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'This pandemic has squeezed the private right out of us': Urzila Carlson ponders oversharing
Carlson tackles the topic of oversharing on social media in her new show It's Personal.
Nomadic folk-duo say goodbye to NZ but not forever
Good Habits were halfway through their NZ Farewell Tour when lockdown hit.
Sulfate Q&A: Why 'Godzone' name's not fit for purpose
"The border closure let us reflect and think ... about how we behave and operate as NZers"
Pickle Darling: 'Most bedroom pop artists make lockdown albums by default'
From Pickle Darling's bedroom to the nation's venues - they're off on a cosmic journey.
Datsuns are back: 'We're gonna need a bigger tent!'
The Datsuns are back! We catch up with drummer Ben Cole to find out where they've been.
Louis Baker - 'I want to make people feel less alone'
Aotearoa neo-soul star Louis Baker on the personal story behind his new music.
'Imagine a magical night journey through ancient forest'
Hīkoi Marupō-Walking As One is a unique multimedia event created especially for Ngā Manu.
Paekākāriki duo In The Shallows return from summer tour
In The Shallows are playing on April 8 at San Fran with the full band.
French singer-songwriter Franck Monnet is performing at CubaDupa
"We're very lucky to be able to perform at a big festival like CubaDupa at the moment."
Wax Mustang: Great music impossible to make without simple things in life
Meet the "six-foot stallion" promising to wow the sold out Rhythm & Alps crowd.
'There's only one band that sounds like us': Black Seeds are back
How the Black Seeds coped with 2020 and came up with new music.
Food for the soul: Warren Maxwell on Trinity Roots' return
Warren Maxwell on the appeal of the Kiwi summer and what his ultimate gig would be like.
Adam Hattaway and the Haunters and the ghosts of 2020
The best performer of all time? Adam Hattaway reveals his pick.
Paekākāriki seaside house: The perfect place to record an album
Pop-folk band In the Shallows are releasing an album after only being together a year.
'Punk will always exist, no matter what's happening'
"Not everything in the world needs to be taken too seriously."