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* Four
Formerly called C4.
* 4.20
* A Low Hum
* Amplifier
* APRA Top 100 New Zealand Songs Of All Time
In 2001 to celebrate 75 years of its existence, APRA (the Australasian Performing Right Association), invited its members and an academy to vote on what they believe are to be New Zealand's top songs of all time. They were asked to select songs from a list of 900 entries.
* Archive of Māori and Pacific Music
About the Maori and Pacific music archive collection at the University of Auckland.
* Audio Foundation
A networking and resource database hub for the representation, facilitation, support and promotion of innovative and experimental artistic development in NZ Audio Culture
* AudioCulture
"The noisy library of New Zealand music".
* Australia and New Zealand Legal Music Downloads
A list of legal online music services from around the world that offer music as a download, stream or ringtone.
* Bass Frontiers
* The big city
* The Blerta Years
BLERTA was formed in 1971 and included some of the country's most talented musicians, actors, film makers, lighting technicians and their families. This documentary charts their history as they led a revolutionary charge in culturally challenged New Zealand.
* Blues and views New Zealand
* Celtic music NZ
Aims to provide New Zealanders interested in Celtic music (particularly Irish and Scottish) a starting point, a place to find an instrument, a teacher or an event to go to. It also aims to develop networks within the Celtic music community in New Zealand.
* Cheeseontoast
* Discography of New Zealand popular music, 1960-1990: rock, jazz, folk, blues, bluegrass
This discography covers 1230 audio recordings by New Zealand rock, jazz, folk, blues and bluegrass musicians published between 1958 and 1987. It includes LPs, EPs and cassettes, but not singles or CDs.
* Enzology
Enzology is National Radio's documentary covering the history of New Zealand's most iconic band - Split Enz. Five years in the making, this ten-part series covers the history of the band from their beginnings in Auckland as an acoustic ensemble in 1972, to their final concerts as an internationally acclaimed pop band in 1984.
* Flying Nun Records
Presented by former 'Radio With Pictures' host Karyn Hay; drawn from over 100 hours of new and archival interviews, by researcher/ producer Liisa McMillan, Flying Nun Records was first made for and broadcast by National Radio in December 2002.
* Frontier Touring
* He Ara Pūoro (A Pathway of Song)
A collaboration between Richard Nunns and Radio New Zealand, whereby Richard plays and begins to describe the many traditional Māori instruments in his collection.
* J.A.G.G. just a gig guide? Christchurch
* Jazz Gig Guide Auckland
* Loops & Samples
the history of dance music in NZ
* Māori
"From haka to hip-hop - mai te haka ki te kori"
* Music @ Yahoo!Xtra
* Musical Theatre Federation of NZ
Umbrella group for groups associated with Musical Theatre, formerly known as the Operatic Federation of New Zealand
* Mysterex
New Zealand music and culture blog
* New Zealand Accordion Association Inc.
* New Zealand Music Month
* New Zealand Music Services Directory
Has print and online versions
* New Zealand Musical History
From Failsafe Records primarily focused on but not limited to, Christchurch bands.
* New Zealand Uilleann Pipers Association
* Nightfall
New Zealand website dedicated to bringing you the best in all metal
* NZ Pipe Bands Central North Island Centre
* NZ Rave
New Zealand's Original Dance Music Website.
* NZMusic Gig Guide
* Parachute Music
Promotes Christian Music in NZ and runs a large music event to develop Christian artists and showcase them to a wide audience.
* Pipers' Association
* Punk As
New Zealand Punk, Ska and Hardcore Music
* Re:action
Auckland Entertainment and Nightlife Guide
* Under the radar
New Zealands music news and gig guide website
* Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards
The Tuis.