Dunedin Symphony Orchestra is presenting a further selection of songs from the eclectic ‘Dunedin Sound’.
Show Me Where It Hurts play big-hearted pop songs, and heavy-hearted torch songs with a light-hearted reverie.
'Low Frequency Word' embodies Greg's astute songwriting skills wrapped in lush melodies.
From their forthcoming EP Venus Burns , indie rockers The Roulettes have revealed the new single and video 'Fade'.
The Slacks' music has been described as folk-rock slapped about the face by country and blues with a dusting of Irish-ska.
'Love Train' is the first release in the series of new Li'l Chuck videos 'Live at Orange Studio'.
Fleming wrote 'Last Names' for "blended family, hyphenated surnamed partners everywhere".
From Miho's EP 'Memphis Dreamin' - recorded at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis.
Auckland blues rockers Radio Coma are about to unleash their Zeppelinesque new single 'Too Young To Die' on October 21st.
Brian Romeril is a NZ composer and saxophonist.
In the past 12 months W.I.S.O have supported kiwi acts Yoko Zuna, Sorceress, Latin Aotearoa, P-Diggs and Sunshine Sound System.
'Changes Coming' include straightforward shuffling blues tracks to Americana and gospel anthems.
The band have been in production mode writing for their new EP, Feel The Love - due out early 2018.
Shayne Carter was the musical director of proceedings and put on an exciting show with thoughtful, unique renditions of nominees' songs.
Miho's musical journey to date is rich and varied.
Alan Brown and Johnny Fleury formed Mistake Theory in mid-1998, inspired by bands like Massive Attack and Portishead.
Flew in From Vegas is the second track released from Greg Fleming and The Working Poor's upcoming album Working Poor Country.
Award winning pianist and multi-instrumentalist has just announced 3 solo piano concerts at Suite Gallery in Wellington in early November.
Carolyn Stilwell is best known for her sweeping and epic soundscapes.
SCB describe their music as "Blues Melancholy Rock n Rock redemption made with the dark arts"
The DeSotos are hitting the road this week on an acoustic tour of the country
In celebration of Te wiki o te reo māori we have chosen The Slacks' track 'Big Aroha'.
Hern's catalogue ranges from Country, Rock and Pop to Gospel and Balladry.
Seven female Māori writer/directors and one writer/director pair have collaborated to bring 8 vignettes unfolding around the tangi of a young boy, Waru.
Expect plenty of classic songs from this pair of accomplished songwriters.
Thompson blends elements of folk, pop, rock and country into bittersweet and beautiful songs.
After a sell out gig at Folk Sessions in Tauranga Paper Cranes announce two more shows.