Introducing rising electronic act Human Movement, a whirlwind force of kinetic energy and dance floor aesthetics. Hailing from Australia, Human Movement’s strengths lie within the diversity of their music. Masking in UK bass, techno, house and more, their upfront and heavy hitting musical aesthetics sees them wield the ability to take any components and rewire them into bonafide dance floor bombs.
After causing a storm on the blogosphere through their very first track Shake (which amassed over 45,000 plays on their Soundcloud in just one month) on German Label, Exposure Music, they moved onto a darker single, To Be.” This caught the attention of Skrillex’s Blog, NESTHQ, and as a result they requested a special guest mix from the duo to feature on their blog and soundcloud. The good news kept rolling in when Triple J Radio caught wind and premiered, “Paradise,” their first ever vocal work. Next up was a remix of Sweetland’s “Solanum” on Stoney Roads Records, and then “Stranger”which crawled it’s way onto #16 on HypeM charts, and was added to 3,500 of H&M’s clothing retail stores across Europe.
The success as a new talent was confirmed by their Stoney Roads 2015 Breakthrough Artist nominee.
The online momentum turned into real life hype as their facebook inbox begun to overflow with gig offers. This materialised into an organic tour of 7 shows in 5 cities, including Wild Culture tour support and Rabbit’s Eats Lettuce festival.
Overseas labels, agents and press interest instilled confidence that the movement was gaining pace, and thus they prepared to release their full proper EP titled, “The Dancing Room.” Doing things a little differently as they do, they decided to create their own label to release the EP, “BEHM Records” (backed by Sony Music Entertainment in Australia, Licensed to America on Dr. Fresch’s label, “Prep School Recordings.
The Dancing Room EP consists of four tracks, one of which was a collaboration with Deadmau5’s Mau5trap signee, Eekkoo, which was a huge feather in Human Movement’s cap to be associated with so early on into the project. Votes on confidence in the EP began to show when Anna Lunoe chose to premiere the fourth and final track, “5am,” on her world wide radio show on Beats1 Radio via Apple music. Most recently, “5am,” was remixed by french producer, Panteros666 who is a member of the group, Club Cheval and is signed to Bromance Records. This remix was also premiered on Beats1 Radio. The lead single, “Dancing Room,” was accompanied by a sweaty, ludicrously obscure and must watch video clip, and rose to #3 on the Viral OZ Spotify Charts for a the better half of two weeks. The EP overall reached #17 on the electronic iTunes charts – not a bad measurement for a debut EP with only a handful of single releases under their belt.