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Here comes The Video Kid...

The Black Seeds keyboard player Bret Mckenzie, aka The Video Kid presents


"Here comes The Video Kid... free the corporate booty slaves!"

Prototype is the dynamic debut album from The Video Kid, aka Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords and The Black Seeds.

Wellington release party: The Video Kid and his band The Astronautz at Bar Bodega this Saturday with friends Bunnies on ponies and djs Lord Fader & Tobi Nabuguchi.

Ten dollars on the door gets you in to see the freshest thing since neon, The Video Kid, Prototype release party, this Saturday 17th at Bodega Start time 9:12pm

"Singer/Songwriter/Science" "The Video Kid is the freshest thang since neon"

Currently, Bret play's keyboards for The Black Seeds, drums for The Dub Connection, is one half of The Flight of the Conchords, has a speaking part as an Elf in The Lord of the Rings and still manages to maintain his cool as The Video Kid.

Even if you haven't witnessed any of Bret's musical projects you will have seen him somewhere on stage or screen. Folk parody 'The Flight of The Conchords' have received critical acclaim in both Melbourne's and Edinburgh's comedy festivals.

Prototype, features performances by Twinset, Age Pryor and various Black Seeds.

The Video Kid, Prototype Out now in good record shops


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