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Movement is an instrumental joint which pays homage to the pioneers of electro, and is heavily inspired by the rise of jazz/house music in the Melbourne scene. ** I'M SO EXCITED TO RELEASE NEW MUSIC! Especially this track - we recorded it in my tiny bedroom mid summer while it was reallllllly toasting... bass, drums and keys. Unfortunately I don't have air con in my house. After the jam session, I felt so inspired that I immediately started producing the track, grabbing percussion samples from previous sessions with Lucky Pereira. Inspired by some of my favourite artists at the time (Horatio Luna / Z.F.E.X. / Tiana Khasi / Allysha Joy and Barney McAll), I locked myself in my room with an OB6 synthesizer and recorded overdubs in about 30 minutes. I actually really struggled to put this song out as my previous work is totally different. I wondered how it would fit in and debated about whether or not I considered it "revolutionary" as part of my overall artistry and musical journey. All music I have released has historically explored particular advanced compositional concepts. I felt that this song didn't contain anything exceptionally different to music I had listened to and been inspired by, but perhaps its familiarity was why I was drawn to listening to it and why I LOVED the production process so much. I would say that this track is about the lack of freedom and focus to THINK. At times I have become so busy that I live my life just going from one thing to the next. In those times I find myself thinking about not much at all... music for sure, but other things? What other things? HOPE YOU DIG IT! And if you do, please come to a show: Melbourne - Fri 29 July 2022, 9:30pm at Colour Club Sydney - Sun 31 July 2022, 7pm at Bar Oppil

released July 22, 2022 Keys: Jake Amy Bass: Noah Hutchinson Drums: Al Kennedy Percussion: Lucky Pereira Composed by Jake Amy, Noah Hutchinson and Al Kennedy Recorded by Jake Amy at Loose Llama Studios Produced and mixed by Jake Amy Mastered by Kathy Naunton Single Artwork by Jake Amy "Follow" Jake on Instagram to stay tuned: I acknowledge that this work was created on stolen land. I pay my respects to its Custodians, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. I further acknowledge that this music stems from Black American communities.


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