Wellington

Premiere

Speed Up Your Treadmill With Physical’s Debut Album

Stream the non-physical version of the Wellington duo's album of sophisticated pop.
Jess Fu
8.25.17
NZ Music Month

Come Party With Team Dynamite and Bailey Wiley at the Wellington Launch of NOISEY Season 2

To mark the arrival of NOISEY Season 2 and NZ Music Month, VICELAND and Noisey are throwing our first Wellington free party.
Noisey Staff
5.2.17
Interviews

Talking Stage Presence and Art Practice with George Turner

We took to Skype to meet the Wellington-based artist, and talked about the rich and anarchic post punk EP, 'Thank You For Your Time.'
Issy Beech
4.12.17
Interviews

Nadia Reid Is One of New Zealand’s Most Evocative and Profound Young Songwriters

Nadia Reid’s music connects with grace, poignancy and melancholy.
Martyn Pepperell
4.3.17
Premiers

Kayleb Duckett Sounds Like the Beach Boys and Connan Mockasin Crammed In a Small Wellington Apartment

Take a listen to the second single from the young New Zealander who does weird pop better than most.
Jennifer Park
2.2.17
Remembering Things

Vietnam Were Like the New Zealand Joy Division and Their 1985 Record Is Getting Reissued

The groundbreaking Wellington post-punks are celebrating the release of their debut EP – 30 years after the first vinyl edition was issued.
Tim Scott
1.18.17
Music Video Premieres

The All Seeing Hand Dissect the New Zealand Home Owner Dream

Strip-mall suburbia has never looked as terrifying than in the trio's new video.
Samm Sutton
11.9.16
Premiere

Wellington Psych Duo Earth Tongue Manage a Lot With Very Little

Listen to their debut EP ‘Portable Shrine’.
Max Oldfield
9.29.16
Folk

In 1990 Townes van Zandt Got Drunk In A Small New Zealand Town and Played a Free Gig at the Pub

We look back at the time the Texan country music legend found himself boozed up in a small town on the west coast of New Zealand.
Ben Stanley
7.21.16
Premieres

Stream So Laid Back Country China’s New Album of Dusty Canyon Rock

This is music about falling out of windows and it's beautiful.
Noisey Staff
7.19.16
Features

Do Kiwi Musicians Really Need to Leave New Zealand to Make It Big?

Is New Zealand really a graveyard of lost opportunities and forgotten dreams?
Nick Fulton
7.5.16
Premieres

Introducing South Auckland’s CUTSS and Her Garagey 'Doom-Woop’

The Coolies' SJ cuts out on her own for a six-song EP of lo-fi pop.
Noisey Staff
7.4.16
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