Team Picks of the Week are back, and what better way to celebrate than with a "welcome back" themed week.
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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.
These will be the duo’s first official headline shows in the country - with New Zealand Music Award winner Jamie McDell as local support.
Shannon & The Clams will release their fifth studio album, Onion, via Dan Auerbach's Easy Eye Sound label on February 16th.
This marks the band’s first album with their new lead singer, Jeff Gutt.
Bruno Mars took out all seven categories that he was nominated for and claimed the biggest awards of the night.
They owned it at yesterday's Laneway Festival in Auckland. The War On Drugs now release their second official single, ‘Pain.’
Led Zeppelin will reissue their celebrated live album 'How The West was Won' originally released in 2003, featuring newly remastered audio, supervised by Jimmy Page.
New Zealand songstress Kimbra has moved the release of her third studio album, Primal Heart, to April 20, 2018.
To say Wayne’s musical experience and knowledge is considerable would a bit of an understatement
Mars has rounded out an all-star year with six Grammy nominations.
The Birthday Suite album is due out on May 9th, Kody’s birthday, via Flying Nun.