Lontalius premieres with Coup De Main
After releasing his debut LP I'll Forget 17 earlier this year, Lontalius (Eddie Johnston) is back today to share a final music video from the album.
Eva Prowse releases new single 'The Wannabe'
On the eve of the release of her sophomore album Humid Nights on August 26th, Wellington musician Eva Prowse reveals her lead single 'The Wannabe'.
Announcing Speakers Appearing At The Going Global Music Summit 2016
Looking to take your music offshore? Independent Music NZ, the NZ Music Commission and ATEED are very pleased to announce who will be joining us this year for the GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT 2016.
Shapeshifter Live - November 2016
SHAPESHIFTER have just released “STARS”, the first drop from their highly anticipated new album which will see the band release further new music and media throughout 2016.
Panic! At The Disco Announce NZ Show
Award winning, internationally acclaimed colossal rockers PANIC! AT THE DISCO are set to return to Auckland on 2 February 2017.
'A Vinyl Affair' - Wellington's record fair returns on 27th August 2016
With FREE ENTRY, DJs Psyrok, Skaman Selecta & Mr T spinning great records all day, spot prizes, as well as 1000s of new and used vinyl and merchandise to choose from, it's going to be another big day for vinyl enthusiasts!
The Jordan Luck Band
As front man and pop-writing genius with the (legendary) Exponents, he clocked up a staggering 18 Top 40 singles over the years, with Victoria voted by the public as the 8th greatest New Zealand song of all time. Today you can still hear 10,000 rugby fans sing in unison to Why Does Love Do This To Me? at a Super 12 match.
The Jordan Luck Band is the band that Jordan has assembled to carry on the torch of his pop-writing gift. Hand-picked from a wish-list of players he wanted to work with, Jordan found that he didn't need to look further than the first four on his list.
Bryan Bell came from the hard-touring and well-loved Dead Flowers, a guitarist, pianist and songwriter with a pop streak a mile wide. Bryan first caught Jordan's ear with hits like I Wanna Know when they shared a bill together in Exponents days. Bryan's no-nonsense rhythm guitar and vocal ability made him an obvious choice for The Jordan Luck Band when the Flowers called it a day, two albums into a promising career. Bryan is well down the track to completing his debut solo album, with early indications that we're in for something pretty special from this talented songwriter.
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