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Bogan as all hell and proud of it, in the early noughties, 8 Foot were the closest we had to heavy metal superstars. I remember losing a few shoes at one of their triumphant mid-afternoon Big Day Out sets and then getting the band to sign my sleeveless t-shirt in marker pen. Their first big hit, it's the type of music that will make you headbutt a pig. Which can only be a good thing.
“Kimbra got dope energy, sound and look - which is the reason I was excited to jump on this track with her.”
Mac Miller is back to announce his highly-anticipated new album, SWIMMING to be released 3rd August.
Space-rock contortionists Bailterspace have announced three rare NZ shows, following their upcoming appearance at The Others Way Festival on August 31.
2018 is promising to be another night to remember, featuring 30 acts from New Zealand and Australia.
'Keep A Little Soul' is being released as part of an upcoming collection An American Treasure
Auckland indie rock band Mecuzine play with attitude, honesty and raw, unrelenting energy.
All NZ APRA members are now invited to listen to the top 20 and then vote for their top 5 songs.
Jon Toogood’s critically acclaimed collaborative project, The Adults, releases its next single ‘Take it On The Chin’.
Jollands is often compared vocally to Nick Cave, Rufus Wainwright & Scott Walker, his music a paradoxical mix of melancholia and optimism.
Excitement brews in Auckland once again as Flying Out and 95bFM present The Others Way on August 31 2018.
'The Greystone' is a taster from the forthcoming album A Lost Light.
Directed by Rebecca Tansley, the film documents celebrated Czech dancers Jiří and Otto Bubeniček and Royal New Zealand Ballet’s adaptation of Jane Campion's iconic film The Piano.