• In the 1990s, Dunedin duo the Tongue Brothers entertained many with their own brand of clever music, and had quite a following before Joel left the country to take his culinary skills around the world.
Dunedin musician Evan Sunley-James has been around Dunedin's music industry for the better part of a decade and has recorded his own tunes under a handful of monikers.
Dunedin band Die!Die!Die! spends much of its time offshore, in either the United States or the United Kingdom.
Auckland's Broken Heartbreakers had a full-on 2008, and are describing this year so far as a reflective period.
Every year for more than 20 years people have been running dance party-styled events around Dunedin on the winter solstice, otherwise known as the shortest day of the year.
Dunedin singer songwriter Hana Fahy has been playing around Dunedin for a good few years now, and is playing at Chicks tonight to celebrate the release of her new EP.
Having released its self-titled debut album, Wellington rootsy reggae six-piece Hikoikoi is headed our way.
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.
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.
May has been New Zealand Music Month for so many years now there is a groundswell of opinion that says it should be scrapped, as the industry is strong enough to look after itself.
Dunedin musician John Egenes gets into the New Zealand Music Month spirit with a CD release this week.
One-time Dunedin musician Yule Guttenbeil played around the usual traps during the early "naughties" before leaving town in 2006.
An Emerald City is playing some of the shows on The Datsuns tour of New Zealand, including the Dunedin one. In last week's "On The Floor" we had a chat with The Datsuns, so this week we got hold of An Emerald City's keyboard player and guitarist Sam Handley.
The North Island rock 'n' roll juggernaut that is The Datsuns steamrolls into town later this month, playing Sammy's on April 24 with An Emerald City.
Drum and bass duo Patrick Hawkins and Stu Maxwell have been wowing crowds around New Zealand for a few years now, and have also been getting their product to market, or at least their CDs in shops.
Little Bushman's frontman Warren Maxwell remembers the band's last gig in Dunedin well.