This weeks theme was NZ songs to celebrate NZ Music Month.
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Fresh off her win at last week’s Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards for Best Pop Artist, Grammy-Award winner Kimbra releases her new song 'Lightyears'.
Combining her unique set of vocals with catchy melodic hooks, Kaela delivers a raw and powerful musical experience fueled with passion and honesty.
An intimate collection of Neo-Folk songs, underpinned by Bulgarian rhythms, and clothed in eastern-tainted melodies.
Flying Nun Records has just announced their new General Manager, Matthew Davis, who has stepped up to oversee the day to day operations of the independent label.
Theia’s new single ‘Candy’ is an unapologetic and carefree celebration of individuality.
indi writes using a combination of electronic and classical instrumentation, with a signature sound that relies on intricate details and multi-layered structures.
a contemplative track, with an equally fun official music video that is sure to change the way you look at emojis.
‘Bobby Where Did You Learn To Dance’ is an instantly engaging, upbeat Cajun-infused track.
Cardi B raps over a bass-heavy, stripped-down beat courtesy of CB2.
Parlophone Records in association with BBC Studios and Glastonbury Festivals Ltd. have announced the release of David Bowie GLASTONBURY 2000 on November 30th.
On December 7 Coldplay will celebrate their highly successful A Head Full of Dreams tour with the release of LIVE IN BUENOS AIRES/ LIVE IN SAO PAULO/ A HEAD FULL OF DREAMS (film)
This Waiheke Island collective has announced tour dates to follow the single’s release.
Thomston’s latest offering comes after a self-described “dark period”, but the track is surprisingly uplifting.
Flying Nun are giving Superette's stand alone 1996 album Tiger the deluxe reissue treatment.
Ahead of their debut LP release release next month, DOG Power is sharing the second single 'Come Back To Paris'.