Lorde has hit back at fans who are demanding a new album.
The Weeknd and Daft Punk are recording together.
Mislabelled pills were seized at the home of Prince after his death from an overdose of the powerful opioid fentanyl, media are reporting.
Metallica have debuted their brand new single live for the very first time.
It's the hard rockin' news that hard rock fans have been hanging out for: Guns N' Roses are on their way to rock New Zealand.
Brahms: String Quartets Nos. 1 and 2. New Zealand String Quartet. Naxos CD
The fifth album from singer Alison Mosshart and guitarist Jamie Hince, otherwise known as The Kills, locks into a vibe largely based on bluesy vocals and spare, grinding riffs.
She might summon a few jazz and soul ghosts, yet 17-year-old South London singer Rachel Keen fuses her vocal influences to a shifting, pulsing framework that combines wobbly electro, gritty...
Auckland-Sydney five-piece Trust Punks casts its ferocious gaze to acidic, corroded post punk on its colossal sophomore album Double Bind.
St Kilda Brass Band under the direction of Peter Adams, performed an exciting array of brass arrangements and contemporary compositions before a medium capacity audience in Knox Church ...
Onslaught, Dunedin’s biggest punk and hardcore music event, returns next week for its 12th incarnation, and it’s the most audacious event yet, according to organiser Mark Tyler.
Chris Gendall is the 2016 Mozart Fellow in residence at the University of Otago, and the Wednesday lunchtime concert at Marama Hall showcased his compositions, success and recognition as a composer, Elizabeth Bouman writes.
'The Man Who Fell to Earth' soundtrack is to be released for the very first time.
REVIEW: Guest violinist Noah Bendix-Balgley dazzled, while the Dunedin Symphony Orchestra showed it could let its hair down, says Marian Poole.
Mayr: Overtures. Bavarian Classical Players, Concerto de Bassus, I Virtuosi Italiani. Naxos CD
The fifth studio album from the erstwhile Canadian punk outfit (following 2012’s Dead Silence) might be its first without drummer Aaron Solowoniuk, yet Afraid of Heights remains cohesive enough and...
It takes something special to get the pulse racing these days.
Whether channelling the best of Motown or crafting an entire album out of underwhelming small-town nightlife, there’s little doubting Joseph Mount’s singular presence in the pop world.
A slew of Dunedin acts will pay tribute to our city’s musical culture next Saturday, covering songs from local artists past and present in the sixth annual Dunedin Music Circle Jerk at Re:Fuel.
Heirs of the composer for Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On' have sued British musician Ed Sheeran, claiming his hit song 'Thinking Out Loud' copies core elements of the late soul singer's 1973 track.