Latest Artists To Watch
Ever since Sydney house duo SET MO released their first single ‘Still Waters’ about a year ago, they’ve continued to kick goals with a smorgasbord of quality productions throughout 2014.
New years is notorious for being a little bit of a ‘let down.
The title track from his EP Progress and Memory – metallic, future dance music -calls to mind those avant-garde artists creating contemporary club sounds, hybridising grime, pop and R&B with traditional electronic music.
Australia is pumping out some seriously talented bright young things at the minute, so it comes as no surprise that Brisbane’s vocalist and producer prodigy JOY is only 17 years old.
Whilst guitar slinging, classic rock aficionados would beg to differ, the internet has undeniably become a breeding ground for great underground music.
You heard it here folks: 2015 is shaping up to be year of the MELTY.
Shimmering synths that pulse in harmony with stunningly on-point vocals, lyrically exposed to bare bones, paired with drumming bass beats that thud with comforting rhythmic regularity.
At a neat 2 minutes 30 seconds, SILK RHODES ‘Pains’ barely gives a first-time listener enough time to put a finger on the classic soul that is so clearly referenced within (hint: it’s Al Green.
Jerry Gorman aka HATCH has been playing violin since he was a boy and he’s taken his classical training to strong and sophisticated production.
Faith Ty, who goes by the stage name CYPHER, is a Brisbane-based singer/songwriter who this year has given us a real taste of what she has to offer in the music world, and at just 16 years old, it seems an extremely promising future awaits.
I found out about Moon Bounce through a remix Henry Krinkle did of the Long Island raised producers 2012 hit ‘Telephone’.
What do you do when you’ve exhausted yourself through Prince’s entire discography.