Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop, Indie


Bio

AGUNG MANGO is a fresh new face on the scene but certainly no novice when it comes to performing and music. Hailing from the Western suburbs of Melbourne, Agung Mango previously had spent the majority of his life playing basketball from a young age, but later turned to music as his newfound passion.

The 22 year old rapper draws upon influences from experimental Hip Hop, alternative RnB, Punk, Jazz & Spoken Word – as well as his background of Balinese and Italian cultures, which are reflected through his refreshingly versatile and genre- blending sounds.

Known for his high energy explosive live shows, Agung Mango naturally commands a mesmerising presence on stage and over the recent summer performed at festivals Golden Plains, Spilt Milk & Laneway Festival.

Unearthed in 2020

Laneway Festival

15 Dec 2019

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Agung Mango

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Review

Review by Ebony Boadu Ebony Boadu

09 Dec 2020

Triple J
45

Saw a video of you performing in front of a live band and have never forgotten how cool and powerful it was. Super into this sound for you, fits like a glove. We love a rapper with range!

Saw a video of you performing in front of a live band and have never forgotten how cool and powerful it was. Super into this sound for you, fits like a glove. We love a rapper with range!

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

19 Nov 2020

Triple J
45

Agung & Nikodimos venturing the eff around on this new one and it's SO good. It feels like it's got touches of everything. It's got this smooth, colourful, jazzy feel in the production that you might get from artists like anderson paak. and Agung comes flying through with so much heat in the delivery.

Agung & Nikodimos venturing the eff around on this new one and it's SO good. It feels like it's got touches of everything. It's got this smooth, colourful, jazzy feel in the production that you might get from artists like anderson paak. and Agung comes flying through with so much heat in the delivery.

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Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

19 Nov 2020

Triple J
50

Yo El Rey can downright get it as far as I’m concerned. Hear that cutie flute? That’s your multi-instrumentalist king Nikodimos. The drums? The bass? It’s all Niko, my guy. Those first blissful flute lines you hear waterfalling over a percussive break might make you feel peaced up but Gung coming straight in with “We got ten more minutes m’fucker let’s go!” is the kickstart of the...

Yo El Rey can downright get it as far as I’m concerned. Hear that cutie flute? That’s your multi-instrumentalist king Nikodimos. The drums? The bass? It’s all Niko, my guy. Those first blissful flute lines you hear waterfalling over a percussive break might make you feel peaced up but Gung coming straight in with “We got ten more minutes m’fucker let’s go!” is the kickstart of the angular and aggressive bars that he does so well. Talent.

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