This weeks theme was songs about education
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Wax Chattels create darkly hypnotic and frenetic music that's both rhythmically complex and sinister.
‘Bloodlines’ draws inspiration from the female Sudanese Aghani Al-Banat musicians the track is based around.
The Recorded Music NZ Best Jazz Album and the APRA Best Jazz Composition awards will be presented on the opening night of the Wellington Jazz Festival, Wednesday 6 June.
Rita Ora continues her run of top ten hits with ‘Girls’ featuring Cardi B, Bebe Rexha, and Charli XCX.
Entries for the 2018 APRA Silver Scroll Award, APRA Maioha Award, SOUNZ Contemporary Award, and Best Original Music in a Film or Series Award close on Thursday 31 May.
Vince Harder has covered all things performing arts with his involvement in song writing, production, artist development, management and musical theatre.
Last night The Tuning Fork hosted managers, self managed artists, industry professionals, artists and bands, to celebrate the people working hard behind the scenes.
Birthday Suite takes cues from the baroque to Afrobeat, Jazz Fusion, Psychedelic Rock and offbeat explorational sounds.
Shot entirely in Christchurch in one day, the video has a dreamy, washed out, nostalgic feel.
Since their popular 2016 album Diplomatic Immunity, suit-wearing two-piece Client Liaison have become one of Australian's best electronic acts.
Iconic British band Suede announces their eighth studio album The Blue Hour will be released on 21 September.
The Flaming Lips will release their first official hits collection on June 1.
Now an integral part of our cultural landscape, May is a 31 day celebration of homegrown talent across the length and breadth of the country.
Twin Shadow is the project of Dominican American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actor George Lewis Jr.
For May NZ Music Month, Ellen Melville Centre presents a show of photos of local musicians by photographer Murray Cammick.
NZ-born singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist/producer, Janine, has released a video to her latest soulful single, ‘Too Late.’
Auckland-based four piece Openside have just released another empowering new single and companion video ‘No Going Back’.
Accompanying the track is a video featuring previously unseen rehearsal footage of Prince & The Revolution from the summer of 1984.
Fade, the fourth single off Mermaidens' Taite Prize nominated album Perfect Body is out today, accompanied by a slow, moody music video.
The Taite is open to all genres of music from any record label, and is judged on artistic merit alone.