Articles in the last week
Dope Lemon and Kids Fallin' in Love
New song out from Angus Stone's Dope Lemon
The Solomon Cole Band reckon Lucifer's Rising
Rock and blues aficionados should listen to this
It's Kora and The Weekend
Another single from the upcoming EP, due next year
Concert Review: Lou'ana's spellbinding Midnight Madness
An album release shrouded in mystery from Aotearoa's soulster
Give a Boost to the THINK Coromandel Gig Guide
Help support the arts and music in the Coromandel and find a gig you didn't know was happening
Black Seeds reveal Raised With Love
First the teaser, now the real thing
upsidedownhead make it real
New single from Sydney producer upsidedownhead
Auckland Arts Festival/ Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki 2021 launched
One-hundred percent Aotearoa line-up announced for Auckland
Concert Review: Avantdale Bowling Club at the Wellington Jazz Festi...
The highly articulate Scott proved he is hardly a spent force
The Monsta Marty is unmasked - be very afraid - but listen to the m...
New music from Australia's Emma Donovan, old music from the Mississippi Dickinsons and friends, and new music from Nashville's Brennan Leigh
LAIIKA have a Crush
LAIIKA release new song Crush
Come Together: Three classic albums over three months
Come Together starts tomorrow with Brothers in Arms, then in December with Abbey Road, and finally in January with Live Rust
Catch Stone Deaf's Cloven Hoof on Polaroid
It's our Monday rock fix from Stone Deaf
Princess Chelsea misses her man
Princess Chelsea touring now
Interviews Album Reviews
Album Review and Interview: Mimi Gilbert - Grew Inside The Water (C...
Striking debut from a travelled street performer
Whānau Voices of Aotearoa Far from Home
Kiwi Opera Singers abroad need some aroha
The Dawes are as free as they want to be
Good Luck With Whatever was out on October 2nd
John Mayall is as good as gone (but we hope he's kidding)
John Mayall works with Buddy Miller on a song for his birthday (tongue in cheek, we hope)
Steve Earle plays Justin
Steve Earle: "it was the only way I knew to say goodbye.”
Roger's Eclectic Journey from 1964-88
Fro Muddy Waters to the Stones, to Tom Waits to the Strawbs, it's all eclectic and 25 years of rock with a song from each year 1964-88
Concert Review: Th' Dudes give us Bliss at the Auckland Town Hall
Th' Dudes calling it quits was a momentous decision but probably the right one. Otherwise we wouldn’t have had a night like tonight.
Album Reviews Concert Reviews
Album Review and Concert Review: Kevin Field's Soundtology (TimeZon...
John Fenton was at the album launch of this multi-talented jazz keyboardist
Concert Review: Kevin Field Quintet at the Wellington Jazz Festival
St Peter's Church added a distinctly spiritual element to the debut of three new pieces by Kiwi jazz pianist and composer Kevin Field that celebrated our common humanity.