Listen to Command Q's massive Seek N Destroy collaboration, Artillery

Listen to Command Q's massive Seek N Destroy collaboration, Artillery

A mammoth taste of their forthcoming, six-track EP out July 4th.

With roaring bass lines and quick-firing synth lines, Perth-based production duo Command Q are here to say. With their rapidly-paced break-out single DILLIGAF, Command Q went from an Australian local acts to an international powerhouse, with the likes of Jack Ü, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus and RL Grime throwing love to the Perth wunderkinds on big stages including Coachella, Lollapalooza and Holy Ship. Teaming up with Adelaide producer Seek N Destroy, Artillery is heaving and powerful, with commanding punches of synth and thunderous bass at every turn. Artillery may not be everyone’s cup of tea – where vocals usually give light relief in songs like this, the vocal line in Artillery just adds to the in-your-face feel throughout the song’s duration. That being said, I can’t help but feel that Artillery, as well as the rest of the Perth’s duo forthcoming EP, will feature heavily in big-name sets and if that isn’t a sign that you’re doing something good, I don’t know what is.

Pre-Order Command Q’s We Are Animals EP 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

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