Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Bon Iver, Laxcity, Fela Kuti


band members

Simbarashe Chinomona


Influences

Kanye West, Bon Iver, Billy Davis


Unearthed artists we like

Kaiit, BILLY DAVIS, Françoistunes, JANEVA


Bio

Hailing from the westside of Melbourne the African Musician “Simba Andrews” creates lush and filmic music inspired by soul, hip hop and underground electronic music.

In early 2019 Simba Andrews teamed up with Nashville singer “Still Haze” to release his new single, "Little Island" featuring trumpeter Felix Meredith. “Little Island” garnered over 100,000 plays along with placements on Apple Music’s “Today’s Chill” Playlist and Airtime on Triple J. Simba has also been featured on BBC 1 Radio, Spotify’s “Fresh Finds” Playlist and a myriad of other places

Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

02 Oct 2019

Triple J
50

One of the best remixes I've heard thus far. Maybe even the best. It's quality, it's succinct and SOOO smooth. Like wow kinda smooth. The extra added elements is clever and creative. Just really enjoyable. Killiinnggg it Simba!

One of the best remixes I've heard thus far. Maybe even the best. It's quality, it's succinct and SOOO smooth. Like wow kinda smooth. The extra added elements is clever and creative. Just really enjoyable. Killiinnggg it Simba!

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

02 Oct 2019

Triple J
45

Adding those (en)chanting vocals takes this to another place.

Adding those (en)chanting vocals takes this to another place.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

29 Sep 2019

Triple J
45

Don't be fooled, even though this feels well mixed and at times restrained, Simba has added HEAPS here. From chanted backing vox to horns to new vocals and extra percussion. He's also doing what I once heard Rufus Du Sol advise young remixers to do - make your mind up about what you want to do and stick to it the whole way through. I'm thoroughly impressed.

Don't be fooled, even though this feels well mixed and at times restrained, Simba has added HEAPS here. From chanted backing vox to horns to new vocals and extra percussion. He's also doing what I once heard Rufus Du Sol advise young remixers to do - make your mind up about what you want to do and stick to it the whole way through. I'm thoroughly impressed.