Tracks to look out for at Groovin the Moo 2015…

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Tkay Maidza – M.O.B

Tkay Maidza is one artist to definitely be on the look out for this year at GTM. This young, up-and-coming singer/rapper is slowly but surely taking over the Australian hip-hop scene. With the influence of Major Lazer, M.I.A and Kendrick Lamar, Tkay released a killer new single that is a testament to her industrious nature. M.O.B, which stands for Money Over Bitches, is an ode to her future self to remind her of the benefits of hard work. Tkay recently slayed her performance at Mountain Sounds Festival last month and is set to bring the house down once again at Groovin the Moo 2015. 

The Delta Riggs – For Tonight

The Delta Riggs derive their rhythmic influence from The Roots, Outkast and Jurassic Five. Their fresh new track For Tonight is still rooted in their pulsating indie rock but hints at a new level of experimentation. This Melbourne based group recently opened for the Foo Fighters earlier in 2015. Their performance at GTM will accentuate their live force, as they remain at the forefront of modernity by utilizing traditional techniques and instruments. 

Flight Facilities – Sunshine

Sunshine by Flight Facilities is a feel good track that is sure to get the audience buzzing. This bouncy track features the smooth vocals of soul’s front man Reggie Watts. The catchy hooks and spirited chorus are sure to create an energetic vibe. The Australian duo performed live at Laneway Festival in 2015 with a rad line up and are set to do the same at GTM. It is sure to be a first class experience. 

RL Grime – Tell me

One track that is predicted to go off is Tell Me by RL Grime. Once the dirty bass drops in RL Grimes performance there is very little one can do to resist the music. He will electrify the audience at Groovin the Moo with this tremendous track. This collaboration with What So Not enhances the skill of each artist, allowing them create a euphoric atmosphere of electronic music. 

Sticky Fingers – Gold Snafu

Sticky Fingers is renowned for its melting pot genre of indie rock, reggae and psychedelic sounds. The soothing vocals of Dylan Frost and Paddy Cornwall entice audiences from all warps of life to appreciate their down to earth, surf dub tunes. Their honest sounds, as heard in Gold Snafu, ooze with soul and funk. STIFI’s atmospheric performance is much anticipated this year at Groovin the Moo.

By Otara Ath