- Rhys Darby (Murray Hewitt from @Flight of the Conchords)
It's been a busy six years for the Casio rap duo since the release of their self proclaimed 'difficult second album'.
The insouciant pair have traveled twice around the world, bringing their 'brazen otherness' (The Guardian) to audiences in New Zealand, Australia and the US.
They performed for three successive years at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, selling out shows and earning high profile fans from BBC QI's Alan Davies to Flight of the Conchords' very own Rhys Darby.
Their latest single M.I.C (Made in Cornwall), is an anthemic masterpiece, packed with strings, brass, piano and air horn, somehow distilled into their trademark miniature Casio keyboard led sound.
In the verses they juxtapose references to @Clipse, @Skepta and @Dizzee Rascal with Casio watches, spending time with the grandparents and the impressive view of the local Tupperware factory from a nearby hill.
It's basically @Jay Z's New York if we were living in a parallel universe where Redruth High Street is the financial center of the world.
And for some people that is exactly what it is.
Welcome to the world of @Hedluv + Passman.