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.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to fellow Spinoff writers Alex Casey and Madeleine Chapman about realising problematic themes in hindsight as they rank every single song from the Flight of the Conchords HBO series.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to contributor Kate Robertson and staff writer Calum Henderson about Lorde's Melodrama, Selena's 'Bad Liar', all the ex-One Directioners with solo projects, the weirdness that is Katy Perry these days, the pop perfection of Carly Rae Jepsen, the start of the infinite Prince reissues, and more...
In this episode Henry Oliver presents a sneak peek at our latest podcast series. It's a track by track examination of Lorde's new album Melodrama featurign the artist herself in conversation with Henry. We'll release all 11 episdoes on the 19th of June.
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Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Peter Dickens and Matt Paul about mental health issues in New Zealand music and a mental health benefit show on in Auckland tonight.
Mind Games a two-venue show to raise funds for The Mental Health Foundation and increase awareness about mental health in New Zealand is on tonight, 9 June across both venues at Whammy Bar on Karangahape Rd, Auckland.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to Johnny Barker a musician, actor (the Ferndale Strangler!), screenwriter and director, who under the moniker Barker, has a new album hot off the digital presses called Sleepwalking.
Spinoff Music editor Henry Oliver talks to freelance journalist Hussein Moses about what's wrong with New Zealand Music Month and what it might take to fix it.