Welcome to Flying Nun News. Here you will find interesting music news. Not just about the record label Flying Nun, but also other Aotearoa New Zealand artists, topics and people who we like and think are interesting. Please read on.
Read the Flying Nun newsletter from 1992. Was Fuzzy once called the fabulous "Fuzzy f-man"? Who was "snot-pop"? And how did the Tall Dwarfs go in Amerika? Find out here.
In July 2021 Flying Nun Records celebrated its 40th Anniversary at the Auckland Town Hall. The event featured 12 bands and three stages. Fuzzy went along to celebrate. This is part one of Fuzzies adventures at the party.
As part of the great Goin' Live With Chabs and Milky tour of Aotearoa recently completed, we got Milky, a.k.a. James Milne, to take pause and reflect on his connections to the musical cities of this country, sharing footage from the tour along the way. Stop Three: Ōtautahi/Christchurch
This past Saturday we had the second Flying Nun 40th Birthday show at Wellington's Michael Fowler Centre. It was a huge night, with 8 bands and two stages. For this Second photo instalment we have Voom, Reb Fountain, Subliminals and The Chills. All photos by Bruce Mackay.
“To me, this song represents a lot of growth in perspective, and I’d love to share that appreciation with others in hopes that it might help some not go down a dark path alone.” Mild Orange frontman Josh Mehrtens.
Today, sister duo Purple Pilgrims have released the third part of a trilogy of Super 8 films that were made with friend and fellow musician Gary War.
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