KING MISSILE IV TO HEADLINE WOODCOCK 2015

Everyone's favourite sarcastic 'Beat off' poet John S Hall is back under the moniker he has been churning his sometimes disturbing tunes to for the better part of the past 4 decades. Looking more and more like Mobys sinister brother with each passing day, he and Powertool Records are bringing a new line up of King Missile to play some shows around NZ, including one very special appearance as the headliners of the Tauranga Music Sux 'Woodcock' festival. 

 

Remembered mostly by Gen X 90's kids for that song about that penis that detaches and goes for a walk New York City but probably should be better remembered for his 'Cheesecake Truck', why 'Jesus Was Way Cool', being a 'Sensitive Artist' and for the horribly inexplicably brutal things he would do out of maddening love for 'Martin Scorcese'.

 

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How Tiki Tane Stole Christmas By Dr. Sux

 

Every Moron Down in Taurangaville Liked Christmas a lot...

But the Tiki Tane Grinch,Who lived just south of Taurangaville, Did NOT!

Tiki Tane hated Christmas! The whole Christmas season!

Now, please don't ask why. No one quite knows the reason.

It could be his head wasn't screwed on just right.

It could be, perhaps, that his guitar playing wasn't that tight.

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Vodafone NZ Music Awards: Quick Results

Best Spoken Interviewee: Stan Walker

 

                                               

 

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Elderly Getting Naked to Save Radio Station

                                                        

 

Tauranga radio station, the Village Voice which has been broadcasting for over 30 years is at risk of closure due to increased rents and the absence of their own transmitter after theirs incurred damaged.

 

Transmission ceased for the Radio Station based at the Historic Village on 17th Ave a week ago but resumed yesterday with the loan of a Solid State Transmitter from Henderson, Auckland. A new transmitter could cost upwards of $20,000, an expense they do not have the budget for.

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10 Hours of Walking in Tauranga City as a Woman

 

Hollaback, an organization that wants to stamp out street harassment and intimidation (a.k.a. catcalls), produced a video in which it videotaped a young woman walking around the Tauranga CBD for 10 hours this past October. A hidden video camera was placed in the backpack of a man walking in front of her, catching every moment of her voyage. 

 

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