In this issue, we pay homage to the New Zealand Music Commission, celebrating 20 years of New Zealand Music Month with a look back at four years of the Nook and Cranny Music Festival and the unforgettable musical memories forged in Dunedin Public Libraries over the years. We chat to Martin Phillipps of The Chills about life post-documentary and learn from local bands Both Sides of the Line and Before the Snooze about making music at Level 4. You'll find links to all manner of music in this issue, from medieval to mod. Plus, of course we have e-books and all sorts of online goodies for you to enjoy, including weeknight Facebook vid-gigs and a shiny new live-streamed Nook and Cranny 2020 for your bubble. The library buildings are not open yet, but we can still keep you entertained online and satisfy your craving for e-reading material. Dance like nobody's watching, Dunedin!