Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop


Sounds like

Golden Vessel, Justin Timberlake, The Weeknd, Oscar Key Sung, Galimatias, Joji


band members

SPECTORAL


Website

www.linktr.ee/spectoral

Bio

⁃ Insta: https://instagram.com/spectoral
⁃ Spotify / Apple Music: https://linktr.ee/spectoral
⁃ YouTube: https://youtube.com/spectoral
⁃ TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@spectoral

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Triple J Music Director Dave Ruby Howe describes Spectoral as an artist who "can be relied on to deliver highly detailed productions with unshakable earworm qualities at their core". Nimbly weaving in subversive electronic sound design, Spectoral experiments with ultramodern hip-hop and pioneering alternative R&B, pushing the boundary into cutting-edge pop.

A pivotal committee member of the not-for-profit Beat Collective (beatcollective.net), Spectoral possesses an impressive rap sheet of industry ties. He's worked with notable Australian heavyweights, including Blake Malone (Amy Shark), Alex Braithwaite (SLUMBERJACK, Yvng Jalapeño), ALIUS, Tim McArtney (LANKS), Ben Feggans (The Kite String Tangle, Ngaiire), Robin Waters (Darling James) just to name a few.

Spectoral's music has been compared favourably to Golden Vessel, The Weeknd, Joji, Flume, SOHN and Galimatias in press coverage by NOTION, PILERATS, MYSTIC SONS, and more. He's been aired on radio stations including Triple J, Triple J Unearthed, SYN, Radio Adelaide and others.

In 2018, Spectoral's single Movin' On was selected by Spotify Editorial for their coveted Lotus playlist.

Not one to leave fans wanting, the singer-songwriter producer continued to build upward momentum with a string of singles throughout 2020, leading to his latest EP, DARKNESS MAY FIND US, in Jan 2021.

To date, the six track EP has been streamed over 16,000 times, its songs lovingly residing in a jaw-dropping 184 playlists in 78 countries.

SOCIALS & PRESS COVERAGE: https://linktr.ee/spectoral

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

05 Mar 2021

Triple J
35

This ones a gentle flow, an enormous water slide but on a very timid gradient. There's hints of R&B and electronic pop, jousting for supremacy.

This ones a gentle flow, an enormous water slide but on a very timid gradient. There's hints of R&B and electronic pop, jousting for supremacy.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

05 Mar 2021

Triple J
35

some interesting twists and turns in that production with the left field rnb vibe running through it too.

some interesting twists and turns in that production with the left field rnb vibe running through it too.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

26 Aug 2020

Triple J
35

This has got all the slow burning sizzle and heavy stares of The Weeknd - but he's in a Melbourne lockdown and getting to know every single preset and plugin at his disposal.

This has got all the slow burning sizzle and heavy stares of The Weeknd - but he's in a Melbourne lockdown and getting to know every single preset and plugin at his disposal.