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Kimono Releasing New EP 'Hazy' On March 12th

Christchurch born-and-bred ‘froth-rockers’ Kimono are proud to announce the release of their debut EP 'Hazy’.

Sam Bartells Releases New Single 'Queen Of Hurt'

New Zealand alt-rock singer-songwriter Sam Bartells, today releases new single 'Queen Of Hurt', a gritty, full-throated modern rock song.

Tomorrow People continue #FirstFridays with 'My Guy'

'My Guy' is the third release in 2021 from Tomorrow People as part of their innovative #FirstFridays - the band’s mission to release a new song on the first Friday of every month, for the entire year.

Emily Rice delivers uplifting new single 'Arise' from her upcoming EP

Tamaki Makaurau multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Emily Rice has today released 'Arise' - the second single from her upcoming EP, 'Auaha'.

Abby Christo is ready to take on the world with fun-filled new single 'Bring Your Body'

New Zealand-born, Sydney-based singer and songwriter Abby Christo (formerly from the Kiwi duo Mae Valley) makes a welcome return in 2021 with her new single 'Bring Your Body'.

New Release from Teeks 'First Time'

Weeks out from delivering his debut album to the world, celebrated New Zealand Maori artist Teeks unpacks his stirring new track 'First Time'.

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Krispy & The Pooch Krispy & The Pooch
New Zealand born duo Krispy & The Pooch have at last emerged from the grey and icy winter to warm our bodies with their energetic and expansive EP, Something Strange for Change. A blend of soothing neo-soul grooves, bone-rattling gutter funk and ear-worming electro, their new release is simultaneously a reflection of the boys' varied musical influences and a distinctly modern sound inspired by the hypnotic dance music of their new home in Berlin.

Kriston Batistic (aka Krispy) and Simon Townsend (aka The Pooch) met in the squalor of a decaying student house in a wealthy suburb in Auckland five years ago. To fend off the rats, the boys were forced to come together to produce wall-shaking old-school hip-hop. Having garnered radio play across New Zealand, the project came to an end when Krispy moved abroad to further himself as a musician in the renowned scene of Berlin. Like a real good boy, The Pooch was soon to follow.

In the short time that they've been reunited, the boys have already created their debut three-track release as Krispy & The Pooch. Something Strange for Change flows out in all directions yet still remains harmonious; the songs are underpinned by a lyrical exploration that effortlessly slips between tongue-in-cheek playfulness and honest tenderness. In Krispy, the lyricist and vocalist, every track is a showcase of his impressive vocal range - in yo-yoing from humble and soulful crooning in Better to a rasping rhythmic bravado spat out in Where's My Phone?
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