After weeks of working sources deep inside New Zealand's political parties, Henry Oliver reveals the songs dominating the office stereos at campaign headquarters.
If Henry Oliver didn’t do it, one of the other millennial-pandering websites would have. The Spinoff presents a roundup of Jacinda Ardern’s DJ appearances, plus the set list from her much-name-dropped appearance at the 2013 Laneway Festival, with our track-by-track commentary.
Neil Finn talks to Henry Oliver about his forthcoming album Out of Silence, likely the first studio album ever to be recorded live in front of a livestreaming audience.
Ahead of his four New Zealand solo shows starting this week in Auckland, he discusses the decline of the mom and pop guitar store, childhood buddy Kurt Vile, and the colourful characters and misadventures of his youth.
Last week, after seeing her first four singles rack up a combined 9 million plays on Spotify, Christchurch's Theia released her first EP. She spoke to Henry Oliver on the eve of her first New Zealand tour.
Sitting in the waiting room: An interview & never-published photos from Fugazi’s 1997 New Zealand tour
To commemorate 20 years since Fugazi’s tour of New Zealand, Henry Oliver presents an excerpt from his 1997 interview with Ian MacKaye and some never before seen photos of the tour by Amber Easby.
Ten years ago, HBO screened the first episode of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement's Flight of the Conchords. And look, there, sitting outside that shop. Isn't that Spinoff music editor Henry Oliver?
Henry Oliver reviews LSD Fundraiser’s new album StreetNOISE, which lead to a sizeable section of Dunedin’s CBD being shut down a cassette of album was mistaken for a bomb by a concerned citizen.