Generate – Flash 89
If you haven’t heard of Flash 89 by now—well then—let me introduce you. Formerly known as Rubberteeth and one half of Señor Roar, Flash 89 is no stranger to the production game. After being commissioned for remixes of Pnau, Kyle Watson and Yolanda Be Cool, and getting added to Spotify’s Mint playlist, Flash 89 is one to watch. His first single Generate is a tech house stomper with a deep, catchy groove. Have a listen below:
Pleasures – Godlands
Queen Deity and former host of Fresh 92.7’s The Kitchen, Godlands keeps climbing from strength to strength following her latest release, Pleasures. Fresh off the back of the national Touch Bass tour, Godlands is getting booked left, right, and centre for shows and festivals all around the country. Pleasures is an eclectic mix of classic trap beats and floaty synth chords. You can catch her on support for Jauz, along with fellow Freshie Dancespace and Adelaide legend Señor Roar, at HQ on April 24.
Wasted – Peking Duk (Motez remix)
One of Adelaide’s most beloved exports and all-round legend Motez has released his take on Peking Duk’s Wasted and completely transformed it with some dark synths, creating a deep tech house vibe. Dive in below to have a listen:
High Sierra – Wolfjay
Songwriter, producer, instrumentalist – is there anything that local talent Wolfjay can’t do? His new short ‘n’ sweet track High Sierra (currently featured on triple j’s Unearthed Best New Music Spotify playlist) is dripping with colourful, poppy synths and comforting vocals from fellow Adelaidean Bjéar. Listen below to let this dreamy track evoke the nostalgia deep within your soul:
Skeletar – K21 featuring Lakutis (produced by Strict Face)
This punchy grime-meets-hip hop track from K21 is produced by fellow Adelaidean Strict Face. The two artists have each had their fair share of successes in the past few months, with K21 supporting 360 at his recent Adelaide show at The Gov, and Strict Face playing a set at the latest Aussie Boiler Room in Melbourne with Nina Las Vegas. You can catch K21 on tour at HQ on May 11.
Warning: this track contains explicit language.