The release signals the return of Jayteehazard’s hard-hitting percussion, hooky vocal chops and soaring arpeggiated synths, expertly glued together by glorious and booming sub-sonics. But ‘Red Shift’ also represents the interesting junction where electronic music meets the aesthetic of a humble hip hop kid.
It sees Jayteehazard step into warmer musical territories – with the soulful vocals of Fred Leone on ‘Seen’; the delectable vocal percussion on ‘We Do’; and the infectious, delicate piano on ’Solis’, all demonstrating the union of organic and electronic sounds with supreme precision. His nuanced ‘sample like’ instrumentation sets him apart from his peers, injecting complex dynamics rarely heard in electronic music.
After numerous high profile hip hop production credits (Hilltop Hoods, Briggs), a string of great remixes (Hermitude, One Day), and wild DJ slots at parties such as One Day Sundays. Jayteehazard’s reputation is on the rise.
The ‘Red Shift‘ EP is out now on Elefant Traks.
Available on limited edition red & black vinyl and iTunes
Catch Jayteehazard on One Day’s ‘Many Hands’ Tour.
FRI 17 APRIL – Woolly Mammoth – Brisbane – Tickets
SAT 18 APRIL – Metro Theatre – Sydney – Tickets
SUN 26 APRIL – The Astor Theatre – Perth – Tickets
FRI 1 MAY – The Prince Bandroom – Melbourne – Tickets