Jitwam’s Dusky House and Soul is His Sanctuary From Modern Life
Meet the India-born, Australasia-based beatmaker who found his sound between London and New York.
Salad Boys Are A+ Students of Jangly Kiwi Indie Pop
Listen to the Christchurch band's new track of breezy guitar and soaring melody.
Magic Factory Play the Music You Find On Tapes in Truck Stop Parking Lots
Close your eyes and think New Zealand Lynyrd Skynyrd, open them and see Magic Factory.
Alexa Casino’s DIY Pop is Self-Produced and Self-Obsessed
The Wellington musician creates music that will make you cheer up and tear up.
Die! Die! Die! Prove to Be More Than Just a Noise Punk Band from Dunedin
The New Zealand post punk icons share a new video and stories about their sixth album "CHARM. OFFENSIVE."
Kane Strang On Self Belief and Creating Non-Heteronormative Pop
The Dunedin songwriter's new album brims with rich nuance.
How Polish Jazz Influenced Surly To Push Footwork In A New Direction
After joining Los Angeles footwork crew Juke Bounce Werk, New Zealand's Surly quietly released one of the more remarkable EPs of the last six months.
Dion Lunadon Will Not Go Quietly Into The Good Night
The A Place to Bury Strangers bassist steps out to deliver his own dark and visceral album.
NZ Music Month
Aldous Harding’s Mild Obsession With the Devil Results in Some Truly Sublime Music
With Lorde as her number one fan, the New Zealand singer-songwriter and her deeply affecting folk is on the rise.
Flying Nun's Sister Act: The Story of Look Blue Go Purple
Thirty years later Dunedin's Look Blue Go Purple's folk pop is getting a second shine.
Nadia Reid Is One of New Zealand’s Most Evocative and Profound Young Songwriters
Nadia Reid’s music connects with grace, poignancy and melancholy.
New Zealand Hip-Hop Week
We Go Deep With New Zealand Hip-Hop Legend P-Money
The producer recounts his experiences in the international market, as well as detailing New Zealand hip-hop's continued quest for global recognition.