Touring New Zealand from August, Bob Dylan’s genius, his lyrics, and his undying cool continue to endure.
Kiwi filmmaker Florian Habicht on his collaboration with Jarvis Cocker, the people of Sheffield, and appealing to non-fans of Pulp.
A discussion on Maori instrumental traditions, taonga puoro torch bearer Richard Nunns, and music and culture in documentary Voices of the Land: Nga Reo o te Whenua.
Blackbird Ensemble combine Max Richter’s Four Seasons Recomposed with stunning visuals.
Wellington’s pride and pleasure sound out their new EP.
Joshua Redman, Chick Corea with Gary Burton, Pablo Ziegler, and Dawn of Midi were among the the standout international acts at this year’s Wellington Jazz Festival.
Michael Griffiths and Lady Rizo perform as part of the Auckland International Cabaret Season.
Julia Deans is unleashed on Joni Mitchell’s iconic songbook.
Two ‘soul-stresses’ impress in concert.
At 77, the iconic country musician and actor is still struggling for a better America. Plus, a Steve Earle review.
A new solo album, a stage shared with Erykah Badu, a passport stamped with international performances—the already prolific Estère is ready to move front and centre. Photography by Daniel Rose.
For his cinematic third album, The Nihilist, an in-depth conversation with Liam Finn.
Liam Finn returns with “a stunning album that keeps on giving.”
An interview with legendary rapper The Tuna, aka Chali 2na, aka Jurassic 5’s Charles Stewart.
Highlights and images from Taranaki’s 10th annual WOMAD festival.
Reflections on the musicians, artists, and communities behind the unique Old Hall Gigs project.
A review of Yo La Tengo and Frente Cumbiero in concert at the New Zealand Festival.
Hip hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis make a triumphant return to New Zealand.
Thoughts on the Schubert-Symphony No. 5 and Rosamunde Overture performed recently at the New Zealand Festival.
A korero with inspirational soul survivor Charles Bradley.