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The inimitable, magical, multiple-award-winning musician Bic Runga sways our way this month while taking much-cherished 11-time platinum album Beautiful Collision on a 20th anniversary celebration tour.
Summer music festivals are back – in a big way – and South Islanders are spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying their favourite acts in the great outdoors, with Rhythm & Alps featuring headline acts including Marlon Williams.
Aotearoa pop-star Jason Parker talks his highly anticipated new EP How To Be Lonely, writing Capital P Pop music, and what inspired his new tracks.
Ōtautahi-based artist Deep Water Creek talks his beautiful new single ‘Bucket Spider’, writing his upcoming album, and performing live in Christchurch.
Ōtautahi-based songstress ROONIE on her real and vulnerable new music, developing her original singer-songwriter style, and moving to the South Island.
Pop powerhouse PRINS talks her new electro-pop EP, living in Ōtautahi Christchurch and sharing empowering music.
Award-winning indie-folk artist Mel Parsons talks her hot new album 'SLOW BURN', being a part of the Lyttelton music scene, and her upcoming nationwide tour.
Award-winning New Zealand artist Reb Fountain talks taking the stage in her childhood hometown with her album 'IRIS'.
1 Drop Nation’s new track “Groove Show” will have you dancing along to the feel-good beat accompanied with a music video filmed in Christchurch's very own Isaac Theatre Royal.
Aotearoa’s musical history will be revived on stage at New Zealand Opera’s ‘Call of the Huia’ performance, rediscovering the musical treasures of the past.
Known for his beautiful and haunting sound, here Lyttelton musician Ben Woods discusses his latest album, Dispeller.
Introducing Go Live for 2022. After a successful debut, the indoor festival is set to welcome local artists to the stage in Christchurch once again later this month. Blow the dust off your dancing shoes and lace them up tight. You’re in for an unforgettable two nights.
Playing since 2001, this year RDU’s Saturday morning show Hauswerk turns 21. A good excuse for a party, RDU, Flux and City Nights is putting on an event to celebrate. Style talked to co-host John Ussher about what the milestone means to him.
Dunedin-raised musician Anthonie Tonnon talks the art of songwriting, his passion for public transport and the perks of having a professional stylist as a partner.
Rising music star BLAKE has released a new empowering anthem that is beautifully vulnerable and equally powerful titled You Don’t Decide. Style talked to BLAKE about the song, her favourite spots in Queenstown, living in the UK and plans for a potential tour later this year.
New Zealand music legends The Black Seeds have released their seventh studio album LOVE & FIRE, full of tracks that showcase their lyrical talent, layered with funk and soul that make it perfect for performing on stage on their upcoming tour.
Alternative rock band Asta Rangu has released their debut album 'ENTRTNMNT' with eight songs showcasing their lyrical talent and themes of progress and connection.
Christchurch songstress LOVETA is lighting up dancefloors with her new single ‘More Than Fun’ which brings an energy reminiscent of the 70’s with a soulful, nu-disco-inspired melody.
Best known for her deliciously catchy, clever alt-pop tunes produced under the moniker Theia, Christchurch raised singer-songwriter Em Walker is one to watch (and listen to).
Christchurch alternative pop artist Michèle Ducray on the inspiration behind her new single ‘Manifesto’ and playing a ‘psycho barbie’ in the horror-inspired music video.
Jaz Paterson is a seasoned performer, having written songs and gigged for half her life. We ask her about that, as well as her Ache EP and upcoming tour.
South Island-raised singer-songwriter Jenny Mitchell has released a music video with a powerful message to coincide with International Women's Day.
Sarena Close, aka Mousey, is one of a growing number of musicians coming up in the Christchurch creative scene.
Ready and waiting to tour her latest album, former Lyttelton local Reb Fountain is amped to perform her authentic, genre-bending songs live again.
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