Aaradhna, @Peace, Collapsing Cities, Home Brew, Lawrence Arabia, Opossom and SJD are competing for the Taite Music Prize 2013.
Lawrence Arabia is promising a different sound from his last award-winning creation on his new album, The Sparrow.
After an extensive international tour, Kiwi singer Lawrence Arabia has returned home to play a series of concerts.
UK-based New Zealand musician Lawrence Arabia's album Chant Darling has been awarded the inaugural Taite Music Prize.
The Verlaines formed nearly 30 years ago as part of the great post-punk revolution that was the 'Dunedin Sound'. A lot has happened since then, but they say the revolution's not over yet.
Nightline's Tova O'Brien caught up with Silver Scroll-winning songwriter James Milne, aka Lawrence Arabia, to see what he's up to now.
The Lawrence Arabia team are a hard-working bunch, in training not only for a rigorous four-date New Zealand tour, but come next year, another attempt to tackle audiences overseas.
Their line up has changed a bit, and so has their sound, but for indie rock band The Veils, the touring has been constant.
An emerging Wellington songwriter has shot to mainstream prominence by unexpectedly scooping one of New Zealand's most prestigious music awards.
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