Billie Eilish and Finneas Play NPR’s Tiny Desk (From Home, They Swear)

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sZ2_aGsLKU What sort of witchcraft is Billie Eilish up to? Despite the familiar shelves and bookcases, the 18-year-old singer and her brother, Finneas, didn’t dust off the NPR offices for...

BENEE takes home 4 awards at the 2019 VNZMA’s

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BENEE had a fantastic debut at the Vodafone NZ Music Awards last night taking home 4 Tui's including Best Solo Artist and Breakthrough Artist of the year. Album...

The Weeknd, Blinding Lights video

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The Weeknd chases some extreme highs and ends up with a bloody face in the new video for his single, “Blinding Lights.” Directed by Anton Tammi, the clip stars the...

“Go to Ihumātao” Tom Scott had a message for Jacinda Ardern

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Sourced from NZHerald.co.nz   At the NZ Music Awards, Avantdale Bowling Club star Tom Scott took his opportunity on stage to deliver a message to the PM Jacinda Ardern, who...

‘HELLA MEGA’ TOUR OFFICIALLY CANCELLED

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Organisers have pulled the pin on the Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer Hella Mega Tour of Australia and New Zealand scheduled for November this year. In...

Kanye West serves up $55 “brunch” at Sunday Service

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Kanye West is being ridiculed for the average food he served up at his recent Sunday Service, a Sunday Service people had to pay $55 to get...

Herbs documentary: Raetihi screening cancelled

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Sourced from the Whanganui Chronicle Raetihi's three-day film screening of Herbs: Songs of Freedom has been cancelled. A statement supplied to the Whanganui Chronicle says the cancellation is "due to...

Elton John: Concerts postponed to 2021

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Sourced from NZHerald.co.nz Tour promoter Michael Chugg revealed today that organisers had considered rescheduling the two remaining Mt Smart concerts for mid-2020, but scratched the idea because of the...

My Chemical Romance reunion!

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My Chemical Romance are back, and they're bringing their reunion tour to New Zealand. The emo heroes will perform a single show at The Outer Fields at Auckland's...

U.S.A getting first ‘drive-in concert’ tour

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Sourced from Consequence of Sound The prospect of live music in a confined venue setting seems implausible for the foreseeable future. Instead, musicians in countries like Denmark and Germany have gotten creative...