Infinite Artist Spotlight

Infinite Artist Spotlight – Feat. The Indians, Nakatomi, Rødhåd, Oddisee

This week’s Infinite Artist Spotlight features a local indie pop/punk band, an 80’s influenced, electronic, pop duo from Adelaide, a techno DJ/producer from Berlin and a critically acclaimed MC/producer from Washington DC.

The Indians
The Indians are a five piece Australian band formed in 2010. Their sound is described as edgy and unique, mixed in a world between indie, Britpop and punk. The band have made in-roads internationally with their first single ‘Into the Darkness’ landing a sync on Emmy Award winning program Shameless Season 4 (featuring Joan Cusack and William H Macy).
Sounds like… a gel of Sticky Fingers, Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks and The White Stripes
For fans of… Arctic Monkeys, The Kooks and Franz Ferdinand.
See The Indians Live…
To celebrate the release of the official video for their new single “Unsatisfied”, The Indians will be playing shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle. Passes to their show at Brighton Up Bar this Friday are now available to Infinite members.
Take a listen…


Nakatomi
Nakatomi came together through the collaboration of long term muso mates Em and Hamish. The duo hailing from Adelaide, began writing and demoing together and from there, their brand of 80s influenced, dark wave pop was born.  Their new single “The Knife” features sound design from Badcop (Tkay Maidza), production and mixing from Melbourne producer/engineer Jimi Maroudas (Kimbra, Bertie Blackman), with tracking done at the amazing Chapel Lane Studios in Adelaide.
Sounds like… The Knife, Depeche Mode, Peaches, Robyn.
For fans of… Neon drenched, eighties inspired electro-pop
See Nakatomi live… Nakatomi will be playing tonight at Oxford Art Factory. Passes to their show are now available to Infinite members.
Take a listen… 


Rødhåd
Rødhåd has been socialized by Berlin’s looptechno nights and always finds the perfect balance of timeless techno to lift the dancefloor higher and higher. His style is always deep, powerful and melancholic – from dub to techno and back to house.
Rødhåd has played at clubs all over the world and in 2012 was selected by Resident Advisor as the “Break Through Artist of the Year”.
Sounds like… Fiedel, Marcel Dettmann, MPIA3, Alex.Do
For fans of… ambient, dubtechno, techno and house
See Rødhåd live…
Rødhåd will be playing this Friday at the Oxford Art Factory. Passes are now available to Infinite members.
Take a listen… 


Oddisee
Critically acclaimed MC and Producer, Oddisee may not be a Hip Hop Household name, but his resume boasts of mixtapes, rap albums, instrumental LPs, side-projects and collabs with everyone from DJ Jazzy Jeff, to The Roots, and Joey Bada$$. Known in the music industry for his independence, and consistently debunking the scatterbrained artist myth – Oddisee does everything from booking international tours, photography, marketing and promoting himself and other artists.
His new album “The Good Fight” has received airplay on Double J and FBI Radio and has been labelled by Pitchfork as “eclectic soulful boom-bap.” This is a record that reminds you that it’s music before it’s hip-hop.
Sounds like… Apollo Brown, Blu & Exile, Yellow Jacket, Slum Village
For fans of… “eclectic soulful boom-bap”
See Oddisee live… Oddisee will be performing live this Sunday at the Oxford Art Factory. Passes will be available to Infinite members from 12 noon this Friday.
Take a listen… 


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