Hey, What is Electric Kiwi?

Founded by Ross Barber in 2011, Electric Kiwi serves the needs of musicians and music businesses looking to stand out in the crowded marketplace that is today’s music industry.

Our clients range from up-and-coming independent artists to established artists appearing in both hit television shows and Hollywood movies. We even work with management companies representing American Idol winners and artists with Billboard #1 hits.

We love music and are passionate about helping artists make the most of their online presence. If you are looking for a website for your band, label or music-related business or are in need of artwork for an upcoming album, you have come to the right place!

Ross Barber

Web Designer, Music Lover, Awesomeness Aspirer

Ross Barber

Electric Kiwi founder Ross Barber has dedicated his life to helping musicians, bands, and other artists pursue dreams of turning their passion for music into a viable career opportunity. His decision to launch Electric Kiwi in 2011 came after Ross earned a 2:1 BA (Hons) degree in Popular Music Performance from the UHI Millennium Institute in Perth, Scotland.

From designing websites to creating artwork for album covers, Ross has worked with independent artists from all over the world and his marketing strategies have been featured on top websites including Cyber PR Music, Hypebot, and Musicians Unleashed.

He also co-hosts his own video podcast, Bridge the Atlantic, with singer/songwriter Marcio Novelli. The podcast, which interviews musicians and creative entrepreneurs, spent several weeks on the “New and Noteworthy” chart after debuting on iTunes.


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