Hip Hop, Roots
J Dilla, D'Angelo, Hiatus Kaiyote, Roy Ayers , Erykah Badu
Allysha Joy Thhomas Chaser Hazy Hicks Ziggy Zeitgeist Lady D. Danika Smith Lady T. Tiaryn Griggs Reuben Lewis Nate Sametz
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30/70 are Melbourne's original beat disciples.
Rolling with the right ratio their flavour is gritty and soulful, streetwise and sensual exploring hip-hop to jazz to the cosmos and back.
They have been making music and love over jasmine tea in the 3070 for two years now and in December 2015 they released their long awaited LP "The Cold Radish Coma" at a sold out show at The Gasometer.
The record delivers 30/70's signature hypnotic groove panorama drenched in love, weed, meditation, and spirituality and sold out in only a month.
With the addition of the ineffable Allysha Joy and her soul sisters, 30/70 is the soundtrack to your cosmic dreams and nights of desire.
The band has played alongside such acts as Sampa the Great, Ngaiire, Swooping Duck and Clever Austin of Hiatus Kaiyote, Remi, GL, Koi Child and Vulture Street Tape Gang to name a few.
Join us in the dank deliquium.
These beats are bangin.
“Stirring melodies, tight as fuck instrumentals and otherworldly compositions.”
BRADLEY ZERO, RHYTHM SECTION, UK
“Cold Radish Coma is similar in tone and style to beloved classics by Erykah Badu, D’Angelo, and Lauryn Hill, but the execution is stranger and more abstracted than anything they’ve put out. On a structural level it’s closer to what someone like Flying Lotus does, with fragments and songs blurring together into a single extended jazzy stoner suite.”
FLUX BLOG, BROOKLYN
“weird and wonderful blend of short skits and fully flushed, soulful songs. Loose live grooves and lo-fi, head-nod funk”
BANDCAMP NEW AND NOTABLE
“Future soul and hip hop meet in the middle via jaunty boom bap. The whole record is bathed in a warmly lo-fi soft focus… The comparisons to Hiatus Kaiyote are obvious, but maybe a bit unfair. This takes the edge off in a way that HK doesn't and fronts with a full-length that seems more fully realised too”