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Equalise My Vocals: Day 1 #4

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 2 #2

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 2 #1

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 1 #3

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 1 #5

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 2 #3

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 2 #4

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 2 #5

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 1 #2

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: Day 1 #1

Presented by The Spinoff and organisied and moderated by Coco Solid and Trixie Darko, Equalise My Vocals was a panel event focusing on gender equality in the music industry. It was …

Equalise My Vocals: A Retrospective

After last month's Equalise My Vocals events on gender equality in music, Coco Solid reflects on the project and shared video of the panel discussions.

Pod on the Couch: Equalise My Vocals, a campaign to fix New Zealand music’s gender problem

Henry Oliver talks to Coco Solid and Trixie Darko about their gender equality in music project, Equalise My Vocals.

Equalise My Vocals: ‘People want a reward for ticking the boxes … That’s not going to cut it. That’s not equality.’

As part of Equalise My Vocals, a new Spinoff project focusing on equality in the music community, Coco Solid speaks with Jessie Moss about her research on gendered participation in the music industry.

Equalise My Vocals: An update on Coco Solid’s campaign to fix NZ music’s gender problem

An update from Coco Solid on Equalise My Vocals, a new project focusing on gender equality in the music community.

Announcing Equalise My Vocals: A conversation about gender inequality in NZ music

Coco Solid and The Spinoff wants to have an actual conversation about gender equality in New Zealand music. That's why we've teamed up to launch a new project focusing on sexism and sexual assault in the music community – and we're inviting you to get involved.

I hear a song from inside the maze: At the 2019 Silver Scroll Awards

Last night's 2019 Silver Scrolls culminated with Aldous Harding taking the big prize for her song 'The Barrel'. Stevie Kaye was there.

Cheat sheet: What is the New Zealand Music Industry Manifesto?

Welcome to the Cheat Sheet, a clickable, shareable, bite-sized FAQ on the news of the moment. Today we figure out what the New Zealand Music Industry Manifesto means for local music.

‘They didn’t disempower us after all’: Coco Solid drops a Waitangi Day mixtape

Jessie Moss talks to Coco Solid about her upcoming mixtape, what Waitangi Day means to her, and how she stays cool on these increasingly muggy days.

Celebrating 10 years of LATE at Auckland Museum

2017 was the 10th year of Auckland Museum’s popular panel discussion series, LATE. Dina Jezdic looks at LATE’s role in giving the museum a modern, provocative voice.

By the numbers: the story of women and the NZ Music Awards

Jessie Moss crunches the numbers on the VNZMAs and discovers some surprising – and unfortunately not so surprising – facts about gender representation in our biggest music awards.

What the Northern Bass lineup announcement says about electronic music’s diversity problem

Miriama Aoake reacts to the male-dominated lineup announcement for dance music festival Northern Bass.

‘Colonisation is still dominating our culture’: Sarsha-Leigh Douglas on Māori identity and wahine power

As part of Equalise My Vocals, a new Spinoff project focusing on equality in the music community, Coco Solid speaks with musician and multi-disciplinary punk Sarsha-Leigh Douglas.

‘Hell yes I’d be happier with more wahine around me’: What it’s like to be an audio engineer and a woman

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.

‘Some people treat you like toilet water’ – What it’s like to be a K’ Rd bartender

Coco Solid hears about the intersection of music and alcohol on Auckland's Karangahape Road

‘Everyone wants to shake they ass’: Fully Explicit, a club night for the queer community, people of colour and all genders

As part of Equalise My Vocals, a new Spinoff project focusing on equality in the music community, Coco Solid speaks with the DJs behind Auckland club night Fully Explicit.

‘In all honesty it’s a hostile environment’: A music promoter on kicking down the boys’ club doors

As part of Equalise My Vocals, a new Spinoff project focusing on equality in the music community, Coco Solid speaks with Marie Celeste Lawrence about her work as a promoter, event manager and musician.

Best Music 2016: The results of the inaugural Spinoff Music Survey!

We asked a whole bunch of people who are involved in music in different ways for their top three albums and songs of the year, both locally and internationally. Here are the results.

The only thing that’s a given for women in music is condescension and abuse

Last week, the Otago Daily Times published a conspiratorial and objectively terrible opinion piece claiming APRA’s 'gender-affirmative action regime' is a mediocrity-encouraging membership drive. Dunedin musician and pop music scholar Millie Lovelock responds.

‘Why stand and stare up at a stage?’ Bachelorette’s Annabel Alpers on reimagining the live music experience

Gareth Shute talks to Annabel Alpers about retiring her Bachelorette moniker and finding a new way to play live.