RELEASE NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO:
“Dancing Room” EP Out December 8th via
Prep School Recordings & BEHM Records
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“Sounding like a cross between Gesaffelstein’s dark techno and Shiba San’s filthy tech, Australian newcomers Human Movement are an act to listen out for. For fans of tracks like Gesa’s “Control Movement” and Destructo’s “Higher,” you’ll definitely find your new favorite in “To Be.” Keep your eyes and ears on Human Movement in 2015, we predict big things and even bigger sounds.”
– NEST HQ ON “TO BE”
“Part rasping low-end romp, part subtle vocal house offering, “Paradise” strikes a fine balance between two worlds that seldom successfully work hand-in-hand..the outset of their musical career rings like a door opening for the wider world and their native territory to the true versatility now available to house music in 2015.”
– DANCING ASTRONAUT ON “PARADISE”
Returning after unprecedented success with a series of one-off singles, Australian duo Human Movement, are gearing up for the release of their debut EP “Dancing Room” out December 8th. Comprised of 19-year-old Blake Gilray and 21-year old Edward MacDonald, the pair premiered the first taste of the new EP, “5:00 AM,” world-wide after catching the ear of Anna Lunoe who played it on her Apple Music Beats 1 radio show. Now the boys are treating us to the next installment of the project- a visual for EP title track, “Dancing Room” that sees their sweltering tech-house rhythms brought to life. “We wanted to communicate what the Human Movement experience was like,” said Gilray and MacDonald in a statement on the concept of the video, “and who you become when you enter “The Dancing Room.”
Looking forward to the remainder of the EP, fans can anticipate the full release of “5:00 AM,” and two additional singles, “Robots Have A Voice,” and “Better Off Dead” featuring hype-worthy Deadmau5 signee Eekkoo.
Having begun just over a year ago, what started as a passion project for two teenaged friends, evolved into the signing of a release with German tastemaking label Exposure Music, airtime on Australia’s prolific Triple J radio, and a fan-demanded tour across their home country. Overseas, the boys began seeing a thriving fanbase, catching the attention of Complex, Dancing Astronaut, Nest HQ, Indie Shuffle, Music Ninja, and more, who all praised their releases. In Europe, their single “Stranger” found its way into the playlist of 3,500 H&M stores across the continent.
Now ready to close the year after touring alongside Wild Culture and Rabbits Eat Lettuce, receiving a nomination as Stoney Roads‘ “Breakthrough Act Of The Year,” and landing a headlining slot of Australia’s Strawberry Fields Festival, the boys will be releasing their “Dancing Room” EP on their very own label BEHM. Despite this being the first release on the newly founded label, BEHM has already received backing from Sony Music in Australasia, and in the US, from viral sensation Dr.Fresch’s Prep School Records.