A new website on New Zealand music was launched today as the culmination of New Zealand Music Month. AudioCulture is the “noisy library of New Zealand music” and has articles about all aspects of the New Zealand music scene from the 1920s to today. It’s mostly pop and rock related (with a couple of jazz and jazz related stories on there by Chris Bourke and Andrew Dubber) at the moment, but there will be jazz stories coming in the next couple of months as I contribute stories to the site. Being a “noisy library” most of the stories have links to recordings and videos, and all of them have loads of photos. So go on, check it out.