Project into the Godlands

Project into the Godlands: Australian manufacturer Godlands were given her get started in digital tune in the future on math elegance when she and a chum weren’t doing any paintings.

“She confirmed me The Bloody Beetroots ‘Cornelius’ tune video and right away I sought after to grow to be a DJ,” she says. “I spent each and every paycheck making an attempt to shop for DJ apparatus. Spending maximum nights discovering new tune and burning them onto CDs so I may play them very loudly in my bed room (a lot to my mum’s disapproval). When I had all of the equipment I used to be doing 7-hour space events for $100, the oldsters have been loving that deal. After I became 18, I used to be approached by way of a nightclub proprietor to play hip hop at a membership, consider I had most effective learnt space tune so getting booked for a hip hop gig was once lovely intimidating since hip hop is made utterly other to deal with. I’ve at all times mentioned if you understand how to combine hip hop, you’ll combine anything else. It began to get severe after I determined to begin making my very own tune. Minimize to now and I’m travelling the sector doing one thing I really like. I believe extraordinarily fortunate.”

She describes her sound nowadays as “a bit of little bit of the whole lot.”

“I have a tendency to make numerous other genres, entice, bass space, long run, dnb, hip-hop,” she says. “I believe simply all of the ones genres intertwine with every different in addition to different influences of explicit sounds. It’s in reality a guessing recreation to be truthful. I believe it simply comes all the way down to power. I love to pack my tracks with power.”

Godlands says that the digital tune scene in Australia has been an actual slog throughout the pandemic.

“Our trade was once nearly deserted by way of our govt and so the domino impact of venues being close down, fairs being continuously rescheduled or cancelled or each, jobs being misplaced and no possible way out – it might in reality do numerous injury to artists and the ones inside the tune trade,” she says. “For me, the one factor that were given me thru and if truth be told helped me as an artist was once to stay operating and stay bettering. It form of gave me an excuse to fasten myself away and paintings on my artwork. These days we’ve kicked again into equipment and are in any case striking on displays, excursions and fairs which were so desperately wanted over the past two years. Then again it does really feel like it’s a must to reintroduce your self particularly as a result of we misplaced two years of traveling demographic. It’s ordinary however I’m thankful to be again at it once more!”

The brand new unmarried is “TELL ME.”

“About six months in the past, Brad (Tisoki) asked WIPS/demos for a mixture he was once operating on,” Godlands says. “He in reality preferred the unique concept of ‘TELL ME’ and sought after to leap on it and paintings a few of his magic. That he did! It was once a perfect simple procedure and we each in reality get alongside so we smashed it out and it’s now what it’s nowadays. Tremendous simple collaboration and tremendous a laugh, I believe so stoked to have labored with a bucket record artist of mine.”

Taking a look forward, Godlands has masses deliberate for this yr.

“I’ve my GODSP33D EP with Monstercat freeing later this yr and these days getting in combination an AUS/NZ mini excursion in June/July,” she says. “I’m stoked to mention I’ll even be heading to Amsterdam for ADE in October which can be improbable as I’ve by no means been to Europe so I will be able to’t wait.”

Project into the Godlands: Godlands’ “TELL ME” unmarried is out now.

Updated: May 18, 2022 — 1:35 pm