle about her latest novel ‘Running like china’. Our feature artist this issue comes in the form of a secretive duo know as BMD (we still don’t know who they really are…). Dr. Shaw Mead lifts the lid on the state of New Zealand’s waterways with his article ‘The Elephant In The Room’. We catch up with Dunedin’s psychedelic pop outfit The Shifting Sands and John John fills us in on his latest film project ‘A View From A Blue Moon’.
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