It’s been 5 years since Kick Push PR (KPPR) officially launched and in that time has worked on countless singles, EPs and albums from so many amazing artists across Australia.
KPPR has proudly earnt its small, humble place within the music industry. With hopes to build, grow and just be better for the second half of this decade KPPR is shedding its skin and rebranding and announcing it’s expansion with Ruckus PR.
A new image for KPPR is to help represent where Kick Push is today, in 2020 – a lot has changed in that time and even more has been learnt. This is a symbolic change for KPPR that brings a whole new quality of life to the business for a bright future whilst also reflecting the position that KPPR has put itself in after 5 years of hard work.
The launch of Ruckus PR is exciting as it will enable more opportunities to support more bands while allowing KPPR to grow its own unique roster of artists and bands. Michael Gill (owner of Kick Push PR / pictured above) states:
“I believe I am a completely different person now to who I was in 2015 so the branding for KPPR created back then is misrepresentative of where both Kick Push and I are at today. I’ve come a long way since then and I want to reflect that and put that out to the world.
I’m really proud of what I’ve been able to achieve on my own with Kick Push and all of these artists over the last 5 years. I’ve had a lot of wins with so many different artists over but I want to keep raising the bar.
Ultimately, this is about repositioning myself in the music industry to not only appeal to more artists and bands but to more booking agencies, labels and international acts. I want to keep building these relationships to generate greater opportunities for artists and I also want that work.”
KPPR is working with a bunch of artists who are releasing great music over the next few weeks and Ruckus PR has artists releases music from the 20th of November.