New Single “Misrepresented” from 30/70 Collective, the Melbourne-Based Nine-Piece Band

30/70 Collective

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We can now say with certainty that something is happening in the Australian atmosphere; incredible bands are being born, creating their own spin on future jazz and soul. After UK tastemaker DJ Bradley Zero praised them on his NTS Radio show, 30/70 Collective polyrythmic sounds are spreading like wildfire. The Melbourne-based nine piece explorative soul collective released their debut album Cold Radish Coma to critical acclaim. Now with their sophomore album in the works, they share “Misrepresented,” is a jazz fusion, Dilla inspired beats with neo-soul melodies. It’s evident the forthcoming album, scheduled to release in a few months is going to propel them to the same success as their contemporaries, Hiatus Kaiyote. In describing the group’s unity, a member told in an interview that, “30/70 always has been about expanding the community, starting as a trio and working up to a nine piece band. The fact that we live together, hustle together, love together, cry together – there’s a spiritual connection that goes way deeper than just the music. The focus has always been empowering and inspiring humans to realize their own creative potential.” We are looking forward to see these guys continue to grow together. Check out “Misrepresented” below released on Rhythm Section.

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Roseann V. Warren

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