Get your grubby hands on these shiny new releases.
Voxwell Eclipse - .JPG
Fifteen year old DJ/Producer Voxwell Eclipse has released this epic electronic house track, .JPG. The track is a chilled combination of wavy synth effects and tropical vibes and is incredibly produced for someone who only began experimenting with music production two years ago. We can definitely see Voxwell Eclipse doing big things, so go ahead and have a groove to this track.
Strict Face – Rogue Park
Strict Face has released his single Rogue Park through Nina Las Vegas’s very exciting label, NLV Records. The track has some very futuristic beats with a very unique and experimental sound. The wobbling beat reminds me of a robotic video game and it the perfect contrast for more chilled melodic synths. Strict Face also announced via his Facebook page that, “It won't be the only thing I'll be putting out on this label.” We can’t wait!
Luke Million – Archetype ft. Jeswon
Adelaide’s Luke Million has just released this little funky track with Jeswon from hip-hop crew, Thundamentals. Archetype is a groovy little 80s track with disco synths and drum machines with electro-funk fitting vocals from Jeswon. You can possibly find Luke Million playing it live at Lucky’s Beach Club on Friday, details here.
Hunt – Destructive (Empire Pt. 1)
Hunt is electronic indie-pop singer-songwriter, Madeline Hunt, who has released her single, Destructive (Empire Pt.1). The gorgeous powerful R&B vocals sits on a bed of funky electro beats with the sound of Hunt's cat's bell ringing in the chorus. We Cannot wait for what is next for the alternative pop artist as she releases a new single each month.
Brokers – Run/Hide (ft. Jesse Davidson)
Adelaide’s electronic four piece, Brokers, just put up their track Run/Hide on Triple J Unearthed which features Jesse Davidson on vocals and you can listen to it here. It is a laid back, electronic dream-pop track with reverbed vocals trickling in amongst wistful synths. It's smooth and dreamy and perfect for lazy spring days. Brokers are also due to release their album out in early December.
Header Image via Hunt's Facebook Page
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