In an exciting news - The Chills - have recently announced a 14-date tour of the USA one early 2019, their first in over 22 years!Read More
After selling out a number of shows in Europe earlier this year, the humble songwriter and producer Fazerdaze (a.k.a Amelia Murray) returns home for her very first NZ headline tour! Beginning in Auckland on September 8 and quickly followed up in Wellington the very next night, these two shows will allow new fans to feel the full effect of the Wellington-born singer’s personal and spellbinding performances.Read More
A force beguiling the world with her “spellbinding” songwriting (The Guardian) and consistently spectacular live performances, ALDOUS HARDING is commanding attention from the music industry’s most critical corners. The Observer exulted in a five-star review: “Harding is nothing less than amazing – a nuanced musician, a startling writer and a presence so intense”.
After a year of near non-stop touring to enthralled and amorous crowds the world over - including extensive tours through North America and coveted European festival slots such as Green Man, Latitude, Iceland Airwaves to name a few - Aldous returns to her homeland of Aotearoa for a raft of very special shows in the country’s main centres.Read More
Out on the tar sealed and gravelly roads this April and May, legendary Dunedin pop group The Chills have announced their embarkation on a vigorous and far-reaching New Zealand tour.
Stopping in major musical centres Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, as well as key outreaches such as Whanganui, Paekakariki, Queenstown, Napier, Raglan, Mount Maunganui, and a performance in Invercargill as part of the Southland Festival Of The Arts.
Lawrence Arabia releases his new video for ‘A Lake’
Entirely made by Milne and his partner Anns Taylor. Filmed out at Riverhead (the “much loved forest of trail runners and magic mushroom hunters”), the video follows Milne through his morning preparations (coffee, baked beans, a shave) before heading to the woods for a spooky group session of ritual magicRead More
In a post-internet era of short attention spans and jarring sonic changeability, the consistent tone and content of Auckland three-piece Street Chant is as refreshing as their songs are unsettling. Following a half-decade that’s seen them tour internationally in support of bands as acclaimed as The Lemonheads, The Dead Weather and The 3Ds, as well as multiple trips to SXSW, CMJ and Big Sound, the very-long- awaited release of second full-length Hauora on iconic New Zealand indie Flying Nun finds the band picking up where their lauded, New Zealand Music Award-winning debut Means (2010, Arch Hill) left off.Read More
Dream Wave, the new single from Tiny Ruins, comes courtesy of film director & music producer David Lynch, following a chain of events that began with the director mentioning on Twitter that he was a fan of the band.Read More