TEAM PICKS OF THE WEEK
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"Fortunate Son" was released as the war in Vietnam was dominating the media, and the thoughts of virtually every draft-eligible American male. The title referred to those few young men whose families were sufficiently politically connected so as to avoid either combat duty or the draft altogether. The lyric is delivered from the perspective of the large majority: those who were not "fortunate sons" and who had gone (or would be going soon) to war.
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Rap phenomenon Lil Uzi Vert played his first ever New Zealand show this week at the Logan Campbell Centre.
Kody Nielson's second single, 'Ruban's Birthday' from his forthcoming album Birthday Suite is out today, and coincides with his brother Ruban's Birthday.
The accompanying video directed by Lance Drake is an ‘80s infectious neon love story.
Flying Nun have announced a joint signing, and a limited edition 7" featuring the bands' lasted single, 'Stay Disappointed'.
Kings' high energy song 'Play the Game' is a match made in heaven.
The 21-year-old Memphis hip-hop prodigy delivers a raw, rough, and real performance
APRA NZ has just announced that entries for the 2018 NZ Jazz Awards, NZ Children's Music Awards, and NZ Country Music Awards are all open.