Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop


Sounds like

Portishead , The Avalanches , DJ Shadow , Flying Lotus


band members

Jacob Aedam - Production/Mixing


Influences

Alejandro Jodorowsky, Quentin Tarantino, Madlib , Spaghetti Western, Psychedelia


Unearthed artists we like

Buddy Ryan, Ceylon Rose, Jordan Dennis


Bio

Melbourne Producer Jacob Aedam has been sketching his sonic storytelling through foley-driven instrumental beats.

Forever lurking in the shadows at gigs and studios across Australia & Europe, Aedam has silently been honing his craft, delivering narrative based musical projects in physical format, during a progressively digital world.

“It made sense to me that listening to music should be an immersive experience.” Jacob Aedam’s first EP of 2020; ‘Lone Mountain’ is a ‘kaleidoscopic-noir’ murder/mystery accompanied by it’s visual counter-part ‘Who Shot Bill?’, A 66-page photo book documenting the journey of protaginst; Jack McCall while on the run in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Now that all copies of Who Shot Bill? & Lone Mountain have sold out, Aedam looks to bring sections from the narrative to life through music videos and vocal features; taking on the personas of characters in his story.

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

29 Mar 2021

Triple J
45

Looks like we've got a really exciting producer on our hands. Nothing but impressive. The production is unreal, Jacob! It's got this rich, sophisticated, brooding energy and Buddy on vocals goes hand in hand.

Looks like we've got a really exciting producer on our hands. Nothing but impressive. The production is unreal, Jacob! It's got this rich, sophisticated, brooding energy and Buddy on vocals goes hand in hand.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

19 Mar 2021

Triple J
45

One of those great moments where you listen to something for the first time and find yourself wondering "yo, who and what the fuck is this???". A real statement from Jacob, it's a laidback lesson in steez and style.

One of those great moments where you listen to something for the first time and find yourself wondering "yo, who and what the fuck is this???". A real statement from Jacob, it's a laidback lesson in steez and style.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

12 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

it's ominous stuff, genuinely feels like danger is approaching and i'm steeling myself for what emerges from the shadows.

it's ominous stuff, genuinely feels like danger is approaching and i'm steeling myself for what emerges from the shadows.