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Jun 19 Listen: Jarryd James – “1000x” (feat. Broods)

Exciting times, friends! Our one time artist of the week and quite frankly one of our absolute favorites, Jarryd James has just unveiled a brand new single, after taking the world by storm in 2015. The new single and first official taster of his forthcoming LP, titled “1000x” features sibling duo, Broods, who are currently readying the release of their own sophomore album. 1000x is a stunning nostalgic offering, slow-burning in it’s approach yet breathtaking in every sense of the word. Hear the track below!

Jun 09 Listen: Broods – “Heartlines”

In a matter of days, Broods‘ highly-anticipated second studio album will land. The album, titled “Conscious” comes preceded by Free, a heavy-hitting anthem co-written and co-produced with GRAMMY-winning Joel Little (Lorde, Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding). Whilst they ready the album for release, the sibling duo debut “Heartlines,” a spell-binding record co-penned by fellow kiwis Lorde and Joel Little. Heartlines received it’s first play on Apple Music Beats 1, today (June 9). Much like Free, Hearlines is an instantly-catchy and vibrant number with Georgia’s incredible vocals swiftly filling your pulse with excitement. Listen below!

May 19 Listen: Broods – “Couldn’t Believe”

We can’t believe our ears. Electronic-pop duo Broods released the second cut off their highly anticipated sophomore album, Conscious, titled “Couldn’t Believe” today. In an interview, the Nott siblings stated that their new album was made with playing live in mind, and this song is the prime example. “Couldn’t Believe” is an upbeat track with an explosive chorus, a drastic change in direction from the  stripped, minimal sound the pair created for their debut album, Evergreen. “And I couldn’t believe my eyes, and I couldn’t believe my ears. I couldn’t believe my luck. I couldn’t believe you’re here” sings Georgia Nott in...more

Apr 20 Album: Broods – “Conscious”

Earlier this month, New Zealand musical duo Broods surprised their fans, releasing brand new music for the first time since their debut album, Evergreen, dropped in 2014. After reclaiming their spot as the undenfiablely-talented duo that they are with “Free,” the siblings have now announced a brand new album, with the aforementioned track being it’s lead. During a live 20-minute-long Q&A session held on Facebook, the Georgia & Caleb announced a string of tour dates as well as their eagerly-anticipated sophomore album, Conscious, due out June 24. Even though it was just announced, the album is off to a pretty...more

Mar 30 Listen: BROODS – “Free”

Banger Alert! Our favorite New Zealand-based duo Broods, composed by Georgia and Caleb Nott, are back with a banging new single titled “Free”. The brand new single was played for the first time during Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show on March 30th earlier today. “Free” was written by Georgia and Caleb Nott, and Grammy-winning producer and frequent collaborator Joel Little. The song signifies a change in direction for the duo, with a more commercial, electronic pop approach than their previous efforts. “It’s clear you think I’m inferior. Whatever helps you sleep at night” sings Nott on the track. The pop act...more

Apr 03 Behind The Music: Exclusive Interview with Broods

New Zealand’s Georgia and Caleb Nott, best known as Broods, have had quite a successful year. After the release of their debut single “Bridges”, Broods quickly became the favorite of many blogs and music lovers. Their haunting and dreamy pop gathered the attention of major labels in both the US and the UK. Just last year, Broods released Evergreen, an 11-track studio album produced by Joel Little, known for his work with Lorde. Fresh off their tour with Sam Smith, the pair embarked on their very own headlining tour earlier this year. Last Thursday, the pop duo returned to Austin, TX...more

Jan 27 Groovin The Moo Lineup Announced

The lineup for one of Australia’s premier festivals has just dropped and it has got all your bases covered. Groovin The Moo takes some of the biggest names in music to regional areas of Australia, and this years lineup is one of the biggest yet. International artists on the lineup include A$AP Ferg (US), Charli XCX (UK), Peaches (CAN) with one of our very own Artists of the Week Broods (NZ) joining them. Australian artists on the lineup include Hilltop Hoods who are fresh off their Hottest 100 success, Flight Facilities, Wolfmother and another of our Artists of the Week...more