Auckland

Premieres

Cut Off Your Hands Return with a Song About Shitty, Super Wealthy Neighbors

The Auckland band release their first song in five years.
Max Oldfield
11.15.16
Premieres

Be Manipulated By Madeira’s Dreamy Electronic Pop

The former front-woman of Yumi Zouma, presents pop music that is both dark and dance friendly.
Harry Maslen
9.8.16
Premieres

Rory Storm’s Musical Alter Ego Is An Electroclash Loving, Arts Student From Working Class West Auckland

Listen to Rory Storm’s ‘Disco Train’, an avant electro pop departure from his darker musical past.
Noisey Staff
5.2.16
rock

The Rise of Marlon Williams, As Told By a Guy Who Used to Loan Him a Couch

This is what it’s like to watch your mate become a lauded country singer.
James Borrowdale
3.17.16
festivals 2016

TSR Airlines: DJ Dan Mancini on Scorpions in Bed and Puking Lobster Butter

Ahead of their performance at Auckland City Limits and the NOISEY official after party, the LA-based Kiwi duo have made us a wild mix that includes Elton John, Grace Jones covering Joy Division and Nigerian disco.
Frances Morton
3.4.16
Premieres

This New Zealand Taxi Is the Only Place You Can Hear Cleve’s New Album

Aucklanders call Mandeep on 027 216 9287. You won’t regret it.
Frances Morton
2.23.16
Interviews

New Zealand Punks No Tag Have Reissued Their Classic 1982 Album ‘Oi, Oi, Oi’

Auckland isn't known for it's oi scene but this classic early 80s EP is full of burly and rugged punk rock.
Tim Scott
12.14.15
Premieres

The Steeze of Jane Deezy: The Rising New Zealand MC Doesn't Want Your Pity

The African born, Hamilton bred performer drops a new song dedicated to forlorn females far and wide.
Beatrice Hazlehurst
11.24.15
Features

Three Emerging New Zealand Artists, A Soundcloud Account and a Case of Beer

We locked Bespin, Boycrush and New Gum Sarn in a room and had them riff on each others music.
David Benge
10.15.15
Music Video Premieres

Watch Memory Pills' 'Beauty of the City'

The Auckland band have a sound influenced by the Fall and Siouxsie and the Banshees, and a rhythm section made of meat.
Noisey Staff
7.22.15
Interviews

I Was in a Shitty High School Rock Band with Russell Crowe

We were called The Interrogatives and we sucked, but we were pretty sure we were setting the world on fire.
Lucas Fothergill
7.22.15
Premieres

Stream Miss June's New EP 'Matriarchy'

The Auckland band are creating some decent sized waves in the New Zealand music scene.
Noisey Staff
5.5.15
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