Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic


Sounds like

Moss


Influences

Skrillex, Flume, Porter Robinson, Hans Zimmer, Noisia


Website

www.instagram.com/mossmuzic

Bio

Moss is an artist of mystery. After global support and recognition from heavy hitters such as Alison Wonderland, Boombox Cartel, NGHTMRE and more, this wunderkind is set for a takeover. His songs are heavy, with emotions coursing through every phrase. Combine this with his passion for storytelling; Moss is truly a one-of-a-kind artist.

His debut single Lullabye, released independently, reached over 200,000+ plays in a month, a definite sign that you can expect big things to come from the Brisbane boy. His second single Wasteland is a collaboration with Sydney artist Made By Tsuki. Wasteland is an apocalyptic space story, which has turned heads across Australia and premiered on none other than Triple J’s ‘Home and Hosed’. Following up, his recent release with Sydney’s Sippy was picked up by Boogie T’s Drama Club Recordings and has already been supported by some of the industry's heaviest hitters.

Already, Moss has played alongside some of the world’s biggest artists such as Skrillex, RL Grime, Flosstradamus, Baauer, NERO and Marshmello to name a few. If this short warm up is anything to go by, we will be seeing a lot more of Moss on the world's stage in years to come.

Review

From The Start (feat. Kembe...

Moss

Review by Stacy Gougoulis Stacy Gougoulis

23 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

Earns it's biggest moments with its tender touch

Earns it's biggest moments with its tender touch

Review

From The Start (feat. Kembe...

Moss

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

22 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

MOSS goes loco with the bassy drama on this track - but wait! don't go thinking it's just an unmitigated wub-fest. There's nice light and shade here with the high octane elements giving way to an airy, atmospheric vocal.

MOSS goes loco with the bassy drama on this track - but wait! don't go thinking it's just an unmitigated wub-fest. There's nice light and shade here with the high octane elements giving way to an airy, atmospheric vocal.

Review

From The Start (feat. Kembe...

Moss

Review by Ebony Boadu Ebony Boadu

22 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

Love the little pockets of simplicity you kept throughout this, lots of dark and shade teamed with such a pretty voice

Love the little pockets of simplicity you kept throughout this, lots of dark and shade teamed with such a pretty voice