Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


Sounds like

Sampha, The Weeknd, Justin Timberlake, Oscar Key Sung, Daniel Johns


band members

Spectoral


Influences

Boards Of Canada, George Maple, Halsey, Partynextdoor, James Blake, Etta Bond, Gotye, Hayden James


Website

www.instagram.com/spectoral

Bio

Australian born with Mauritian and Slovakian parentage, Spectoral is known for his future soul vibes. His sultry vocals, hip-hop-influenced beats and social media omnipresence has amassed him thousands of monthly listeners on Spotify and over 3200 followers on Instagram over the past year alone.

Spectoral has spent the past few years honing his craft with a plethora of notable industry heavyweights. Readying a 2018 sophomore EP with names such as Tim Watt & Tim McArtney (George Maple, Flume, Touch Sensitive), Ben Feggans (The Kite String Tangle, Ngaiire), Sebastian Ivanhov (Alius, Blake Rose), Robin Waters (Darling James, Ella Hooper) and Klaus 'Heavyweight' Hill (Pnau, Kilter, Ministry of Sound Australia), Spectoral is positioned to kick increasingly ambitious goals.

Continually receiving acclaim from fans, venues and agents for the quality of his live act, the Melbourne-based artist has enjoyed a tonne of radio spins across his home country, airing consistently on indie stations from FBi to SYN, Radio Adelaide, Plenty Valley FM and Bondi Radio to name a few. By mid 2017, he'd charted on Hype Machine and was featured in their Spotify playlist, was invited as a guest for multiple on-air features, television and radio spots with SYN, 1700 and PVFM.

Active on Instagram and other socials (@spectoral) and with monthly listeners frequently in the thousands, Spectoral's rise in popularity among Australian and overseas audiences is occurring under the radars. It’s time this young artist gets on yours.

(Melbourne: Catch Spectoral live @ Horse Bazaar on June 16th, for a massive Single Launch event!)

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Review

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

20 Jun 2018

Triple J
30

I was hooked by that second chorus. It paces well. It's catchy!

I was hooked by that second chorus. It paces well. It's catchy!

Review

Phil82

14 Jun 2018

50

Review

Phil82

14 Jun 2018

50