In Review: Nostalgia Festival 2020

As declared last year, Nostalgia Festival is the underdog of the music festival scene. After my second year attending Nostalgia, I continue to stand by that statement. Still with the primary focus of sustainability and being single-use plastic free, it is an eco-warrior of entertainment.

Conversations With My Immigrant Parents

"I hope people feel warm, feel heard and feel like they can relate even if they’re listening to a story coming from families with completely different backgrounds to themselves. The stories are all so different and they might not all be what we expect immigrant stories to be."

15 Minutes with Hockey Dad

I sat down with Hockey Dad, the well-loved surf rock sound from across the ditch. On the noon of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, we talked youth, touring, and the Australian music scene.

In Review: Cavetown

Cavetown's a soft-hearted indie artist who doesn't need review marketing as he speaks to his gen-z fans through social media — but he's left the Auckland crowd so starry-eyed, we just had to write a review anyway.

Marianne Leigh and her latest EP

It’s a warm December morning, and instead of being at the beach, I’m weaving my way through the busy street of Auckland’s Britomart – that’s because I’m on my way to chat to rising singer-songwriter Marianne Leigh and producer Nate Selway on the release of her debut E.P Timeline.

In Review: Parasite

According to JIMIN SEO there is a reason that this instant cult-classic won the Film D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, and a reason that just about any film aficionado is obsessing over it; Parasite is so impossibly relatable and so terrifyingly realistic.

5 Minutes Backstage with Taylor Grey

With American pop musician Taylor Grey touring New Zealand recently, we caught up after her set backstage to chat touring the world with Why Don’t We, playing live in NZ for the first time and juggling college papers in between performing on stage and travelling.