Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Chet Faker, Alt J, Winston Surfshirt


band members

Christian Patey, Kayla Smart , Andrew Kidd


Influences

James Blake, RUFUS, Jack Garret


Unearthed artists we like

London Topaz , Isabel


Bio

The euphoric sights and sounds one associates with the Australian Sunshine Coast could easily be likened to the dreamily soulful music produced by one of its most captivating artists, Christian Patey.

Christian Patey has been joining forces with electronic producers from across the world to create a new, effortlessly cool sound for himself.

He has collaborated with Jimmy2sox ( one half of Flight Facilities. UK beat-maker Alabaster, well known Brisbane lads Yes You, and in 2018 landed a vocal sample on Rae Sremmurds album Sr3MM (The Weeknd,Pharrell, Travis Scott) also had his vocals sampled on PARTYNEXTDOOR'S album PX3 with credits along side Drake.

Christian is reeling from a massive 2017/2018 with single 'Is This Real' premiered on Triple J and added to rotation on Double J, followed by two other singles ‘High’ and ‘Cant Get Enough’ both played continually on Triple J Unearthed along with three east coast tours. Following a previous release of ‘Safe to say you’re free’ produced by Jimmy2sox sold out TASH SULTANA, BOOSEEKA and TIJUANA CARTEL suppor shows and festivals.

Christians latest single 'Critics" is set for releasee Feb 8th he is
currently writing and recording an album set for release early 2019, with a festival set wrapped up in Coffs Harbour over christmas playing along side Boo Seeka and Thundamentals christian is expanding his music horizons and is excited for 2019.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Feb 2019

Triple J
40

it sits comfortably in 2nd gear and lets you bounce along in such a chilled manner.

it sits comfortably in 2nd gear and lets you bounce along in such a chilled manner.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 Feb 2018

Triple J
40

a left of centre soulful mystery

a left of centre soulful mystery

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

20 Apr 2017

Triple J
40

A soulful and smooth little jam. Christian's voice works well here. The chinky-chinky guitar part is a nice touch.

A soulful and smooth little jam. Christian's voice works well here. The chinky-chinky guitar part is a nice touch.