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Bondi Hipsters hit Juice TV airwaves

The Bondi Hipsters have arrived in New Zealand and have ‘totes’ released their 37-part uncut YouTube phenomenon on Juice TV.

From the creators of The Fully Sick Rapper and Beached Az, Christiaan Van Vuuren and Nick Boshier, have taken Australia by storm with their hilariously funny poke at inner city, social-scene wannabes - the Bondi Hipsters.

Being touted as Australia’s most successful and longest running comedy web series to date, the comic pair rose to online fame with their first song ‘The Life Organic’. The song went "viral" in mid 2012, which spurred a huge online audience - over 6 million views on YouTube!

Now Juice TV has picked up the exclusive screening rights to the show in New Zealand.

"You have to see these guys to believe them. They are off the wall funny with a comedy style that I’ve never seen before. They are blowing up online and we are so pleased to be able to bring their uncut content onto the Juice TV airwaves," says Channel Director Daniel Wrightson.

Sponsored by Google and Youtube, The Bondi Hipsters were recently sent to London to report on the 2012 London Olympic Games.

As well as comedy the duo are said to be one of Australia’s ‘raddest’ live DJ acts. The Bondi Hipsters are about to embark on a national DJ Tour which, commencing this month in Sydney.

Although The Bondi Hipsters have been confined to online thus far, Boshier and the Van Vuuren Bros are in development with a major TV network on expanding the series to a longer format, which could see a release later in 2013.

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