AMBY had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with Georgia Nott, one half of electro-pop duo BROODS, moments before hopping on stage at WayHome Festival. Ahead of our interview, Georgia shared with us how she still gets nervous when performing or answering the simple "how are you"s in interviews. However,
It hasn’t been that long since the New Zealand electronic-pop siblings, BROODS – consisting of Georgia and Caleb Nott - made their debut in Montreal at the Théâtre Corona. Since then they’ve released their debut album, Evergreen, have gone on to tour worldwide with the likes of Ellie Goulding, HAIM,
Sleep is for the dead. That's why I spent my post-call Friday at The Danforth Music Hall with Erik Hassle and Broods.
At 8:30 p.m., Swedish R&B sensation Erik Hassle stepped out wearing a leather biker jacket, embodying both style and swagger. Backed by his friend Raymundo Cruz, he kicked off
New Zealand electronic-pop duo BROODS -- comprised of siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott -- are no strangers to A Music Blog, Yea?. Last September, we caught up with Caleb right around the release of their debut record Evergreen. Fast forward six months later, the band are now touring in support
On March 20th, New Zealand sibling duo BROODS will play Toronto's The Danforth Music Hall with support from Erik Hassle. Courtesy of Embrace, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the show!
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With the recent release of their debut record Evergreen, electronic-pop duo BROODS are currently on a North American tour supporting soul artist Sam Smith. The New Zealand-based siblings -- Georgia and Caleb Nott -- last spoke with A Music Blog, Yea? back in May, so it was a pleasure catching