Madeleine Chapman strikes a pose and mixes up a storm on Spark's All Access Pass experience at the Volume exhibition in Auckland.
Henry Oliver talks to Savage about getting his songs on big Hollywood movies, outlasting so many of his New Zealand hip hop contemporaries, and why he's not interested in recording any more albums.
What will popular music sound and look like in 10 or 20 years time? Gareth Shute looks to Japan, where the era of the ‘authentic’ rock musician has already come to an end.
The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Will Cooper Barling and Nikolai join host Henry Oliver to talk about LGBTQIA+ issues in music.
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Madeleine Chapman sat down with one of the men responsible for the Moana soundtrack, Opetaia Foa'i, to talk Disney, collaboration, and knowing when to draw the line.
While walking through the Volume: Making Music in Aotearoa exhibition at the Auckland Museum, Henry Oliver thought to himself: which decade had the best music? Rather than telling you his answer, he’s asking for yours. Final Round: which decade is definitively The Best?
Best Songs Ever: New singles reviewed, featuring M.I.A, Stormzy, Katy Perry, Fruit Juice Parade & more
‘Best Songs Ever’ features various contributors to The Spinoff Music assessing recent songs and singles.
A decade ago I was a diehard Panic! at the Disco fan. Could their Auckland concert make me emo again?
Panic! At The Disco returned to New Zealand earlier this month, 11 years after their debut concert at Auckland's St James. Reformed emo Alex Casey was there for both.