Artist info

Genre

Dance, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Lime Cordiale, Parcels, Jungle, Cosmo's Midnight, The Jungle Giants


band members

Tim Aitken - Vocals, Guitar and Keys Sam Aitken - Vocals


Influences

The 1975, Parcels, Jungle, Tame Impala, Last Dinosaurs


Website

www.sametimemusic.com

Bio

Sunshine Coast brothers Tim and Sam Aitken learned their instinctive ‘Pop logic’ from the streets. Despite their years (Tim, 22 and Sam, 19) they have spent the last 10 years developing a reputation as one of the Sunny Coast`s hardest working acts.

Sametime now release on their own label, Duckfeet Records and are currently working hard and smart with some of Australia’s best producers to carve out their own distinctive pop sound. Sametime's new single 'Moving On' and their forthcoming EP tells of the ecstatic uppers and brutal downers of youthful hedonism.

Review

Moving On

SAMETIME

Review by Jess Perkins Jess Perkins

03 Sep 2021

Triple J
40

The production on this is sliiiiiick, and it's really fun and catchy. It's got that disco feel that I love and that makes you want to move, and it's an upbeat energy we need right now. Love it!

The production on this is sliiiiiick, and it's really fun and catchy. It's got that disco feel that I love and that makes you want to move, and it's an upbeat energy we need right now. Love it!

Review

Moving On

SAMETIME

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

19 Aug 2021

Triple J
40

a perfect first song you hear in the morning type release from sametime. this will put some serious pep in your step!

a perfect first song you hear in the morning type release from sametime. this will put some serious pep in your step!

Review

Moving On

SAMETIME

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

16 Aug 2021

Triple J
45

Rated this one 4 stars to begin with but had to bump it up another notch cos it really is the best I've heard from SAMETIME and represents an exciting new chapter for the band. Slick as per usual but they've unlocked a dizzy indie-disco touch that takes the track to another level.

Rated this one 4 stars to begin with but had to bump it up another notch cos it really is the best I've heard from SAMETIME and represents an exciting new chapter for the band. Slick as per usual but they've unlocked a dizzy indie-disco touch that takes the track to another level.