Hockey Dad's hottest tickets still available for Mt Show - Sold Out elsewhere

Laying early claim to 2018 as their year, Australian rock duo favourites Hockey Dad kick off their six date tour of New Zealand tomorrow night in Christchurch. With two SOLD OUT venues already, this is not one to miss! Local supports have been added to all shows. Hockey Dad is L-R; Zachary Stephenson – Vocals, Guitar, William Fleming - Drums (Photo credit: Tom Healy) The past 18 months have seen the duo embark on sold out national and regional tours, perform at Falls Festival Lorne and on the main stage at Splendour In The Grass, plus tour extensively across the US, Canada, New Zealand, Europe, the UK. Returning to Australia they hit the road as main support on a 25+ dat

Check Out the Trailer For Johnny Knoxville's Latest Film - Action Point

Johnny Knoxville is well-known for doing the CRAZIEST stunts, especially when you look back at his "Jackass" days. He is starring in a new film called "Action Point" which is set on a dodgy theme park which doesn't care much at all about safety standards. Although it sounds pretty epic, and we are already keen to watch it - Knoxville claims that he got hurt more during the film, than in any "Jackass" film ever. That's a pretty massive claim! Check out the trailer for yourself: source

Artists bring Music Seminar to the Bay of Plenty

The NZ Music Managers Forum in conjunction with Creative Bay of Plenty, Recorded Music NZ, and APRA AMCOS have joined forces for an essential seminar for Bay of Plenty based musicians, managers, self managed artists and anyone interested in the NZ Music Industry. The seminar will be held in Mount Maunganui on Tuesday March 27th. Bringing together some of the Music Industries top agencies and executives, the seminar subject is ‘Make Money from Your Music’ and will cover such topics as: how your music will make money via APRA AMCOS and Recorded Music NZ’s Direct to Artist Scheme; the different forms of Digital income and a focus on Spotify - their playlists and the essential data and analyti

Alien Weaponry Album Tu Debut Track and Video Released Globally - Watch Here

Earlier this year, New Zealand three-piece Alien Weaponry made history as the youngest band to ever land a deal with global metal label Napalm Records. Now, the burgeoning groove-metal outfit — comprising brothers Henry and Lewis de Jong, and bassist Ethan Trembath, who are 17, 15 and 15, respectively — are taking their incendiary anthems across the planet with Tū, (short for Tūmataenga - the Maori god of war), their debut album. Arriving June 1st via Napalm, the 11-track record combines original material with re-mastered versions of previously-shared tracks "Rū Ana Te Whenua," "Urutaa," "Raupatu" and "PC Bro." Alien Weaponry often sing in the traditional Maori language and draw on the band

LISTEN: Lj chats to Shelton Woolright from I Am Giant ahead of final tour

With one of New Zealand's favorite rock bands I Am Giant calling it quits and it causing mass heartbreak throughout the work place, we had to get Shelton Woolright on the phone. The band have been around since 2008 with big hit singles such as 'City Limits, Transmission and Dead Flower' but they say their upcoming new album, Life in Captivity, will be their last. Fans will have a final chance to see the band on their farewell tour in April, starting Thursday 5th April Tauranga – Totora Street. Followed by Saturday 7th April Wellington - Homegrown Friday 13th April Hamilton - Altitude Saturday 14th April Auckland - Galatos Thursday 19th April Nelson – Armadillos Friday 20th April Greymouth –

Dude hacks his car to play the song 'Africa' when he opens his door

If you were forced to hear something every time you opened your car door, you could do worse than Toto's "Africa" — a pleasant tune that would surely leave you in a good mood for your ride. Self-described Volvo enthusiast Chris Ng wanted to customize the door chimes on his old Volvo 240. Now, every time he opens his car door and his keys are still in the ignition, an 8-bit version of Toto's "Africa" plays instead of those annoying bells. On his Kickstarter page, Ng notes that it took him two days to put the pieces together. He hopes to create a prototype which can be easily installed on other vehicles, so you too can hear some sweet jams instead of an aggravating chime when you open your car

Kiwi Thrashers Alien Weaponry To Play Support for Prophets Of Rage

New Zealand Thrash Metal Band Alien Weaponry are having an epic week. No only is a Music Video and a single being released this Friday and their debut album about to release through Napalm records. They also will be joining Prophets of rage on Tuesday night at Auckland's Spark Arena, bringing their unique brand of thrash and their dominating stage presence. Tickets available here... Check out the teaser for the new vid here.... ... YEAH \m/\m/

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