Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop


Sounds like

Dead prez , the roots, flying lotus, common , funkadelic, sun ra, ancestors, blackness,


band members

Neil morris


Influences

Dead prez, the roots, flying lotus, common, jimi hendrix, eddie hazel, funkadelic, ancestors , sun ra


Website

Bio

DRMNGNOW is yorta yorta, ancient in the now . Prolific performer in Naarm (Melbourne ) for a few years now, mc, instrumentalist, poet, keeper of song, evoking vibrations of lore into the now . Known for experimental beats driven sounds fusing indigneous singing, hip hop, soul, experimental beats and other things that emerge in his genre pushing sound.

Recently released track "Australia Does Not Exist " a potent political analysis of the state of nationhood in this land featuring Philly , Adrian Eagle, Culture Evolves and Pataphysics on co production
. Track has sent enormous waves through the Melbourne music scene with unanimous critical praise locally and globally by hip hop legends included.

Within first month of release recieved Triple J play and play globally including in The USA , Canada and France.

DRMNGNW has shared stages with REMI , Sampa the Great, Joelistics, Nfa Jones , Thundamentals , Black Jesus Experience, and Barney McCall amongst many and is known in Naarm ( Melbourne) as a collaborator with a vision to empower and highlight unique voices of people of first nations and other people's of colour

Expect big things in the next 12 months from the DRMNGNOW.

Review

Indigenous Land (prod River...

DRMNGNOW

Review of Indigenous Land by DRMNGNOW Tommy Faith

13 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

Raps that do justice to the gravity of the topic. A very big song indeed.

Raps that do justice to the gravity of the topic. A very big song indeed.

Review

Indigenous Land (prod River...

DRMNGNOW

Review by Tim Shiel Tim Shiel

11 Jul 2018

Triple J
50

Thank you for writing this song and sharing it

Thank you for writing this song and sharing it

Review

Indigenous Land (prod River...

DRMNGNOW

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

09 Jul 2018

Triple J
45

Not sure how I slept on this. This absolutely kills on every level. Every verse hits so hard, and that production keeps everything in check. Can't stop playing it.

Not sure how I slept on this. This absolutely kills on every level. Every verse hits so hard, and that production keeps everything in check. Can't stop playing it.