Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Chet Faker , Rufus, Lorde


band members

Vincent Sole


Influences

Chet Faker , Lorde, FKA Twigs, Childish Gambino, Clean Bandit, Yuna, Fleetwood Mac, SOHN, Safia, Allday, Broods, Thief, AlunaGeorge, Sinead Harnett, SBTRKT, Banks, Kwabs, Asgeir, The Weeknd, alt-J


Unearthed artists we like

Snakadaktal, Flume, Vallis Alps, Client Liaison


Bio

Vincent Sole is back. He barely left us. The Melbourne beat maker and vocalist has been a busy boy since dropping his last pair of singles in early 2017. He sold out his first ever headline hometown show, jumped on support duties for the likes of Crooked Colours and KLP, toured nationally with US pop starlet MAX. Then something big happened: Vincent’s flip of ‘Homemade Dynamite’ was named a finalist in triple j’s remix competition, meaning that one of his idols and biggest influences, Lorde, would be listening to his music and judging it amongst his peers.

So it’s good timing that Vincent returns with his latest cut, ‘New Vibe’. Throwing back to his earliest work, ‘New Vibe’ rediscovers a love for stripping things back, only this time he’s armed with an arsenal of hooks as his voice continues to grow and evolve. With Malcolm Besley (Northeast Party House, City Calm Down) once again on mixing duties, ‘New Vibe’ is a perfect marriage of everything that has so far allured people to this young talent just barely out of his teens.

Unearthed in 2017

Alison Wonderland Scarehouse Project

12 Nov 2017

Winner

Vincent Sole

Vincent Sole

Aw Yeah! Big love to these winners.

The Scarehouse lineup just even scarier!
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Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

18 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

another late night mover with plenty of bounce and groove and of course vincent's recognisable smokey, sultry vocal.

another late night mover with plenty of bounce and groove and of course vincent's recognisable smokey, sultry vocal.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

03 Jul 2018

Triple J
40

You're not deviating from what you've done on previous releases but if it ain't broke, and all that? Such a distinct and recognizable voice

You're not deviating from what you've done on previous releases but if it ain't broke, and all that? Such a distinct and recognizable voice

Review

Review by Zan Rowe Zan Rowe

08 Nov 2017

Triple J
40

Super slinky, great bass, just a killer song.

Super slinky, great bass, just a killer song.