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Artist Profile: bit.ly/unearthme Soundcloud.com/spectoral Instagram.com/spectoral Facebook.com/spectoral Twitter.com/spectoral www.spectoral.com Layering his trademark deep indie R&B vocals across textured downtempo productions, Spectoral has spent the past five years honing his craft with a plethora of notable co-producers and industry engineers such as Tim Watt & Tim McArtney (George Maple, Flume, Touch Sensitive), Sebastian Ivanhov (Alius, Blake Rose, Bec and Sebastian), Robin Waters (The Boat People, Darling James), Emerson Bavinton (Hungry Kids of Hungary), and fellow Beat Collective producers. Since his debut independent EP in 2016, the Melbourne producer has enjoyed a tonne of indie radio spins across his home country, airing consistently on Australian indie stations from FBi to SYN, Radio Adelaide, Plenty Valley FM and Bondi Radio in Sydney to name a few. By mid 2017, he’d been invited as a guest for three lengthy on-air features, television and radio interviews with SYN and 1700, been blogged and playlisted by Hype Machine, reviewed by Triple J Presenters on Unearthed, as well as received acclaim from venue and event bookies for the quality of his live shows. Live show dates continue to pull crowds and affect Spectoral’s monthly listeners. With two sophomore EPs and videos planned for 2018, Spectoral is lined up to kick increasingly ambitious goals. Active on Instagram and other socials (@spectoral) and with over 11,000 minutes of Spotify streams to date, Spectoral's rise in popularity among Australian and overseas audiences is occurring under the radars. It’s time this young artist gets on yours.
Squeak Lemaire

Review

Review by Spectoral Spectoral

19 Jan 2018

50

Dude. Love that downtempo beat that comes in so unexpected after the indie opening. Love that subtle delay hi-fi drone in the background during the pre. Love the arrangement choice to end the track with a bridge. From this producer's ear that's some fiiiiiiiiiine work.

Dude. Love that downtempo beat that comes in so unexpected after the indie opening. Love that subtle delay hi-fi drone in the background during the pre. Love the arrangement choice to end the track with a bridge. From this producer's ear that's some fiiiiiiiiiine work.

Sam Square

Review

Review by Spectoral Spectoral

02 Feb 2018

50

GORGEOUS! Gettin all up in them chill sesh vibes. And then that insane syncopated moombahton inspired drop, doooooope

GORGEOUS! Gettin all up in them chill sesh vibes. And then that insane syncopated moombahton inspired drop, doooooope