NicNak's management roster includes alt-pop artist and songwriter Theia, who is signed by Warner Music and divides her time between Sydney and Auckland; singer-songwriter Paige, who is signed by Sony and is based in Auckland, and indie dance duo Chores, who are based in Melbourne. NicNak also offers mentoring to independent artists.
Theia is one of NZ pop music’s most idiosyncratic acts. Her burgeoning catalogue of songs showcases an artist who is unafraid to push boundaries and who is here to stay. Her debut self-titled EP earned her three nominations at the 2017 NZ Music Awards and a nomination for ‘Breakthrough Artist’ at the 2017 George FM Awards. In 2019 she released her second EP, the critically acclaimed NOT YOUR PRINCESS. Both releases have clocked more than 15 million streams on platforms such as Spotify and YouTube. Theia’s music has taken her around the globe - performing shows in the US, Asia and Australia, as well as her own headline tours in New Zealand. She has also opened for big international acts such as Sia and Portugal. The Man and has played at some of New Zealand’s biggest festivals, from R&V and Homegrown, to Bay Dreams and Soundsplash.
Paige is a singer-songwriter from Auckland, NZ, who has won the world over with her self-filmed DIY videos. They’re simple snapshots of a young woman and her acoustic guitar; alone with her thoughts. And yet, with each and every song she puts out to the world, from the four walls of her bedroom, she has managed to make a deep and lasting connection with people from every corner of the globe. With only a handful of official releases to her name, Paige has built a loyal and HUGE fan-base across social media channels and streaming platforms. It’s not all about statistics but if you want to crunch the numbers, that’s a 7,600 subscribers on YouTube; 4,400 followers on Spotify; 55,000 on Insta and 8,200 on FB!
Chores are an award-winning music-making duo whose feel-good, dance-floor fillers have established them as one of the most exciting new electronic acts south of the equator. Thommy Simmons and Sam Saunders cut their teeth on Auckland’s DJing circuit in 2014. Two years later, they turned their talents to producing their own material and have established them as one of the most exciting new electronic acts south of the equator. Chores won the 2019 NZ Music Award for ‘Electronic Act’ and ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ at the 2017 George FM Awards.