This page contains information on Hamilton music-related resources, including current internet sites that contain broad coverage of Hamilton music, Hamilton Zines and other Print items (both past and present), Radio Stations that have been supportive of Hamilton music, and Recording Studios.
- Creative Hamilton - launch site
- Hamilton City Hip Hop (Facebook) - launch site
- Hamilton City Live - launch site
- Hamilton City Video Archive - launch site
- Hamilton Live Music Trust - launch site
- Hamilton Music Channel (YouTube) - launch site
- htown.co.nz - launch site - little current activity
- Mammoth - inactive
- petrajane.com - no longer has Hamilton focus
- redinsect.com - inactive
- The HCity Project (Facebook) - launch site
- The Htown wiki
- The Troncast - launch site - inactive
- Yetiboil Website: Paul Tregilgas' website (features recordings of Hamilton bands) - inactive
- Hamiltron Yahoogroup - inactive
- .257 - inactive
- Abrasive - inactive
- Buzz - inactive
- Clinton - inactive
- Garbage - inactive
- Ha Ha Ha - inactive
- Mammoth - inactive
- Nexus - active
- Orbit - inactive
- Plop it Up - inactive
- Stupid Slut - inactive
- The Electric Flower - inactive
- Zone - inactive
- Contact 89FM - inactive
- Contact 88.1FM - active
- The Generator - inactive
- Backbeat - inactive
- Community Radio - inactive
- Rock 93 FM - active
- The Edge - active
- UFM - inactive
- Max FM - inactive
- Dudley Studios - past
- DownbeatStudio - past
- K-Town Studio - ?
- Orange Recording Studio - past
- The Porch Recording Studio - current
- Soul Studios - current
- Syndrome Sound - ?
- Tandy's Studios - past
- The Station Studio - ?
- Theta Productions - past
- The Fridge Studio - ?
- Wintec Studio - ?
- Vision College Studios - ?
- Zoo Studios - past
Musical Instrument Stores
- Tony Edwards Music Co Ltd - past
- Rockshop - current
- Shearer's - current
- Weirs Musicworks Ltd - current
Sound and Lighting
From LPs to CDs, over the years Hamilton music buyers have had a number of stores in which to indulge their habits.
Many releases have been associated with local labels, usually used by band members releasing material by thier own bands.