Premiere: Set your face to 'melt' with Titan, the first track from Command Q's new EP

Premiere: Set your face to 'melt' with Titan, the first track from Command Q's new EP

The full six-track is out Monday 4 July and it is nassssssty.

You'd be hard pressed to find a Western Australian-based electronic music project that's had a bigger last 12 months or so than Command Q. In a world dominated by same-same trappy trap and dubstep comebacks, Command Q are meshing the two for a unique - and fucking hectic - sound. It's easy to throw the kitchen sink at bass productions, and sure that wall of sound will appease the 4am rinse crew who probably wouldn't even realise if an actual kitchen sink hit them in the face, but Shaun Pickett and Louis Frere-Harvey have got something going on at the moment that is all theirs.

And the proof is in the pudding, with hardcore reps coming from the likes of Jack Ü, Diplo (in his sets and via Mad Decent sub-label GOOD ENUFF), Alison Wonderland and Dillon Francis to name a few. Tomorrow marks the release of their new EP, We Are Animals, and we're excited to offer you a cheeky pre-taste with the first track on it - Titan. As epic an intro as they come, once we hit "it's Command Q, Bitch" - it's fucking game on. When you start your EP with a first track that is UP HERE, where do you go from there? Find out tomorrow when the full We Are Animals EP goes live - you can pre-order it HERE.

TOUR DATES:

Fri 29 July – Chinese Laundry, Sydney

Sat 30 July – Proud Mary’s, Central Coast

Sat 6 August – Fat Controller, Adelaide

Fri 12 August – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth

Sat 13 August – Vibe Nightclub, Geraldton

Fri 19 August – Oh Hello, Brisbane

Sat 20 August – Carmen’s, Miranda

Thur 25 August – The Helm, Sunshine Coast

Fri 26 August – Impala, Auckland

Sat 27 August – Flinders Social, Townsville

Follow Command Q: FACEBOOK / SOUNDCLOUD

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