One of the most absurd stories in music history.
Second EP from the nu-pop starlet, feat. Matthew Young, Leroy Clampitt, Avalanche City.
The Kickstarter-backed first single from her upcoming album.
How a pep talk got her through a panic attack.
An incredible talk about putting ambition in its rightful place, as you set goals for 2018.
Stressing out? We got you.
The young Cantabrian looks back on 2017.
The producer known as HIGH HØØPS (who’s also in Leisure) talks the highs and lows of his music career.
Their Sisters United movement is empowering teen girls, and changing lives.
How a last-minute request got Avalanche City to headline a teen’s show.
A NZ Herald piece suggests the ‘glory days’ are over, but does that even matter?
Directed by Claire Littler, Featuring Leisure.
The NZ Music Foundation's Wellbeing service is getting 'em young.
The queen of eccentricity knows her stuff.
How do you write a worship anthem when you’re dealing with a crisis of faith?
South Island troubadour makes an album with the help of the Celts.
And the pain that inspired her latest EP.
Adding to the growing list of women speaking out on sexism in the entertainment industry.
20 years on, the story behind one of NZ’s biggest songs.
The iconic Kiwi on what inspires him.
Bring your backpack, Lorde.
The singer opens up about mental illness and her career.
And the contradictions around his deeply religious upbringing.
Learning to perform without alcohol.
With plenty more to come.
Cambridge University seems to think so.
Sisters are doing it.
Switchfoot frontman takes to Huffpo to address Charlottesville.
"Could being labelled a 'heretic' be a signpost that shows you are headed in the right direction?"
Where are all our female songwriters?