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​​Born in Dorset (UK) raised in Cambridge(NZ) and now Auckland-based, Harry Parsons offers your dose of local melancholy-drenched pop. With tasteful indie-rock influences and infectious melodies, Parsons has effortlessly connected with audiences around New Zealand who struggle to leave him singing and swaying alone. It's his "undeniablyaddictive" lyrics (HAPPY MAG) and roughly sweet charm that will hook you into a musical oblivion, perfectly showcased in latest single 'Good Time'. Keep your eyes peeled for more new music due for release later this year!

Harry Parsons is currently working on 4 double sided singles that will collectively create an Album. This project features production from Ben Malone and Rory Noble who have been actively developing songs over the past 4 months. Harry Parsons has also received project funding from NZ On Air to build this project.




Fijian-New Zealand, Palmerston North based songwriter Adam Snow shared his debut single 'Say To Me' in March last year. He then blossomed with 'Daffodils' in October, which garnered NZ radio attention and was paired with a visually vibrant music video. Adam began, like many aspiring artists, by making bedroom beats and recording demos into his phone. This eventually led to him teaming up with childhood friend and New Zealand producer/songwriter Rory Noble. Since then, the pair have been collaborating on a body of work due to see release in the form of an EP late 2021. Much like his current releases, the project utilises the cognitive dissonance of pacing drum patterns & bright chords with sombre lyricism; almost like learning to take the bad with the good. Most recently, Adam attended a songwriting retreat held by indie label Five AM, curated by Rory Noble and Diaz Grimm. He worked as an artist and co-writer alongside other emerging NZ artists BEXY, Mikey Dam, Harry Parsons, and HINA.


Jackson Owens is no stranger to the music industry, having been a solo artist, in a group act and also most recently a 'step-in' lead singer for one of New Zealand's most succesful reggae and roots bands 'Sons of Zion'. Jackson is now ready to step into the industry as his own solo act with a brand new direction that he describes as 'himself'.  Jackson intro'd this with a collaboration single with Sons of Zion called 'Love on the run', which has topped the kiwi charts on radio, spotify and shazam.

After teaming up with producer Rory Noble and the Five AM team, Jackson takes a lead with his debut single set to release mid-august called 'Have I', which will really set the tone for Jacksons solo project. Jackson has an EP all completed that will roll out shortly after the release of 'Have I'