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Kimbra

Kimbra
Kimbra performing at McCallum Park in 2012
Background information
Birth name Kimbra Lee Johnson
Born (1990-03-27) 27 March 1990
Hamilton, New Zealand
Genres
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, tambourine
Years active 2000–present
Labels Forum 5, Warner Bros.
Website .comkimbramusic

Kimbra Lee Johnson (born 27 March 1990), known mononymously as Kimbra, is a New Zealand recording artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Kimbra's unique musical style draws from many different genres, often blending more modern electropop and R&B with classic jazz and soul musical elements. Her musical influences range from Prince and soul singer Minnie Riperton, to Björk and Jeff Buckley. Her unique style was showcased on her debut album, Vows, which was released in Australia in 2011. Singles from the album include "Settle Down", "Cameo Lover" (which won an Australian Recording Industry Association Award), "Good Intent" and "Two Way Street".

A reworked version of the album was released in Europe and the United States in 2012. It featured several new songs, including "Come into My Head", "Warrior" (on which Kimbra was joined by musicians Mark Foster from Foster the People and DJ A-Trak), and a cover of Nina Simone's "Plain Gold Ring". On 29 August 2011, she released her debut album, Vows, which reached the top 5 in New Zealand and Australia. On 22 May 2012, the album was released in North America, debuting at number 14 on the Billboard charts.[1] Kimbra is featured in the 2012 multi-platinum single "Somebody That I Used to Know" by Gotye.

On 10 February 2013, she and Gotye won the Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance awards at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards Show for "Somebody That I Used to Know". This achievement made her only the third New Zealand singer to win a Grammy Award in history. Kimbra's second studio album, The Golden Echo, was officially released on 19 August 2014 to positive critical reception.[2]

Contents

  • Biography 1
    • Early years 1.1
    • Career beginnings 1.2
    • 2010–11: Vows 1.3
    • 2012–13: Grammy awards and collaborations 1.4
  • Live band 2
    • Previous members 2.1
  • Musical style and performance 3
  • Discography 4
    • Studio albums 4.1
    • Singles 4.2
    • As a featured artist 4.3
  • Filmography 5
    • Music videos 5.1
    • Television 5.2
    • Films 5.3
  • Tours 6
  • Awards and nominations 7
    • Grammy Awards 7.1
    • APRA Awards 7.2
    • ARIA Awards 7.3
    • Other awards 7.4
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Biography

Early years

Kimbra Lee Johnson[3] was born on 27 March 1990 and grew up in Hamilton, New Zealand. Her father, Ken Johnson, was the head doctor at the University of Waikato's student health centre, and her mother was an orthopaedic nurse. At the age of 10, Kimbra began writing songs. When she was 12, her father bought her a guitar and "after a few years of lessons, she was on stage, performing with her guitar tutors (she was never taught to sing)".[4] Kimbra attended Hillcrest High School, competing in the national schools' musical competition Rockquest for three years running, where she was awarded second place in 2004 at the age of 14. Kimbra made her first music video, "Smile", for the children's TV show What Now. Kimbra was a member of the Hillcrest High jazz choir, Scat.[5]

Career beginnings

Early public performances by Kimbra included singing at the Waikato Times Gold Cup race meeting in 2000 as a 10-year-old and singing the New Zealand national anthem before 27,000 people at the 2002 NPC rugby union final. In 2007, after winning the Juice TV award for Best Breakthrough music video for her second single "Simply on My Lips", she came to the attention of ex-Independiente Records boss Mark Richardson (Jamiroquai, Paula Abdul) and his newly formed management company and independent label Forum 5 in Melbourne, Victoria.[6] She signed with Richardson and in 2008 she moved to Melbourne, Australia.[6]

2010–11: Vows

In June 2010, Kimbra's first single on Forum 5, "Settle Down", was released. She had started writing the track four years earlier – it was finished with François Tétaz.[6][7] The music video was directed by Guy Franklin. Perez Hilton featured the track on his website citing "[i]f you like Nina Simone, Florence & The Machine and/or Bjork, then we think you will enjoy Kimbra – her music reminds us of all those fierce ladies!"[8] On 10 December, the Australian 'indietronica' group Miami Horror released their single, "I Look to You" featuring Kimbra's vocals.[9] Kimbra also stars in its music video, which features wide-angle and kaleidoscope shots of her in face paint and dresses walking through golden fields.[10] Early in 2011, Kimbra's song "Cameo Lover" was a finalist for the 2011 Vanda & Young Songwriting Competition and eventually won the competition.[11] In March she issued "Cameo Lover" as her next single, its music video was released in April and was directed by Franklin. In 13 April Kimbra went to perform for Moomba Festival and ChillOut Festival in Sydney at Oxford Arts Factory to welcome the release of her next single, "Cameo Lover". On 15 July 2011, "Cameo Lover" won the songwriting competition, ahead of third placed song, "Somebody That I Used to Know", written by Australian musician, Gotye.[12] On 7 June Kimbra signed to Warner Bros. Records New Zealand for distribution in New Zealand and Australia, as well as a worldwide deal for other territories with Warner Bros. Records in the US.[13] On 5 July Kimbra sang in Gotye's single, "Somebody That I Used to Know", which was mixed by Tétaz. Tétaz had recommended Kimbra to Gotye after a 'high profile' Australian female vocalist had withdrawn from the collaboration.[14][15]

On 29 August 2011, Kimbra's debut album, Vows, was released in New Zealand and 2 September in Australia. In its first week of release it charted at No. 3 in New Zealand, No. 5 in Australia and No. 14 in the US. In its second week, it rose to a peak of No. 4 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Australian producer 'M-Phazes' produced Kimbra's track "Call Me" and assisted on other tracks on Vows. Its artwork including body art and illustrations were created by Rhys Mitchell and Raphael Rizzo. She has won the Critics' Choice Prize at the 2011 New Zealand Music Awards[16] and Best Female Artist and Best Song (for "Cameo Lover") at the ARIA Music Awards of 2011.[17] The US release of Vows featured new tracks not available on the Australian or New Zealand version of the album.[18] She had performed in various location such as, at the Forum Theatre,[19] Melbourne on 9 September 2011, at Astor Theatre,[20] Perth on 17 September 2011, at the Adelaide Botanic Garden in Brisbane on 1 October 2011, at Adelaide, Australia on 3 October 2011, at Queenscliff Music Festival, Queenscliff, Victoria and Wellington Square, Perth on 25 November 2011, at Homebake Festival 2011, at Royal Botanic Gardens, The Domain, Sydney[21] on 3 December 2011 and at the Falls Festival Lorne, Australia on 30 December 2011.[22]

2012–13: Grammy awards and collaborations

Kimbra performing in Auckland, 2012

On 19 January 2012, "Good Intent" was played on an episode of ABC's drama Grey's Anatomy. The track also appears in the video game, The Sims 3: Pets, which Kimbra recorded in Simlish for the soundtrack. Also in January, Kimbra won the "One to Watch" award at the 2012 Rolling Stone Awards.[23] Kimbra has collaborated with Mark Foster (of Foster the People) and DJ A-Trak on the track "Warrior", which was released on 2 April. On 14 April, she performed "Somebody That I Used to Know" with Gotye on Saturday Night Live. On 15 July 2012, she went to perform in Santralistanbul, Istanbul, Turkey. On 26 August 2012, she went to Parc de Saint-Cloud, France and later went to perform at The Deaf Institute, Manchester on 30 August 2012.[24][25] In 25 September, her song With My Hands was featured in Tim Burton's movie, Frankenweenie. In 1 November, she had been nominated at the Vodafone 2012 New Zealand Music Awards and won for the International Achievement, Best Female Solo Artist, Best Pop Album, Breakthrough Artist of the Year awards, and also won as a featured artist for the song "Somebody That I Used to Know", for Most Played Australian Work and Song of the Year, at the APRA Music Awards of 2012. on the same year, she also received an award for Best Female Artist at the ARIA Music Awards of 2012 for the second time.[26] In 14 November 2012, Kimbra performed at the Calvin Klein Collection which held an exclusive dinner to celebrate the brand’s Women’s Creative Director, Francisco Costa.[27] Kimbra also performed for other events such as, at Homebake Festival 2012 On 8 December, at Festival of the Sun in Port Macquarie, New South Wales on 14 December, at the Rhythm & Vines Music festival 2012 in Gisborne, New Zealand on 29 December 2012 and at the Summadayze Festival in Adelaide, Melbourne, Gold Coast on 30, 31 December 2012.[28]

On 4 and 5 January 2013, Kimbra continued her performance for the

  • Official website

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  25. ^ "Enjoy the sound of Kimbra in Manchester". Millenniumhotels.co.uk. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
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  28. ^ "Thousands jam in the Summadayze sun". The Age (Melbourne). 
  29. ^ "Jermz | Laneway Special: An Interview With Kimbra". Jermz.sg. 23 December 2012. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
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  51. ^ "iTunes – Music – Warrior – Single by Kimbra". Itunes.apple.com. 26 May 2012. Retrieved 26 May 2012. 
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  54. ^ Peak positions for featured singles in Germany:
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  58. ^ Peak positions for featured singles in the US:
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References

Year Award Category Result
2007 Juice TV Breakthrough Video ("Simply On My Lips") Won
2011 New Zealand Music Awards Critics' Choice Prize Won
International Songwriting Competition[78] Grand Prize Won
J Award[79] Album of the Year (Vows) Nominated
2012 Rolling Stone Awards One to Watch Award Won
New Zealand Music Awards[80] Album of the Year (Vows) Won
Single of the Year ("Warrior") Nominated
Breakthrough Artist of the Year (Vows) Won
Best Female Solo Artist (Vows) Won
Best Pop Album (Vows) Won
Peoples' Choice Award Nominated
International Achievement Award Won

Other awards

Year Recipient Award Result
2011 "Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Single of the Year Won
Highest Selling Single Nominated
Best Pop Release Won
"Cameo Lover" – Kimbra Best Female Artist Won
"Cameo Lover" – Kimbra – Guy Franklin Best Video Nominated
2012 "Vows" – Kimbra Best Female Artist Won

The ARIA Music Awards are presented annually from 1987 by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). In 2011, Kimbra won one award as a solo artist and two awards as a featured artist.[75] Gotye featuring Kimbra performed the single, "Somebody That I Used to Know", at the awards ceremony.[76][77]

ARIA Awards

Year Recipient Award Result
2012 Kimbra Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year[71] Nominated
"Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Most Played Australian Work[72] Won
Song of the Year[73] Won
"Cameo Lover" – Kimbra Song of the Year[74] Nominated

The APRA Awards are presented annually from 1982 by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), "honouring composers and songwriters".[70] In 2012, Kimbra was nominated for two awards as a solo artist and won two awards as a featured artist.

APRA Awards

Year Recipient Award Result
2013 "Somebody That I Used to Know" – Gotye featuring Kimbra Record of the Year[69] Won
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won

The Grammy Awards are presented annually from 1959 by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS). In 2012, Kimbra's collaboration with Gotye, "Somebody That I Used To Know", won the Record of the Year and the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance awards.[69]

Grammy Awards

Awards and nominations

Tours

Year Title Role Notes
2012 SXSW Flashback 2012 herself Performer

Films

Year Title Role Notes
2011 RocKwiz herself Musical guest – Season 9, Episode 6
2012 Saturday Night Live Musical guest – Season 37, Episode 19
Jimmy Kimmel Live! Musical guest
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Project Runway Australia audience member
2012–2013 Last Call with Carson Daly Musical guest, two episodes
2013 Rock in Rio Performer, Episode 5.3

Television

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Cameo Lover" 2011 Guy Franklin
"Good Intent"
"Settle Down"
"Come Into My Head" 2012
"Warrior" (featuring Mark Foster and A-Trak) Daniels
"Two Way Street" Matthew Rolston
"90s Music" 2014 Justin Francis
"Miracle" Thom Kerr

Music videos

Filmography

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
NZ
[40]
AUS
[41]
AUT
[52]
BEL
(FL)

[42]
CAN
[53]
GER
[54]
IRE
[55]
SWI
[56]
UK
[57]
US
[58]
2009 "Asleep in the Sea"
(As Tall As Lions featuring Kimbra)
You Can't Take It with You
2010 "I Look to You"
(Miami Horror featuring Kimbra)[59]
Illumination
2011 "Somebody That I Used to Know"
(Gotye featuring Kimbra)[60][61]
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1
  • RMNZ: 5× Platinum[62]
  • ARIA: 11× Platinum[63]
  • BEA: 4× Platinum[64]
  • BPI: 2× Platinum[65]
  • BVMI: 5× Gold[66]
  • IFPI AUT: 2× Platinum[67]
  • RIAA: 8× Platinum[68]
Making Mirrors
2013 "Made to Love"
(John Legend featuring Kimbra)
Love in the Future
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

As a featured artist

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
NZ
[40]
AUS
[49]
2005 "Deep for You" N/A
2007 "Simply on My Lips"
2010 "Settle Down" 37 Vows
2011 "Cameo Lover"[50]
"Good Intent" 98
2012 "Warrior" (featuring Mark Foster and A-Trak)[51] 22
"Two Way Street"
"Come into My Head"
2014 "90's Music" The Golden Echo
"Miracle"
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles

Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
NZ
[40]
AUS
[41]
BEL
(FL)

[42]
CAN
[43]
NLD
[44]
POL
[45]
US
[46]
Vows 4 3 135 24 95 23 14
The Golden Echo
  • Released: 19 August 2014
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Format: CD, LP, digital download
5 5 43
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Studio albums

Discography

Muzic.net.nz states that Kimbra's music delves beyond the "four chord cliché but still maintains strong hooks and catchy melodies that are sometimes unpredictable but satisfying".[36] In an interview with American Songwriter, she listed Daniel Johns, Prince, Rufus Wainwright, Guided by Voices, Imogen Heap, Mike Patton, Michael Jackson, Minnie Riperton, and Stevie Wonder as her influences.[37] Her musical style has been considered jazz-inspired electropop.[38] She is also interested in modern progressive metal, listing bands like Meshuggah and Dillinger Escape Plan as favorites of hers in numerous interviews and Facebook posts.[39]

Musical style and performance

  • Fagan Wilcox – samples/synth/guitar/vocals (2009–2014)
  • Ben Davey – keyboards/vocals (2010–2014)
  • Stan Bicknell – drums (2009–2010)
  • Joe Cope (2009)

Previous members

  • Taylor Graves – keyboards/vocals (2014–present)
  • Timon Martin – guitar/vocals (2009–present)
  • Stevie McQuinn – drums (2010–present)
  • Frank Abraham - bass/keyboards (2014-present)

Live band

[35][34]

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