For those yet to discover the beauty of Lower Spectrum; the talented producer makes immersive, minimalist electronic music in the vein of Nicolas Jaar, Four Tet and Moby.
He has continuously weaved his ingredients of vinyl samples, warm textures of analog synths and splintering drums around Australia with sets at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Brisbane’s BIGSOUND and Melbourne Music Week, scored art-house films and played support slots for international luminaries Jon Hopkins, Pantha Du Prince, Andy Stott, Flako, Onra and Nightmares On Wax. His track ‘Khlever’ has been streamed over 2 millions times.
The track we exclusively premiere today is Lower Spectrum’s remix of classically-trained LUCIANBLOMKAMP‘s ‘The Overman’. As an artist LUCIANBLOMKAMP embraces the endless possibilities of the electronic medium to make polished yet provocative music, and to deliver live performances that are accomplished and engaging. His musical background and eclectic influences coalesce into a style that is uniquely his own. Following his debut LP “Post-Nature,” LUCIANBLOMKAMP went on to win FBi Radio’s Northern Lights competition, earning him a place on the lineup of the Iceland Airwaves Festival, while also appearing at the likes of Splendour in the Grass, BIGSOUND, and Melbourne Music Week.
“The Overman” is available 29 April on Good Manners