Tom Broome is an Auckland based drummer and producer who has been lucky to spend the last decade doing what he loves the most, performing and writing music. He has worked as a sideman and session musician for many of NZ's top artists including: Hollie Smith, Home Brew, Julia Deans, Esther Stephens & The Means, Tiny Ruins, Tama Waipara, Tattletale Saints, She's So Rad and many more. His live performance career has included two tours of Europe and the US, including a headlining performance at the 2014 Montreal Jazz Festival with Hollie Smith.
As a recorded drummer, Tom has appeared on recordings for Anika, Boh & Hollie, Home Brew (VNZMA Best Urban/Roots Album 2012), Esther Stephens & The Means, Advantdale Bowling Club and alongside Kimbra and Mara TK for a Leonard Charles remix of Mark de Clive-Lowe's song 'Processional'.
Recently, Tom has finished constructing his own studio, with the goal of being able to autonomously produce music and record other artists. He resides in Kingsland, with his studio just down the road.