REVIEW: After three decades, neither their anarchist spirit, nor their eyeliner, has faded.
REVIEW: Sam Edwards says Cellophonics as good as any professional group.
Review: Yes, they expect you to give back the light up wrist band, but don't let that put you off Laura Daniel and Joseph Moore's hilarious show.
Fyre Festival organisers should have taken a leaf out of New Orleans' book when they were making plans.
A dazzling show - but how many actually saw it?
REVIEW: New Zealand media's foremost feminist ballbuster is funny as.
OPINION: Fyre is not the first festival to put the fear of God into fans. I survived Soundwave 2010. No really, I did.
OPINION: Fyre Festival promised luxury, beautiful people and awesome sounds. It turned out to be more like The Hunger Games.
For those of us free falling through middle age, it was inspiring to see that at 71, Debbie Harry is still rocking new music.
Rock band forced off Coachella stage twice during highly anticipated appearance by technical issues.
REVIEW: They didn't need to say they were ashamed of their president at Mission Estate, it was implicit.
Sam Edwards reviews a concert of music from three centuries ago.
Nadia Reid transfixed a Christchurch bar with ease while performing her new album.
REVIEW: After Bieber and Adele, it just seemed all too relaxed. It was classic New Zealand.
REVIEW: Roll up, roll up for the greatest show on earth: two blokes, a drum kit and oodles of cinematic bombast.
It wasn't so much a concert, but an experience - one etched in the mind forever.
REVIEW: Whether it was close harmony singing or a surprisingly effective rendition of Tears for Fears' Everybody Wants to Rule the World, Don Henley had the crowd enthralled.
The singer pulled out all the stops in her last Aussie show show with bells, whistles and a whole lotta love.
The Specials, Marlon Williams and Tago have all kept the crowds at Womad entertained.
REVIEW: Bieber can't wait for this tour down under to end. His brain ticks over - two songs down, 19 to go.
Reviewer's spirit still singing after a performance by the Hamilton Civic Choir.
REVIEW: The Pixies gave them what they wanted and they gave it to them with flair and power.
REVIEW: Monday's NZSO birthday concert might have looked back to its past, but it showed the orchestra at its current best.
REVIEW: Bruce Springsteen gives Christchurch a musical memory to be cherished by those who were there.
REVIEW: The B52s are still in fine voice, while Simple Minds' anthems had the crowd singing along.
REVIEW: A Vector Arena double-header proves the seminal 80s bands have still got the form in 2017.
REVIEW: Young and old packed into Auckland's Vector Arena to hear to the magical voice of James Taylor.
REVIEW: Ageing rockstars maybe, but Guns N' Roses gave more than 50,000 Aucklanders a night to remember.
Axl Rose would mumble something, the crowd cheer. Confused me would look at the dude dancing like a boss by himself.
As torrential rain and strong winds whipped Wellington, the band's crew struggled to get the stage erected.