Pop artist Matthew Young on his new EP and re-evaluating success after mental illness.
For The Spinoff Music, the big question of the day isn't what dress Meghan Markle is going to wear, but what song she'll be dancing to with Harry. Thanks to Spotify, here's our best guess.
This week, Fijian-New Zealand artist Luke Willis Thompson was short-listed for the Turner Prize, Britain's most prestigious contemporary art award. Don't know what that means? We're here to help.
Henry Oliver talks to E^ST, a young Australian pop artist whose two recent singles are turning hears around the world.
Henry Oliver talks to JessB about her first EP and how her professional netball career is helping her in the music industry.
In the days before its last hurrah, Henry Oliver talked to The Golden Dawn's Matthew Crawley and Nick Harrison about the life and death of the weirdest bar on Ponsonby Road.
Henry Oliver sits down with Freddie Highmore to talk about his TV journey from the cellars of Bates Motel to the corridors of The Good Doctor.
Henry Oliver talks to Astro Children's Millie Lovelock about the band's new single and Dunedin's indie music generational rift.
Welcome to the Cheat Sheet, a clickable, shareable, bite-sized FAQ on the news of the moment. Today, Henry Oliver answers your questions about Donald Glover's mysterious tour announcement.
Music editor and former member of Die! Die! Die! Henry Oliver talks to his ex-bandmates about making music together for nearly 20 years.
A couple of years ago Aldous Harding was just another New Zealand folk musician; now she's an international sensation. Henry Oliver sat down with her to try to discover what sparked her transformation
When future historians look back at life in New Zealand in the early part of this century, there's one pop cultural artifact that, in three-and-a-half minutes summed up the aspirations of a changing nation: Gold Medal Famous' masterpiece 'We Bought A House'.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Nadia Reid on the highs and lows of her year, the rigours of touring, and being accepted by the music industry.
Henry Oliver talks to Ross Sutherland, a British poet whose VHS performance piece Standby for Tape Back-Up, a multimedia meditation on memory, meaning and grief, is on in Auckland and Wellington this week.
Yesterday, Henry Oliver risked it all by predicting the winners of last night’s New Zealand Music Awards. Today he updates that post with the actual results and slightly jaded commentary.