Tickets for the latest reincarnation of Fly My Pretties are going on sale today and we have a great prize for one lucky fan. The 20-date Homeland Tour, proudly presented by Stuff, kicks off on September 5 in Kaitaia and makes its way through the heartland to finish in Invercargill on October 2.
Bruno Mars has added a second Auckland date his Moonshine Jungle tour. The singer returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel.
Bruno Mars returns to New Zealand next year and this time around he brings along special guest and Grammy wining artist Miguel. Mars and his full band are set to repeat the singers’ 2011 success when he first sold out Auckland’s Vector Arena.
HOLY FIRE Foals (Warner) Like Talking Heads busting out a collection of Duran Duran covers and injecting that alt-cool shimmy to the Le Bon grand-pop swagger, My Number (the standout hit from these Oxford-born English indie kids’ third full-lengther) is a joyous invocation to the goddess of breakups. But these Foals, who could have been forgiven for cantering along their glitchy, artsy track off the back of such critical acclaim, are in full gallop throughout the album with a huge, loud and artful collection which begs to be listened to over and over
The flags have risen, the stages are going up, and Taranaki’s beautiful Bowl of Brooklands is ready to play host.
“Wanted: Employment as mercenary on full-time or job contract basis.
At this year’s Grammys, the five nominees for Album of the Year have something peculiar in common: they were all were mixed or engineered by graduates of Full Sail University. In fact, this year’s Grammy-nominated projects were worked on by 74 alums of Full Sail U in total
It’s not often that the federal government shuts down the only means of income for hundreds of thousands of hard-working Americans.
Danny Boyle, the director of Trainspotting, 28 Days Later and Millions collaborates with Simon Beaufoy, the screenwriter of The Full Monty and Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day surely we’re in for some all-British shenanigans. But no, this is a social epic set in modern India, when Bombay became Mumbai and the new techno-wealth began to contrast ever more sharply with the crushing, enduring poverty of the masses
Deep in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan, by the light of a full moon, I am passed a glass of sugary tea and the discussion of another civil war in the heart of Africa begins. My two hosts in the town of Dilling are commanders in a government-sponsored Arab paramilitary force that a decade ago carried out Darfur-style atrocities against their African neighbors in the surrounding mountains.