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BROODS songwriter-producer Caleb Nott is expanding his horizons with a new "passion project" called Fizzy Milk.
He launched the new moniker on Friday with his first single, called "Make Me Feel," a collaboration with Jarryd James, who himself recruited BROODS for his track "1000x," which was one of Variance's 100 Best Songs of 2016.
While he and his sister Georgia make up BROODS, the New Zealander is said to be flipping the script with his new material, hoping to express a different side of his musical abilities. Having previously worked with the likes of Troye Sivan and Charli XCX, Nott is now drawing inspiration from "sample-based, big beat" sounds of the late '90s (Moby, Chemical Brothers) to the "kaleidoscopic funk rock" of N.E.R.D and Gorillaz.
"These songs are just little slivers of myself, the stuff I do every day in the studio that no one normally hears," said Nott about his new material. "I'm just doing the stuff I've always thought about, but haven't had an outlet for. I'm just going to drop songs when I feel like it, and maybe work towards a record in the future."
Hear "Make Me Fee" below or on any digital platform.