Ed Sheeran talks to Sienna Yates ahead of his record-breaking New Zealand tour.
A full house at the Glenroy Auditorium was blown away by the sheer virtuosity and rapturous engagement with the music exhibited by pianists Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe.
A federal appeals court has upheld a multimillion-dollar judgement against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams for copying a Marvin Gaye song to create their smash hit Blurred Lines.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr was knighted at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday and joked with reporters afterwards: 'I expect you to use my title.'
Singer-songwriter Marlon Williams' Dunedin concert in May will now be held at the Town Hall.
This is supposedly the final compilation of archived Hendrix material from the period 1968 through 1970.
Twin Fantasy is a re-imagining of Will Toledo's 2011 lo-fi album of the same name, lifting it to new heights.
Moby still uses many of the similar templates that made Play, his inescapable 1999 trip-hop totem, work: airy minimalist soundscapes, clipped trip-hop beats and his mopey Moby mumble set against soothing female voices.
In its own unconventional way, this is a knockout release from the Kiwi label.
There I was scanning Radio 1's Playtime Report to get the lowdown on this weekend's fizzy doings when I noticed a name I didn't recognise - girlboss. Intrigued, I jumped on Bandcamp.
Frontier Touring is to release extra seats for all three Ed Sheeran Dunedin concerts at Easter.
Watching one of Greg Anderson and Elizabeth Joy Roe’s videos makes a person wonder where their explosions of energy come from. They tell Rebecca Fox about the near misses and theatre in their work.
New York's Metropolitan Opera has fired its longtime conductor and musical director James Levine after an inquiry found "credible evidence" to support accusations against him of sexual misconduct.
Two of Dunedin's retired professional musicians gave an excellent recital in a well-filled Knox Church yesterday afternoon.
On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, two costumed terrorists committed a heinous act of vandalism, Fraser Thompson writes.
There is a disconnect between the cover of Joan Baez's 25th studio album, showing the folk queen (77) beaming and radiant, and its 10 songs about mortality and war.
It's the first time the quartet behind the seminal Last Splash has recorded together since that 1993 smash with Cannonball and Divine Hammer, and the first Breeders album of any kind in a decade.
Grown women could sorely use a riot grrrl movement of their own. Because later life still throws out what a disgusted Tracey Thorn, on Sister, recognises as the "same old s***".
There are nine interesting and pleasing works on this disc's 20 tracks, all showing the great affinity that New Zealand-born composer and clarinetist Ken Wilson (1924-2012) had for writing original wind music.
At 65, the phenomenally creative David Byrne is still rock's renaissance man.