Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie


Sounds like

Toro y Moi, Avalanches, RJD2, J Dilla, Baynk, Onra, Flying Lotus


band members

Sebastian Morales


Influences

Jon Hopkins, Tame Impala, Lapalux, King Krule, Shigeto, Bjork, Radiohead, Moderat, Knxwledge, Ian Kirkpatrick


Website

Bio

Sebastian Morales is an electronic musician and producer from Sydney. Bearing the stage name Reggie Banks, Sebastian is driven by nostalgia and melodic beauty, creating bold and undeniably catchy hip-hop style/electronic style beats. With his unrelenting loyalty to the past and his passion for the future, Sebastian sits on the cusp of two worlds, creating an entirely new audible experience for his audience. Using different beat machines, samplers, and synths, he weaves intricate melodic riffs over strong and choppy beats. In addition to his passion for performing, Sebastian also loves working in the studio. With an engineering background, Sebastian has collaborated and produced for multiple local and international artists.

Review

Review by Ilai Swindells Ilai Swindells

21 Sep 2020

Triple J
40

I really like that you called this track "Median" because you mess with the tempo so much in those breakdowns, it's like the eye of the storm then it lifts and drops again. Clever. You Clever. Also hits like Studio 54 turnt on its ear.

I really like that you called this track "Median" because you mess with the tempo so much in those breakdowns, it's like the eye of the storm then it lifts and drops again. Clever. You Clever. Also hits like Studio 54 turnt on its ear.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

30 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

Really drawn to the warm soulful sounds and glowing production.

Really drawn to the warm soulful sounds and glowing production.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

23 Jun 2020

Triple J
40

Those keys and the ambient sounds you've underlaid here, from the water to static... it's pure bliss. Let's not sell TASHKA short though, she bodied this too.

Those keys and the ambient sounds you've underlaid here, from the water to static... it's pure bliss. Let's not sell TASHKA short though, she bodied this too.