Every week Chartlander travels back through time, landing in a different year on the official New Zealand singles chart in the hopes of (re)discovering forgotten Top 40 gold. Today we continue our tour of classic general elections in 1975.
Henry Oliver talks to Kate Robertson and Matthew McAuley about some recent pop music highlights.
PNC has stepped his game up once again with his new single ‘Iverson 01’ and not only is it one of the most exciting moments in New Zealand rap’s recent history, it’s also sparked the beginning of an all-out rap feud.
Possum Plows, singer of Auckland pop-punk band Openside, opens up about their journey to coming out as nonbinary and the impact it has had on their band and fans.
Jazz Kane attends an intimate invite-only Black Seeds show to celebrate the release of their new album Fabric and interviews band leader Barnaby Weir about how things have changed over the band's long career.
Ahead of their US tour, Hussein Moses sits down with Magic Factory's Rory Treadaway and Scot Brown from the group to find out how they got hooked on such a throwback sound.
The Clean have finally agreed to be inducted into the NZ Music Hall of Fame. Here’s why they changed their mind.
The Clean have been announced today as the latest inductees into the New Zealand Music Hall of Fame. After turning down the offer twice before, band member Robert Scott tells Hussein Moses what it was that made them finally change their mind.
Negotiating skinheads, inflatable crocodiles, vegan snacks and the ghosts of Marx and Engels, Tom, Justin and Luke of Auckland hardcore punk band Master Blaster recounts their recent tour of Europe – 18 shows across 7 countries in 27 days. And there’s a music video to prove it.