Chance Waters – Looking For Something feat. Patience Hodgson

Looking For Something is Chance Waters newest single, and first with Island Records Australia. The song, a trademark duet with Australian vocalist Patience Hodgson (The Grates) captures Chance’s depth of song writing and knack for unforgettable pop hooks. With an up tempo, nostalgic backbeat produced by One Above and peppered with lush strings and horns Chance playfully muses on the idea that home is where the heart lives, or at least it doesn’t require a visa. Chance hails from Sydney’s inner west and is an outspoken vegan and self-confessed internet addict. He has established a uniquely recognizable brand of hip hop backed … Continue reading Chance Waters – Looking For Something feat. Patience Hodgson

Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters is set to burst back onto the Australian music scene with his sophomore record Infinity, due out November 2, 2012 (Permanent Records/Shock). His debut album Inkstains saw him crowned a triple j unearthed featured artist and touring the country regularly, both as a headline act and in support of Australian mainstays such as Bliss N Eso, Illy, Drapht, Pez & 360, and international heavy-weights including Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and The Beatnuts. On the back of an enormously successful lead single Maybe Tomorrow which saw high rotation on triple j, an international theme song sync on National … Continue reading Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters – Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters has come back swinging with Young & Dumb, the under-your-skin-catchy follow up single featuring enchanting Australian songstress, Bertie Blackman, which was exclusively premiered on triple j’s Good Nights with Linda Marigliano tonight. On the seemingly unlikely collaboration, Chance Waters explained that once he had the song concept in mind, he needed the right female vocalist to complete the track. He felt that Bertie Blackman and he were moving in parallel paths in their production, their sound and unusual pop aesthetic. After numerous Skype conversations and e-mails, a friendship was forged and thus commenced this exciting collaboration. With production … Continue reading Chance Waters – Young & Dumb feat. Bertie Blackman

Chance Waters Signs To Permanent Records

Permanent Records, the imprint of Shock Records dedicated to fostering Australia’s local artists, has signed a deal with Sydney’s Chance Waters. His new single Maybe Tomorrow has been in high rotation on triple j for a number of weeks and subsequently added to a slew of stations and networks nationally, flying to #9 on the most added national radio chart. Maybe Tomorrow has remained steadfast in the iTunes Urban Top 50 for 10 weeks straight, peaking at #16, also reaching #2 in the independent distribution radio charts and #5 on the independent singles chart after an 11 week run on the … Continue reading Chance Waters Signs To Permanent Records

Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour

This August Chance Waters is celebrating his recent success with his Maybe Tomorrow Tour. Chance will play a string of dates along the east coast throughout August following the success of the recent single Maybe Tomorrow. Maybe Tomorrow was added to rotation on triple j, and subsequently multiple stations nationally. Upon its release the single flew to #9 on the Most Added National Radio chart and #4 on the Most Added Alternative National Radio chart. These achievements assisted Maybe Tomorrow to reach the latest height of #30 on the iTunes Hip Hop chart. In its 2 weeks in the AIR … Continue reading Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Tour

Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow

Following the success of his first single Infinity, (currently sitting at over 20,000 views on YouTube), Chance has had his head down in the studio and this week will release his new track, Maybe Tomorrow from his soon to be released album, Infinity. Produced by One Above, the new single demonstrates Chance’s lyrical potency and his potential to push the typical boundaries of the hip-hop genre with an up-beat tempo, off-beat rhythm, piano-rock influences and live instrumentation. Following widespread national acclaim under the appellation Phatchance, Sydney hip hop artist Chance Waters is losing the alias and going ‘au naturale’ with his given … Continue reading Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow