We are about connecting great and diverse local songs with their intended audiences.
The Pacific Music awards celebrate the diversity of Pacific music and honour Pasifika artists and achievements.
A four-piece rock/metal band from Hamilton is storming the music scene
A collaboration between three Kiwis in Christchurch, New York and Paris. Yumi Zouma is getting noticed.
Che-Fu was acknowleged at the 10th anniversary of the Pacific Music Awards for his significant contribution to Pasifika music in New Zealand.
She’s a little bit of country, soul and rockabilly all rolled into an award-winning mix of Dynamite!
The Taite Music Prize recognises outstanding creativity for an entire collection of music contained on one album. NZ On Air is an Official Partner of the Awards because we celebrate and support great local music.
Record labels Dawn Raid and Arch Hill both celebrate 15 years in the game in 2014 with anniversary shows. NZ On Air has been proud to support artists signed to these labels over the past 15 years.
NZ On Air is 25 this year and we are also marking another milestone. Twenty-one years ago NZ On Air produced the first Kiwi Hit Disc.
Shihad have been making high-energy hard rock for 26 years. August 2014 marks the release of their 9th studio album.
To help broadcasters make a connection with music or understand a song or an artist, we put on industry showcases. These showcases are an important part of the promotions work we do at NZ On Air Music, giving radio and music television broadcasters the opportunity to see acts play liveand get excited by the music.
Wellington based Lake South is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer whose talents have caught the eye (ears) of this years NZ On Air Critics' Choice judges.
The Waiata Māori Music Awards seek to ‘develop, encourage and honour the achievements of outstanding traditional and contemporary musical compositions and performances.’
Estère Dalton is a lady of many talents. Relying on herself only for her musical accompniament and production, she has strong ideas and musical identity and has quickly made a name for herself in the New Zealand Music scene
'An individual who is influenced by strong feelings and visuals,' Randa is making quite an impact.
Bring It Home is an initiative from NZ On Air in conjunction with regional and city councils. The purpose of the scheme is to showcase and promote creativity and parts of New Zealand through music videos filmed in areas outside of Auckland. Currently Dunedin City Council is running with the initiative.
AllTracks.co.nz - Regularly updated selections of great music from New Zealand available as live embedded playlists on YouTube Spotify and Soundcloud. Curated by artists and industry experts who know and love their genre.
You may have heard Ciaran Mcmeeken's beautiful new single 'City' on the radio. It's a fusion of acoustic Pop and Folk sounds with clever lyrics and well-crafted, memorable melodies. He could be the next big thing to come out of NZ.
From Elizabeth Marvelly: classical crossover singer, to Lizzie Marvelly: pop singer/songwriter.
Benny Tipene missed out on winning X Factor. He came third. But that didn’t deter the 23 year old from Palmerston North.
Harry Parsons — singer/songwriter from Waikato and overall winner of the solo/duo category of the Smokefree Rockquest 2013 — is on the road to a professional music career, with the release of his first single and video.