This weeks theme was alt country.
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This folk/country duo’s outstanding debut album Ghost Of A friend will be released on the 30th March 2019.
Featuring the backing vocals of Dianne Swann, 'Summer Rain' is an upbeat, feel-good, summery track, but it goes deeper than that.
‘Lightyears’ is remixed by acclaimed New York producer Chris Tabron who has also worked with Beyonce, Lady Gaga and The Strokes.
Jenny Lewis has now unleashed the first taste of her new album with the first single, 'Red Bull & Hennessy'.
Meek Mill and Drake have officially buried the hatchet with Meek's new song, 'Going Bad', taken from his new album CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Entries are now open for APRA Best Country Song, APRA Best Jazz Composition, and APRA Best Children's Song.
After more than a decade in the game, Foals embark on an ambitious new project: two new albums: EVERYTHING NOT SAVED WILL BE LOST.
Voices is about doubt and freedom, the changing seasons, the decisions that lead us, the lies we’re told and the search for truth.
Gary Clark Jr.'s new release 'This Land' has just been released, with Rolling Stone calling the song ''a scathing account of Trump-era racism".
From all of us here at Aeroplane Music, we wish you a safe and happy Christmas break and all the best for 2019.
‘Don’t Sleep’ is an infectious dose of trunk-rattling funk, taken from Chromeo’s fifth studio album, HEAD OVER HEELS.
Hypnumb is a high energy, crowd-pleasing dirty blues-rock act from Christchurch.
Paper Cranes’ second album Voices is due for release on January 18th 2019, and the folk pop duo will be celebrating with an extensive tour of NZ in the New Year.
‘People X People’ is an infectious, much-needed, feel-good call to love and understanding.
Blair Jollands is returning to his hometown Aotearoa in January to perform songs from his acclaimed recent album 7 Blood.
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'.