Shayne P Carter has announced three special seated shows across Wellington and Auckland in April. The North Island jaunt follows Carter's sell-out South Island performances earlier this month, where he played a wealth of material from across his... <a href='/news/9495/Shayne-P-Carter-Announces-Three-Solo-Shows.utr'>more</a> 
Self-deprecating promotors of the Bay Of Plenty music scene, Tauranga Music Sux is celebrating four years of existence next week. The local low-brow label has placed a lot of feathers in its cap over the last few years, strengthening a scene that is... <a href='/news/9497/Heres-Five-Tauranga-Music-Sux.utr'>more</a> 
Charles Bradley was in Auckland last night pouring his heart, soul and sweat into a spellbinding performance at The Powerstation. The 66-year-old Daptone Records signee was in the country for one special sideshow with his backing band The... <a href='/news/9500/Live-Photos-Charles-Bradley-And-His-Extraordinaires---The-Powerstation-Auckland.utr'>more</a> Princess Chelsea has announced the forthcoming release of her second album,  The Great Cybernetic Depression. The highly-anticipated record follows her 2011 debut offering Lil Golden Book  and will be coming out on 1st May via Flying Nun and Lil' Chief.... <a href='/news/9512/Princess-Chelsea-Announces-New-Album--Tour.utr'>more</a> 
Anthonie Tonnon could be considered a musical journalist of sorts. That is to say, rather than report on music, he reports through music. The majority of the nine pop and rock ballads that constitute the Auckland-based songwriters’ second album read... <a href='/news/9511/Album-Review-Anthonie-Tonnon---Successor.utr'>more</a>

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