Dance, Electronic, Indie
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Myles & Oscar Sach-Haber
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Hailing from the inner-suburbs of Melbourne, Two Can are putting their own stamp on today's indie-electronic landscape. Consisting of brothers Oscar, a jazz percussionist and Myles, an audio-engineering student – Two Can have had music coursing through their veins since a very young age. From percussion to guitar, keys to brass; the boys have developed into a multi-instrumental and composition power-house. Two Can isn't about the next big single – it's about music development as a whole.
In the two short years since launching, the boys have garnered global awareness for their unique and euphoric sound. From putting their own spin on remixes for Carmada (OWSLA), FatherDude (etcetc), and Viceroy ft. Penguin Prison, to gaining support on Triple J's Unearthed for originals 'Fire', 'Your Girl', and 'Double Edge' - Two Can have stormed into the music scene without remorse.
Dancing Astronaut, Stoney Roadsand This Song is Sick are just a few of the blogs to feature the pair. Couple that with a #1 on the Aria Club Charts for their remix of Benson's 'Step to Me' and two #1's on the Hype Machine Charts for remixes of Hopium's 'Dreamers' and Oliver Nelson's 'Found Your Love' - the boys forced the music scene to stand up and listen.
Two Can’s performances include sets at world class festivals Groovin’ The Moo and Your Paradise (Fiji), as well as support shows for KLP, Alison Wonderland and UK superstar Dua Lipa - the boys are well on their way to becoming a staple in Australia’s live music scene. Not content with standing behind the decks, the pair are also working on bringing a full live show to Australia and beyond. Just like their music - Two Can are constantly striving for something beyond outside of what is ‘conventional’.
Up next is their debut EP 'Continuance', set for a September release. "We wanted to express ourselves in a way that's consistent with our background in jazz and blues, but with an electronic contemporary flare" says Myles, "You could almost say this EP has been 20 years in the making – ever since we picked up our first instrument, we've been building towards this." The EP will feature Brisbane vocalist Savoi who sang on L D R U’s “Next To You” and Sydney songstress Erin Marshall who has leant her voice to cuts from Husky, Allure, Paces and GRMM. With the EP and a slew of new remixes on the way – this is only the beginning for Two Can.