Wellington’s Nation (Jack Williment) have returned with a fresh new single ‘Air’, launching the track with an exclusive pre-release show at the Prefab Hall on May 19th, before its official release a week later.
“'Tenderly' is a song whose message is that we need love just as we need air and water. I play Weissenborn on this track, and it has a deep, earthy groove, and a reggae-style bassline.” – Thomas Oliver (Cushla Aston)
Vallkyrie (Shae Sterling) – taking their name from the female warriors of Norse mythology – consist of Rebel Reid and Omer Gilroy as the powerhouse behind the industrial storm that is this new age girl power band. Add Brandon Haru as their Viking drummer and you have a Norse force to be reckoned with.Today they are very pleased to announce the release of their brand new single Lost Soul.
After great success in 2016, the E Tū Whānau Song Competition is back! The competition is being held once again during NZ Music Month in May, in conjunction with the network of Māori Radio Stations throughout Aotearoa.
Auckland Museum’s free Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa exhibition has been named an Exhibition Media Award winner for its innovative blend of culture and technology at the international2017 GLAMi Awards, part of the Museums and the Web Conference in Cleveland, Ohio.
There are some singers who command the utmost respect and attention the second you hear that very first note. The voice grabs you; it holds you. You’ve discovered something rare and precious. You’ll always remember that moment. Meet the new Kiwi singer-songwriter who is about to stop you in your tracks - TEEKS (Cilla Ruha).
The annual Māngere Love concert this year doubles as Māngere’s official NZ Music Month celebrations; featuring performances by local up and coming talent including SUPA Performing Arts, CMPA Students of Te Wānanga O Aotearoa and many more, alongside feature artists Swiss, Poetik and LaCoco. This year, the Māngere Love concert will be followed by a complimentary series of invaluable music workshops at the Māngere Arts Centre called “From Lyric Page to the Stage”.
Louis Baker (Cushla Aston) shares his new single 'Addict', the follow up to his previous single 'Gave It All Away'. You also don’t want to miss Louis Baker live this month, as he performs two shows in Auckland and Wellington with a full band.