After Dunedin band Ritalin moved to Wellington a couple of years ago it played a few tours, and kept going for a while, but hasn't been heard of lately.
Dunedin band The Verlaines are to give an intimate performance at the Dunedin Pubic Library this week, in a gig organised by Toroa Radio's Ian Loughran.
Christchurch musician David Gideon, who performs solo but has had a lengthy career in bands, is returning to Dunedin for a show at the Normanby Tavern on June 7.
The line-up for OUSA Orientation 2010 was released this week, with American band Health topping a reasonably solid bill.
The brief for the On The Floor column has for the past decade been about local artists, or events coming to Dunedin.
Maiden Records, the label of Christchurch musician Flip Grater, is bringing a little bit of Paris to New Zealand in the form of French singer-songwriter Marianne Dissard, who is touring with Grater and another New Zealand singer-songwriter, Delaney Davidson.
American alternative folk duo The Handsome Family is coming to New Zealand, and is this time visiting Dunedin.
Well, hasn't the year gone fast? It seems hardly any time since I was last writing about the approach of the Whare Flat festival and New Year's Eve concert in the Octagon, but here we are again.
In 2009, Monique Rhodes decided the issue of child abuse in her homeland of New Zealand was too big for her to ignore.
Dunedin's Tono and the Finance Company haven't ever been mistaken for an actual lending agency, much to the relief of the band's frontman, Anthonie Tonnon.
On Saturday February 20, Student Radio station Radio One is celebrating another birthday, and to help with the frivolity they've enlisted the help of The 3Ds.
Back when the 3Ds were in their heyday, in the early 1990s, social networking sites such as Facebook were unimagined.
Veteran New Zealand songwriter Don McGlashan returns to Dunedin for a boutique gig at St Martin's Hall on May 1.
Throughout Dunedin's history there have been street parties. Castle St has seen a fair few, and it's best not to mention Hyde St in university circles.
Tonight across the world many lights will go out for Earth Hour, an event organisers hope will remind people to conserve energy and care for the planet.
From humble beginnings in Raglan to the well respected band of today, Cornerstone Roots has a lengthy list of achievements, and has played with some of the biggest names in the reggae world.