Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


band members

Kerry, Izzy & Libby


Influences

Koi Child, The Internet, KAYTRANADA


Unearthed artists we like

First Beige , Sumner, Demon Days, Ella Haber


Website

www.pinkmatterband.com

Bio

Pink Matter are redefining what it is to be an all-female band. Following a long line of women doing it better for themselves - from The Supremes, to Destiny's Child, The Spice Girls, TLC, HAIM, and all the talented powerful women in between - Pink Matter are shaping this tradition in their own way on Australian shores. Crafting a unique intersection between neo-soul, jazz and dance genres, the three-piece have quickly developed a devoted following in their hometown of Brisbane and beyond. Evoking notable hints of KAYTRANADA, The Internet and Koi Child, their debut 5 track EP Human Error (grammy-nominated engineer/producer Nick Herrera) was released in August 2018, and the group have since then earned support slots for Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Harvey Sutherland and The Internet and booked for the country’s biggest festivals, Laneway and Splendour In The Grass.

Review

Review by Ilai Swindells Ilai Swindells

27 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

So a silky upper wasn't expecting that switch-up round 2:15 either! Can't wait to get dancey with this one. Those keys are low-key glorious too.

So a silky upper wasn't expecting that switch-up round 2:15 either! Can't wait to get dancey with this one. Those keys are low-key glorious too.

Review

Review by Nkechi Anele Nkechi Anele

21 Aug 2020

Triple J
45

"You'll never know!" is echoing through my brain. PM's unique dancefloor energy spellbinds me.

"You'll never know!" is echoing through my brain. PM's unique dancefloor energy spellbinds me.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

14 Aug 2020

Triple J
45

When leisure travel in outer space finally becomes common place, this is the record I'm gonna be hitting as I slowly travel past Saturn's rings

When leisure travel in outer space finally becomes common place, this is the record I'm gonna be hitting as I slowly travel past Saturn's rings