This weeks theme was NZ songs to celebrate NZ Music Month.
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The Queen Is Dead has cast a significant influence over subsequent generations since it was first released in the summer of 1986
The Dregs is a tribute to high school bands, the Gordons and what elevation from dorkhood a guitar can accomplish.
Vogel's toasty and delicious musical accompaniment. 'Not Given Lightly' by Chris Knox. (Flying Nun Music/Mushroom Music Publishing)
Otherness explores the intimate entwining of word and sound; more inventive yet direct than ever.
Parlophone Records have announced A NEW CAREER IN A NEW TOWN (1977 – 1982) a box set release on 29th September.
The 20 songs were chosen from over 200 entries by a jury of 11 highly qualified songwriters.
Vince has twice won ‘Best Male Artist’ at the Vodafone Pacific Music Awards, as well as the APRA Maioha Award.
'Unstable' tells the powerful story of a rocky relationship, while showcasing her passionate, ethereal vocals.
Both albums include additional tracks and have been beautifully pressed over 2 LPs.
The four-show August tour with his band will be the only NZ appearance for the trio this year.
Valedictions create a distinct mix of gritty rock'n'roll and Indie pop laced with melodic harmonies.
"What if I fall?" Oh But Darling what if you fly?
After selling out a number of shows in Europe earlier this year, Fazerdaze returns home for her first NZ headline tour.
Global, platinum-selling collective, Rudimental, have returned with their brand new single from their forthcoming album.