It’s no secret kiwi group Drax Project have been making serious waves overseas with the likes of Hailee Steinfield and Camila Cabello. We caught up with the jet setting musicians to talk highlights, touring and what the crowds at their fast-approaching NZ shows can expect.
HAZEL REID caught up with Henry Beasley, vocalist and guitarist for Brooklyn-based Kiwi band, Balu Brigada. Read on for more about the indie hip-pop band's recently released 'Almost Feels Good Mixtape'.
HANNAH POWELL got in touch with ZÖ, a Wellington musician about to release her first EP WAR - a collection of sincere pop songs. In her final year studying Commercial Music at Massey, ZÖ talks about her studies, sadness and making music to “make someone feel something”.
'Magical', 'vibrant', 'stellar', and 'eccentric' - a handful of words being whispered about the New Zealand Dance Company's latest national tour: Kiss The Sky. We heard through the grapevine that it's a show that'll leave you dreaming for more. Naturally, we needed to find someone who could give us insider knowledge and a peek into the life of a professional dancer: cue dancer Chris Clegg and an all-to-eager-to-fire-a-bunch-of-questions Nidha.
It’s not often you see a performer like Anne-Marie who shows such raw emotion and really connects with the crowd without the glitz and glam of backup singers, dancers, pyro and special effects - just pure talent on a modest stage with her three-piece band.
The Paper Kites played Auckland’s The Tuning Fork on the last night of an extensive tour throughout Europe, Australia and New Zealand in support of their most recent album On The Corner Where You Live.
According to our Maverick, ANUJA MITRA, 'Working On My Night Moves' is a show that opens up a world of possibilities rather than offers answers - so go with curiosity, an open mind, and a willingness to lift off into outer space.
The Us Project has produced a book, website, and an exhibition which features 50 portraits and stories from survivors of sexual assault. It has been described as a "collection action of unity that makes a significant contribution of voices and faces to a larger conversation about sexual abuse in our families and communities." The photographer for the project, Megan Bowers-Vetter, also features in the project and our editor, NIDHA KHAN, asked her a few questions for TEARAWAY.