Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


Sounds like

Anderson. Paak, Mac Miller, BROCKHAMPTON


band members

Charbel Rico Finbar Ben Riley James


Influences

Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, The Who, Tame Impala, Al Green, Kanye West, Jamiroquai


Unearthed artists we like

Charbel, Sumatra, Ms. Thandi, Maina Doe, RISSA, blüsh


Bio

BoomChild is a music collective based in Sydney. Forming through unconventional means, the group of eclectic artists and creatives met through Instagram and an appreciation of their unique individual styles of music to create a musical collaboration. Introducing… BoomChild.

Coming from different regions across NSW, their music is reflective of their environments in which they grew up, with the calm soulful breeze of Wollongong’s coastal beaches mixing with the soothing serenity from The Blue Mountains, and the urban flavour of Sydney’s inner suburbs. BoomChild has created a sound that is truly exciting and refreshing in the Australian music scene.

Bringing together RnB, electronic, hip hop, soul and funk infused sounds - like a love child between Stevie Wonder, Kaytranada and Anderson Paak. - debut single “Every Little Thing” is the first taste of music from this unstoppable new collaborative group.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

10 Aug 2020

Triple J
45

Dripping with steeeeez. Ooof.

Dripping with steeeeez. Ooof.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

30 Jul 2020

Triple J
45

BoomChild strutting their slinky smooth grooves and sexy af style and I am obsessed. The attitude and pop are off the hook. Best thing I've heard all week!

BoomChild strutting their slinky smooth grooves and sexy af style and I am obsessed. The attitude and pop are off the hook. Best thing I've heard all week!

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

29 Jul 2020

Triple J
50

I think... I think I have to give this five stars. The hook alone is worth it but then the production choices and the confidence across the bars. How could I not?

I think... I think I have to give this five stars. The hook alone is worth it but then the production choices and the confidence across the bars. How could I not?