Slumberjack - Enigma (Ft. Grrl Pal)

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Screen Shot 2015-11-20 at 3.47.25 PM SLUMBERJACK first broke out of the public subconscious after appearing as TripleJ’s Unearthed Feature Artist of The Week, since then the Perth pair have continued on to release first single Felon”, debut their self-titled “Slumberjack EP” at #2 on the iTunes Electronic Chart, collaborate and feature on Alison Wonderland’s album (‘Naked feat. Slumberjack’), and grow their live following via a series of sell out shows on the AW Warehouse Tour, Splendor In The Grass and Big sound 2015. With support for their music flowing in from Skrillex, Diplo, Peking Duk, What So Not, UZ, Ta-Ku, SAFIA, Nina Las Vegas, plus over four million spins on Soundcloud SLUMBERJACK now emerge with the next steps in their journey and latest single - ‘Enigma feat. GRRL PAL’.

Continuing on from TripleJ supported single “Horus” (Hype Machine #1 and soon to be featured as the soundtrack to the latest worldwide cosmetic campaign of Tom Ford), the cinematic ‘Enigma’ sees the Perth duo team up with fellow hometown act GRRL PAL and throws the spotlight on homegrown talent for Australian Music Month.

About SLUMBERJACK:

Bass-heavy and bombastic, frenetic yet lush, the music of SLUMBERJACK is born from its Perth-based creators’ passion for contrast. Made up of DJ/producers Morgan Then (a 23-year-old Borneo-bred concert pianist and former world-music artist) and Fletcher Ehlers (a 21-year-old Australia native who taught himself to make electronic music at age 11), the duo dig into their disparate backgrounds to push into thrillingly original sonic territory. Their debut self-titled EP (Onelove) hit #2 on the iTunes electronic chart and was soon featured on best of lists of Majestic Casual, EDM.com, UKF and inthemix. With support of tastemakers including Skrillex and Porter Robinson, Slumberjack are emerging as one of the most exciting and daringly creative acts within Australia’s electronic music scene.

 

“Two of Australia’s most promising next ‘big-thing’ ” - INTHEMIX