Electronic, Hip Hop, Pop (#pcmusic #bratpop #artpop #electronic #dance #sassy)
Electronic, Indie, Pop
Brisbane 3-piece MTNS are all about textured synths, striking melodies and downtempo beats. Their beautiful, ambient, electronic pop won them the opportunity to open our BIGSOUND showcase event on Wednesday, September 11 at Oh Hello in Brisbane.
Tell us about your music - how did you develop your sound?
Our music blends the band dynamic with electronic sounds. Usually I (Tom) start writing songs on the guitar or keyboard, from there it's working on the computer with sounds, samples and MIDI. I like to work on my vocal melody and lyrics as the song grows and progresses. Working on the computer is great for us because we can really explore and form the song together.
You’re one of the winners of our BIGSOUND competition and will be playing the triple j Unearthed showcase event on Wednesday, September 11, at Oh Hello in Brisbane. What are you hoping to gain from your BIGSOUND experience?
We wanna have a fun night and play our best! We're looking forward to hanging out and making some new friends. You never know who you could bump into at Bigsound.
What can the crowd at the triple j Unearthed showcase expect from the MTNS live show?
Drums, guitars, vocals and synths!
What are you guys doing when you’re not making music?
Mostly we are hanging out at our jobs, working on music or spending time with our girlfriends...at least me and Robbie are ;)
What else is coming up for you in 2013?
We just started the Tigertown tour last week, so we're looking forward to some more shows. We've been working hard finishing up some more songs for our next release as well.
Australian music is…?
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Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop
Gold Coast, QLD
Delve into the flittery, electronic world of QLD producer Arthur Wimble, where modern cuts mix into retro chillwave.
Byron Bay four-piece PLTS are the local winners of our Splendour In The Grass competition. They'll be taking their anthemic indie rock sounds to the Ampitheatre stage of Splendour at midday on Saturday, July 23.
Can’t reveal too many goodies at this point in time, but I can say we’ll have new music to follow up from ‘On and On’ closer than expected, as well as a few more really exciting things to announce down the track. We’ll be writing a shit load of new material and just really keeping the momentum up towards summer and into the New Year. Plenty of gigs and new bands to meet, pedals to buy and just good vibes overall!