Madeleine Chapman strikes a pose and mixes up a storm on Spark's All Access Pass experience at the Volume exhibition in Auckland.
The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Host Henry Oliver talks to Abbey Road producer and engineer, Guy Massey.
You're probably back at work this week. And it probably sucks. But if want to bring some of the light-hearted silliness of the holidays into your fluorescent offices, Josh Drummond has a six-song playlist that'll be fun. For you.
Poor old Donald Trump, struggling to get any of those liberal whack job musician types to take part in his inauguration celebrations this week. But maybe The Donald has missed the ace sitting right there in his deck all along, says Pete Douglas.
Henry Oliver talks to Mick Jenkins, playing at this month's Laneway Festival, about his new album and his capacity for love and optimism in the face of a Trump presidency.
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Last week, The Spinoff's music editor wrote a negative review of Ed Sheeran's new track, 'Shape of You'. Mitchell Houlbrooke read that review, disagreed vehemently, and sent us this response.
Put your clock back for the winter: How Shihad’s ‘Home Again’ became New Zealand’s most helpful song
Every year Shihad’s classic 1997 single ‘Home Again’ helps countless New Zealanders remember how Daylight Saving works. But as Calum Henderson discovers, its famous opening line was almost something completely different.
The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Host Henry Oliver and Mana editor Leonie Hayden talk to Laneway co-promoter Mark Kneebone.