The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Henry Oliver talks to Russell Brown about Grant Fell.
To punish you all for being naughty this year, The Spinoff made an unholy mash-up of four of its podcasts.
Join Leonie Hayden, Toby Manhire, Annabelle Lee, Ben Thomas, Duncan Greive, Alex Casey, Michele A’Court and Henry Oliver as they discuss the biggest events of 2017 (and Married At First Sight) in a grotesque rat-king of piping hot takes.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to J.I.D and Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot (who perform together as Earth Gang) and J.I.D about linking up with J Cole, the Atlanta music scene and what happens when you eat a lot of Chipotle and your sewage pipe breaks.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Soccerpractise's Geneva Alexander-Marsters and Thom Burton about their debut self-titled album, singing in te reo Māori in an indie context, and how Auckland city has impacted their music.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Street Chant's Billie Rogers and musician/engineer/DJ Jana Whitter about Girls Rock! Camp Aotearoa, a week-long holiday programme running 15-19 January for young women (including female, trans and gender non-conforming youth), where music is the medium to build confidence, empowerment and foster social change.
The Spinoff and Spark proudly present Pod On The Couch, a weekly podcast exploring music and the people that make it. This episode: Henry Oliver reports live from the Silver Scrolls with Chelsea Jade, Bic Runga and more.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver flew to Dunedin to attend the Silver Scrolls awards show. Armed with a microphone plugged into a dictaphone, Henry tracked down some of the finalists to hear their thoughts on the biggest night on the songwriting calendar.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to contributors Kate Robertson and Matthew McAuley about Taylor Swift's return, Charli XCX's triumph, indie's cool dad phase, Frank Ocean's unassailability, and Soundcloud rap's problematic heroes.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Spinoff staffer Leonie Hayden and contributor Kate Robertson about the 2017 Silver Scrolls finalist and maybe why there have been no rap songs in the final five since 2004.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Amine ramer, an expat NZer who has been working as a music supervisor in the States. She's here as a part of the Going Global Music Summit and talks to Henry abut the mysterious world of music syncing.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver local phenomenon Jock Nowell-Usticke aka Baynk about finding success on Spotify through their algorithm playlists, learning to collaborate with other local artists, and finding his own voice.