There has never been a better time to put on your best autumnal regalia and head out into the enchanted evening for some live music, and tonight the Port Chalmers Town Hall will be packed with...
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Over the past four months, Copenhagen-based blackened-hardcore band Hexis has been on the largest tour of its career. Next week, they'll be arriving on our shores, writes Fraser Thompson.
Zaimph is the solo project of New York-based musician Marcia Bassett, who is currently embarking on a New Zealand tour. Tonight, she will be performing in Dunedin, writes Fraser Thompson.
Christchurch Death metal band Blindfolded and Led to the Woods have headed south for a gig at Fifty Gorillas. Fraser Thompson talks with guitarist and songwriter Stu.
Congress of Animals is what happens when a bunch of New Zealand's most prolific and respected musical talent gets together and jams without any particular goal in mind.
It was when two-time Silver Scroll nominee Anthonie Tonnon started working on the video for his song Old Images that he discovered his fascination with the forgotten railway networks of New Zealand.
Destroy All False Metal might sound like a radical metalhead's ultimate dictum, but it's actually just a band from Wellington, and tonight they'll be playing Dunedin.
In the age of Soundcloud and Spotify it can be hard to keep track of new releases, so you might not have noticed all the incredible releases coming out of Dunedin recently, writes Fraser Thompson.
If your ideal Saturday night involves a folk musician who dabbles in Afro-beat and witty banter, then you might want to head down to Inch Bar tonight.
The first time I saw The Mentalist Collective was when it played to a crowd of 10 or so at one of Re:Fuel's open mike nights.
If you're feeling a little itchy it could be because Methchrist haven't played a gig here since January, but that all changes tonight.
Most bands, when asked to describe their music, will respond with a long period of silence and then a genre made up by Pitchfork such as "Foamcore" or "Bath House" writes Fraser Thompson.
Fraser Thompson recently sat down with Dunedin folk indie band Soaked Oats to talk about breakfast and its upcoming tour.