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Hatch - New Direction

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Sydney producer Hatch hasenjoyed widespread recognition in the Australian bass music scene, building a reputation on jawdropping skills in support of artists including Rusko and Benga.

After releasing on labels such as Top Billin and Play Me Records, a huge response to his ReHatched bootleg series (including covers of Rüfüs’s Sundream and the Duke Dumont hit Need U 100%) and playing support slots to Kilter on his recent Australian tour - Hatchemerges as one of the most diverse and emotive young producers in Australia today. Now entering a new phase of creative output Hatch delivers “New Direction” -a slow jam that sounds like the lovechild of Teddy Riley & Paula Abdul after spending a night together in a time-machine in the year 2500.

Featuring the artist himself on vocals (sounding not unlike Beck in his “Midnight Vultures” phase) “New Direction” is a sublime slice of nouveau futuristic R&B combining Hatch’s classical training with a bass-heavy dance-floor aesthetic.

Remixes come from Triple J endorsed GRMM and newcomer UV Boi (winner of inthemix50 Breakthrough Artist Award) who both deliver body-grinding bass club versions.

SinglesFrank Cotelagrmm, hatch, uv boi