Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Pop


band members

Timothy Arnott


Website

www.ukiyomusic.com

Bio

Will Smith & Casey Neistat borrow his songs for vlogs. US pop star Pharrell Williams and Dutch DJ Martin Garrix popped him on their playlists. And Swedish vlogger PewDiePie often has his music playing during gaming clips. It’s promotion that money can’t buy & thanks to these big name fans, Perth’s Timothy Arnott has amassed over 27 million streams across DSPs, and syncs with American Eagle, Ripcurl, HBO and Netflix for the handful of electronic songs released under his Ukiyo moniker. The 23 year old multi-instrumentalist and producer produces electronic music that blends across hip-hop, EDM and classical motifs that create an atmosphere that’ll take you anywhere from a road trip to the dance floor.

Ukiyo stepped on the radar with the release of his debut 'Calling' EP, with each of the four tracks dabbling in their own infectious production techniques and sound. 2018 brought new highs with the chart-topping ‘Something Like This’ and the accompanying ‘Fantasy’ EP, which launched a national headline tour, followed by 2019’s 8 track ‘Ukiyo Mixtape, Vol. 1’.

2020 has kicked off with ‘Midnight Sun’, a collaboration with critically acclaimed Atlanta-based producer OTR, featured in Netflix’s To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (Music From The Netflix Film). Ukiyo’s full length debut album is expected to closely follow.

Review

Make it Better (feat. Bajil...

Ukiyo

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

16 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

i closed my eyes and i swear i was just floating above the world with the best view and not a care in the world.

i closed my eyes and i swear i was just floating above the world with the best view and not a care in the world.

Review

Make it Better (feat. Bajil...

Ukiyo

Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

14 Oct 2020

Triple J
45

Sooooooo cool!!! I can hear this at the end of an 80's Hollywood epic!!!

Sooooooo cool!!! I can hear this at the end of an 80's Hollywood epic!!!

Review

Make it Better (feat. Bajil...

Ukiyo

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

14 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

A cinematic, euphoric release. It glitters the whole way through! Just gorgeous!

A cinematic, euphoric release. It glitters the whole way through! Just gorgeous!