An generally intimate-sounding mixture of indie pop and consumer electronics, Christchurch, New Zealand’s Stunning Pinks will be the task of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Nick Harte. Something of the wunderkind, Harte started playing piano at age group six; used bass, drums, and electric guitar by enough time he was eight; and examined jazz and contemporary composition — aswell as saxophone, viola, violin, and cello — at ten. When he was 13, Harte began recording his music and in addition performed as the one-man Z, sketching evaluations to Brian Wilson in a fresh Zealand music publication. He also performed in several various other rings, including Pig Out, Solaa, Montessori, Laudanum, the Incisions, as well as the Brunettes (on whose When Glaciers Met Cream he performed drums). After coming back from a six-month stay static in London, Harte started employed in earnest as the Stunning Pinks, a name motivated by Pretty in Pink’s traditional teenager angst and Harte’s wish to maintain listeners speculating. Released in 2004, the Stunning Pinks’ debut record, Dance the Dance Electric powered, highlighted a full-band lineup and presented Harte’s audio, which nodded towards the extra, bittersweet audio of such traditional New Zealand rings as the Clean and the Bats, My Bloody Valentine’s avant pop, and dance-punk. The record earned strong testimonials, including one from Pitchfork that drew the interest of indie dance label DFA. In the wake of the success, the Stunning Pinks agreed upon to the renowned New Zealand imprint Traveling Nun and released two albums in 2005, Mathematical Warfare and Infinity Property, which Harte composed and performed by himself. DFA agreed upon Harte and released some limited-edition singles, including remixes with the Glimmers, Deerhunter, Eluvium, and Arkitype, before issuing Stunning Pinks, a remastered compilation of music from Mathematical Warfare and Infinity Property, in fall 2007. The initial phrase that Harte was focusing on fresh material found its way to 2012, when he exposed that he prepared release a an EP, Guilt Mirrors, that was influenced by and documented in part through the Christchurch earthquake in 2011. Nevertheless, by its Feb 2014 launch, Guilt Mirrors got expanded right into a triple recording encompassing dance, dream-pop and indie-folk aswell as collaborations with Arkitype, Gemma Syme and Ashlin Frances Raymond.