Still With Plenty to Say – Letter To You, from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

The message you get from Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s Letter To You is that these guys want you to know they’re still very good at what they do, they still like doing it, and, you can’t help…

Crave! talks to Emma Newborn and Mel Parsons about The Woolshed Tour.

The Woolshed Tour gets underway in October, with Mel Parsons, and Emma Newborn and Amelia Dunbar of The Bitches’ Box, playing actual woolsheds across New Zealand’s South Island. Steve caught up with Emma and Mel to talk about woolsheds, sheep,…

Win two free passes for Double from Darkfield Radio

DOUBLE is an immersive audio experience that takes place in your own home – all you need is a mobile device, headphones – and a friend. It’s online from September 1st to September 29th, and tickets are $10 from http://www.darkfield.nz/ Or…

Bill And Ted Face The Music: an appropriately long-overdue conclusion to the trilogy

Bill And Ted Face The Music opens in New Zealand later this week. But Crave!, ever at the cutting edge of film reviews, has secured an exclusive guest review from our USA corrrespondent, Kate Whitcomb. Three decades after the story…

Double, by Darkfield Radio – Fantastic sound. The story? Not so much.

This week New Zealanders get the opportunity to try a new web based entertainment experiences called Darkfield Radio.This audio only entertainment is the first to gain entry for the Venice International Film Festival. Its creators, David Rosenberg and Glen Neath,…

Crave! talks to Bob Walkenhorst about music, lockdown and Ringo Starr.

As lockdown continues around the world, Crave! continues to talk to musicians who are making the most of their time. This time, Steve’s caught up with Bob Walkenhorst, the singer, songwriter and frontman with The Rainmakers, to talk about musicians…

Crave! episode 97: Radioactive, Eurovision, True Detective, Taylor Swift’s new album

As Simon and Steve inch ever closer to their hundredth episode, the emphasis remains on films. Radioactive is the story of Marie Curie, and a film that both our reviewers found quite engaging. Less so Eurovision Song Contest: The Story…