Greg Fleming’s fourth single from his upcoming album is about - "the potentially horrifying prospect of sitting down to watch the movie of your life".
Manzo (AKA Alan Hodgetts) will soon be releasing Attachment, his third studio album.
Auckland electro outfit Beachware recently dropped a wistful new dance-pop single called ‘Leave It Alone’.
“Without You’ is a dreamy love song written by Jackie while in New Zealand.
‘Shotgun’ is an empowering, fun and flirtatious track, blending country, pop and rock.
'Save Me The Weekend' is a pristine pop banger, centred on the euphoric push and pull of newfound love.
Songbroker Music Publishing now represents the music of New Zealand composer Douglas Lilburn, for the benefit of the Lilburn Trust.
'Moments' is a hopeful and uplifting, piano-driven love story with a dramatic orchestral twist.
NYC based Kiwi synthwave act Diamond Field has teamed-up with Bob Haro – Freestyle BMX pioneer for a slice of ‘80s synthpop entitled For ‘Won’t Compromise’.
Li’l Chuck recorded all 14 tracks in a one-day session, capturing single takes, and using entirely 1950's mono recording equipment, direct to tape.
‘Scars’ is an alluring acoustic pop track about working through a dysfunctional relationship.
Boom! Boom! Deluxe serves up a mix of catchy original songs in an authentic high energy '50s rock 'n' roll style.
‘Mistaken’ is a contemporary pop – rock song with an acoustic – country tinge.
Written and performed by all four band members, 'Dirty Orlean' is a hot and heavy, playful and openly unapologetic rock tune.
The Nightfalls are an Auckland 3-piece who play classic guitar pop with a country twang.
Nikki Ngatai & Lee Catlin led each other down sonic paths they wouldn't normally travel.
Tablefox are a 5 piece Indie Rock act from Auckland NZ.
Running Stitch evokes some of the best female artists and female-led bands of previous eras.
‘Birth of Symmetry’ is a sparse, moody and contemplative instrumental piece, showcasing the band’s softer, orchestral side.
‘Without You’ is an intimate, pared back love song highlighting Bristow’s soulful voice.
Silva’s silky smooth delivery has been likened to Al Green, whose songs he covered in his early club repertoire.
Songbroker has put together a new playlist of warm, sunny songs, shining beams of happiness and good feeling upon us.
Greg Fleming's new single is a short, sharp, jazzy tune about strollin' through the city on a beautiful late summer day.
Auckland musician, songwriter, producer and now vinyl-cutter Jesse Wilde, is staging Journey to My Vinyl Destination, on Saturday, March 16, from 1pm.
Aaron Carpenter has a gift for articulating the plight of the downtrodden and misunderstood.
Li'l Chuck keeps to the one man band tradition performing all instruments simultaneously.
Classically trained, Christo creates a flavoursome blend of Indie pop.
This Friday the 1st of March Eyreton Hall release their second single ‘Weekend' from their forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Spaces’.
Written and sung by the band’s iconic Double Bass player and pin-up star Hettie Labombe, 'Slap That Bottom' is a sassy, tongue 'n' cheek, rock n’ roll romp!
Death In Texas is a compelling duo featuring the piano, synth and vocals of Ruth Power and drums & production of Kane Power.