Fans of The Avalanches have had to wait 16 years since Since I Left You.
Complete Chopin recordings. Martha Argerich (piano). Deutsche Grammophon boxed set 5 CDs.
East London duo Andy Clutterbuck and James Hatcher follow a clutch of EPs with a slick album that is all about the smooth, slow groove.
The new album from Aaradhna is something special.
"I feel like most people get rid of their music-making training wheels in high school, but I never did that,'' Dunedin bedroom producer Jens Moller states plainly.
Anyone who thinks our iconic Southern man is not much of a talker should take a gander at Rams (Rialto), a tragic story of man's devotion to sheep breeding.
Bourne's back, and he's ... well, nine years older and eking out an existence as a bare-knuckle fighter on the Greek-Armenian border, allowing plenty of time for tortured flashbacks to his earlier adventures for those in need of a recap.
It's been five years since fans of 'Harry Potter' tearfully said goodbye to the boy wizard they had grown up with, but a new play, book release and spin-off film are casting his spell all over again.
Halsey suffered a miscarriage on tour last year.
A new Pink Floyd box set is to contain never-before released material.
Move over, Spider-Man and Superman. Here comes Chalice, a transgender superhero hitting the comic-book world.
There was a terrible old joke doing the rounds of Andersons Bay Primary School in the 1960s.
Sarah Jessica Parker nearly turned down Sex and the City because she was concerned about "nudity and language issues".
This week, ODT art critic James Dignan reviews works by Billy Apple, Doris Lusk, and Maja Moritz.
'The Simpsons Movie' may get a sequel.
New Zealand's outdoor lifestyle and scenery is drawing Samuel Jacobs back to the country to play with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. The French horn musician tells Rebecca Fox about his Kiwi connections.
Playing for the Queen when he was just 13 rates as one of Julian Bliss' top experiences. He tells Rebecca Fox he is looking forward to his visit to Dunedin with the NZTrio.
The village newspaper announces an impending murder, and even provides the place, date and time. Who could possibly take it seriously?
Nathalie Brown catches up with world-renowned writer and storyteller Mona Williams, who will be in Dunedin and Oamaru at the weekend.
Guest performers at Wednesday's Marama Hall lunchtime concert were 15 members of the Southern Youth Choir, conducted by George Chittenden.