Teen sensation Billie Eilish has swept the Grammys, winning all four top awards - album, song, record of the year and best new artist.
Billie Eilish is the youngest person to sing a Bond theme, but she has handled a year of supernova fame with a maturity beyond her years, writes Rebecca Nicholson.
The live electronic music scene in Dunedin was once a very different landscape, but with the demise of venues such as Bath Street in the early 2000s things have stagnated a little. Hoping to change...
Catching up in London, Modi Deng and Annabel Drummond discovered they were both spending their summers in Dunedin — a perfect opportunity for a homecoming concert, they tell Rebecca Fox.
British rocker Ozzy Osbourne, who last year postponed a world tour due to health issues, has disclosed in an interview that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
A headline act for Laneway Festival has cancelled just days before the event gets underway at Auckland's Albert Park on Monday.
Golden Globe-winning Icelandic musician Hildur Guonadottir usually lives a quiet life in Berlin, but is about to see a lot more of LA's red carpets as nominations flood in for her score for Joker.
Billy Bragg's been tirelessly cranking out politically charged folk-punk since the '70s and in May returns to NZ briefly escaping the exhausting reality of post-Brexit Britain. Fraser Thompson caught up with him.
Dunedin folk singer Nadia Reid has shared a new music video to go with her latest single ahead of an album next month.
American teen pop sensation Billie Eilish said on Tuesday she was honoured to have been chosen to write and record the theme song from the upcoming James Bond film "No Time to Die."
Australia has been the making of Arrowtown-raised Isla and Finley Brentwood, who call themselves “Australasia’s only strictly ginger, brother-sister duo”.
Queenstown police are investigating three complaints of fraudulent ticket selling for this Saturday's sold-out Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert.
As the 45th Whare Flat Folk Festival drew to a close, its organiser praised it as a world-class event.
Tickets to the South Island’s premier musical festival Rhythm and Alps are close to selling out but organisers are expecting a last-minute rush.
Auckland musician Anthonie Tonnon (foreground) is greeted in Waitati by residents, including Mandy Mayhem and the Waitati Militia, ahead of performing his ‘‘Rail Land’’ show to a packed Waitati Hall.
Dunedin-born conductor Holly Mathieson has just been appointed the music director of one of Canada’s top symphony orchestras, Symphony Nova Scotia.