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David Byrne chats with us about his incredibly energetic American Utopia
From concert to Broadway show, American Utopia is now a Spike Lee movie
SIX60 doco is a mostly convincing underdog story about a music phenomenon
No matter how you feel about SIX60, Till The Lights Go Out should instill some warm national pride.
Nils Frahm returns to NZ with screenings of his intimate concert film
Tripping with Nils Frahm showcases the renowned composer in a stunning setting.
Win a SIX60: Till the Lights Go Out prize pack
New Zealand’s biggest band hits cinemas November 26th.
The top ten Aotearoa movie soundtracks
Tony Stamp’s counting the beat, er, the best NZ music moments on screen.
DocPlay’s superb music selections ease the pain of not going to gigs
A phenomenal selection of music documentaries are on offer.
Unique music doco Beastie Boys Story celebrates a lifelong friendship
Longtime hip hop head and Beasties fan Mark James Williams previews the film.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard turn it up to 11 at your place on Saturday
Bring the party to your living room this weekend.
Peter Jackson’s Beatles doco is coming to cinemas this year
Painstakingly restored footage of the Fab Four is coming our way.
You’ll feel every drop of sweat in the stunning Amazing Grace
Aretha Franklin’s performance will blow you away.
Herbs: Songs of Freedom director on his doco about local music legends
NZ Music Hall of Fame inductees Herbs are celebrated in new doco
Martin Phillipps on Chills doco: “There’s been a lot of tears shed, I’ll tell you”
“To know that they might be filming me dying was actually pretty heavy.”
Netflix’s Mötley Crüe movie The Dirt is trashy, dumb fun (a damn good thing)
“Like the band itself, The Dirt is pretty dumb fun (and that’s coming from someone who owns Mötley Crüe records).”
Chills doco interview: “Could Martin Phillipps beat the monster of his own making?”
“Lots of people have tried to do it because let’s be honest, Martin Phillipps has a dramatic tale.”
Jimmy Barnes documentary Working Class Boy is very likely to make grown men cry
Recounts disturbing events of Barnesy’s life that he feels open enough to share.