Premiere: Die! Die! Die! Drop A Beautiful Clip For Fuzzy Punk Anthem (I Love How You) Listen To The Radio

Die! Die! Die! have just dropped the video to their recent single (I Love How You) Listen To The Radio. Taken from their 2015 EP What Did You Expect, it’s a dense ball of wonderful guitar noise. The beautifully-shot video is the product of a continued collaboration with New Zealand film-maker and artist...

Punk Heroes Die! Die! Die! Rank Their Records From Worst To Best

A wired and frenzied collection of wrought glares and sonic punches in the face is of course what you can expect from NZ punks Die! Die! Die!’s latest EP What Did You Expect. Having dropped in December last year on Bad Health Records, it marks the eighth release from the hardworking (and...

Premiere: NZ Punks Die! Die! Die! Unleash Their Frantic New EP

New Zealand punks Die! Die! Die! are just about to drop their frantic new EP titled What Did You Expect. Out via  Bad Health records the release will be followed by an early 2016 Australian tour to back it up. A follow on from their fifth full length studio album S...

Die! Die! Die! – Angel

Our favourite New Zealand punks Die! Die! Die! have just dropped their newest video for the killer single ‘Angel’ taken from the band’s newest album. Following on from the debut signing of Bo Ningen (Japan/UK), local party starters and champions of live rock ‘n roll  Black Night Crash have released the album on their...

This Week’s 7 Best Local Gigs For Under $15

Loving live music isn’t just about attending music festivals and seeing an international artist’s massive arena show. Even the biggest of big-name headliners started in the trenches, on the sticky carpets and bandrooms of your local bars and pubs – which is exactly where you should be if you want to...

Win A Double Pass To See Die! Die! Die!

Dunedin’s punk sons of the modern age, Die!Die!Die! are ready to bust through the back door with their fifth album under their grubby arm pits, stoked as punch to have pulled together their next blistering installment in the Die!Die!Die! legacy. Die! Die !Die!  ‘S W I M’  is set for release...

Track By Track: Die! Die! Die! – S W I M

The New Zealand trio Die! Die! Die! are no strangers to most Aussies, especially those of the punk rock persuasion. The Dunedin punks are seemingly always in town playing fast and frantic gigs to packed out, sweaty rooms. The band have just recently released their fifth studio album, S W I M,...

Win A Double Pass To See Die! Die! Die!

  Black Night Crash are excited to announce that Die! Die! Die! will be returning to Melbourne this March for an exclusive club show. The New Zealand based face-melters are set to unleash their unique blend of post-punk and thrashing rock’n’roll madness onto audiences at the Bookclub band room, upstairs...

New Tours: Pigeon, I, a Man, Die! Die! Die!, Drunk Mums & More

There’s always plenty of concerts and gigs for live music lovers to see all around Australia. Get all the latest info on dates, venues, and tickets for announced upcoming tours from Pigeon, Die! Die! Die!, a unique outdoor event from I, a Man, plus an awesome new music street party....

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What were your food influences when you were growing up and what kind of food did you eat at home or with your family? When i grew up Dunedin city wasn’t the Culinary mecca that is today. So i remember alot of very boring meals. Meat and 3 vege type shit....

Harmony

Die! Die! Die! are beginning to become one of New Zealand’s most lucrative exports (insert sheep joke here) as they continue to develop and refine their continually evolving sound on their fourth LP, Harmony. The noise-pop trio have continued to steer in the same direction as 2007’s Promises, Promises and 2010’s...

Mixtape #29

Rebecca and Fiona – Luminary Ones (G.L.O.V.E.S Remix) This remix jazzes up Rebecca and Fiona into an electro-pop sensation. The 80s beats and tings have turned “Luminary Ones” into a party tune, but still with a relaxed and casual vibe – probably more suited to as a warm up track...

Die Die Die – Olivious Oblivion

First single taken from Harmony, their fourth studio album recorded at Blackbox Studios, France. Produced by Chris Townend (Portishead, D12, Violent Femmes), and bringing back Shayne P. Carter on vocals. DIE! DIE! DIE! HARMONY IN AUSTRALIA // TOUR DATES 2012 Wed 22 Aug – The Great Northern, Newcastle (NSW) + The Go Roll...

Die! Die! Die! Announce Australian Tour 2012

Hailing from what is considered NZ’s iconic music city, Dunedin, founding members Andrew Wilson and Michael Prain cut their teeth in the live music scene by playing in noise bands around town. It wasn’t until 2003 that they formed Die! Die! Die!, but they already had the hard working DIY ethos that...