Human Movement do the ‘Right Thang’ with their latest bass filled track
Sydney dance duo HUMAN MOVEMENT have most definitely begun their own ‘movement’, crusading through the electronic airwaves with their hypnotic take on the anthems that currently trump the Aussie club scene. The spotlight was quickly shone in their direction as their 2015 track ‘Shake’ was placed on triple j rotation and instantly appeased all the wide-eyed youngsters that flooded the city looking for nightlife – and it hasn’t stopped since.
Since then, these gifted producers dropped a stunningly hyper four track EP, Dancing Room, back in 2015 and more recently dropped a two track EP Subcity in 2016. They finished the year with a bang, appearing at the sold out Lost Paradise Festival last year, and left us impatiently waiting for more of their electronic goodness, but wait no more! HUMAN MOVEMENT have returned and boy was it worth the wait…
This track has us reminiscing back to our younger years – sneaking out to party aimlessly in some dodgy warehouse, a little teen rebellion running through your veins once again. Concerns repressed, excitement ignited but only for a short moment all while this rare glimpse of time is soaked up in appreciation for its value. HUMAN MOVEMENT’s latest track ‘Right Thang’ sounds like its been plucked straight out of a scene from Skins. It focuses its demeanour around rebellion with dark, brooding bass lines that cover the track in thick, addictive jolts of slow building textures. It’s a dance floor masterpiece.
It paints a picture perfectly of that adolescent ‘idgaf’ attitude you once carried so well, not only bringing back some carefree spirit but also some confidence you may have lost during your transition into adulthood (sigh).
This Sydney duo carefully collate their sounds to create tracks that give life to the night and add disco to the day, intertwining bass guitar with gentle intercepts of electronic. With the help of ELIOT PORTER on the vocals, he adds a unique dimension of smooth soul that you don’t often see woven within the density of dance music, creating something truly unique.
Do the ‘Right Thang’ and listen.
Words by NATALIE TURNER