Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie


Website

www.slum-sociable.com

Bio

Lo-Fo washed-out jazz hop from Mordialloc’s filthiest animals, Slum Sociable are a duo moving from melancholy and inverted to explorative and experimental. Sugar Mountain is the duo’s first show. Think early ‘90s Bristol and you’ll get it. It’s a fresh of breath air.

Review

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

27 Jan 2015

Triple J
50

Just such a fresh sound! You can hear traces of shuffling jazz, washed out psych, sample-heavy electronica, and even Radiohead, but they come together to form something strikingly unique. Oh, and pairing with Tom 'Scary' Iansek was a genius move. Another EP soon Plz!

Just such a fresh sound! You can hear traces of shuffling jazz, washed out psych, sample-heavy electronica, and even Radiohead, but they come together to form something strikingly unique. Oh, and pairing with Tom 'Scary' Iansek was a genius move. Another EP soon Plz!

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

21 Jan 2015

Triple J
50

Did these guys nail it on the first try? Am I about to answer my own question? Affirmative to both.

Did these guys nail it on the first try? Am I about to answer my own question? Affirmative to both.