An intimate one-off show.
“I will definitely be back there.”
“I think in a lot of my music in the past [has created] this serial land of Disneyesque pop. With this new record, I’ve wanted to speak from a place a little more from my own experience.”
“Absolutely it will happen.”
Will the real Kimbra please stand up?
A primal cut from ‘Primal Heart’.
“For the first time as a musician, I’m confronting a lot of things in a more direct way”
New Kimbra alert!
It’s her “proudest work yet”.
And some serious Prince vibes.
“We have patience. But we do NOT have patience for the #Bitchassness,” Questlove writes.
Kiwi-born songstress Kimbra is no stranger to the odd all-star collab. Her last album, the acclaimed The Golden Echo, featured cameos by Daniel Johns, John Legend, members of Dillinger Escape Plan and Queens of the Stone Age to name a few. But, if a recent Facebook post is anything to go by, New Zealand’s biggest
Some of Australia’s top rock acts have done their country proud. Three local bands have taken out the top three placings in the rock music category of the 2014 International Songwriting Competition (ISC), proving that rock isn’t dead down under. Fremantle four-piece San Cisco took out first place in the rock category with their song
Rockers lead a strong Aussie showing
Kimbra was always destined for Sesame Street and now the ever jubilant Kiwi singer has found herself in the place where the air is sweet, kicking it with the likes of Elmo and Cookie Monster for what is sure to be a career high. “Met some amazing people this year but Cookie Monster might just
Having recently dropped her highly-anticipated new album The Golden Echo, New Zealand’s jubilant leading lady Kimbra will be bringing her signature electric performances to Australian stages later this year. As she winds up a mid-October US tour, which includes a sold out show at Hollywood’s iconic Roxy Theatre, Kimbra will stop by Sydney’s Metro Theatre
90’s Music, the first single from Kimbra’s sophomore record, The Golden Echo, is an oddball, schizoid ode to ’90s culture, nostalgia and youthful exuberance. It was met mostly with confusion and some distaste upon release, but further listening revealed a flourishing, innovative track with cutting edge production and a suitably mighty chorus. A pop song,