As part of Equalise My Vocals, a new Spinoff project focusing on equality in the music community, Coco Solid speaks with musician and audio engineer Jana Whitta.
In her first New Zealand interview since the release of 'Green Light', Lorde talks about her return to the stage at Coachella last weekend, Melodrama's surprisingly traditional roll-out, and what the deal is with the party tank.
To celebrate the opening of the Spark Boroughs Victoria Park basketball court, The Spinoff gathered together a motley crew of musicians and media types to play a 'friendly' game of 5-0n-5. Watch the highlights here.
The international music community is beginning to take notice of Amelia Murray, who has been releasing music as Fazerdaze since 2014. After seeing her play in April last year, David Farrier followed Amelia Murray over the following year as she completed her album, Morningside, and prepared her band to take on the world.
Tomorrow is Record Store Day and up and down the country you can go to your local record store to buy records and see bands play. Here’s what’s happening when and where.
Henry Oliver talks to Emily Edrosa, the creative force behind Street Chant, whose second album Hauora won the Taite Music Prize on Tuesday night.
Mitch James spent two years busking and playing open mic night around Europe, sleeping in hostels and on park benches, before getting signed to Sony. Henry Oliver asks him how he did it, and what songs make buskers the most money.
A titan of cinematic scores, Hans Zimmer will perform one show only, Hans Zimmer Revealed, in Auckland later this month. He spoke to Madeleine Chapman about some of his most recognisable scores and how he avoids repeating himself.