Introducing Lowdown and his Tchami-approved new EP, The 411 Vol 1

Introducing Lowdown and his Tchami-approved new EP, The 411 Vol 1

The Gold Coast-based producer's new 2-tracker is out now on Tchami's Confession label.

After his official remix with Malive for Tchami's The Sermon got an absolute rinsing on the Confession label boss's No Redemption Tour, Gold Coast-based producer Lowdown has capped the year in fine style with a new EP, The 411 EP Vol 1. With a unique take on house and bass music, it's no wonder he's garnered fans around the world, including Malaa, Dillon Francis, AC Slater and more, and we've got no doubts these latest two tracks are gonna cop a rinsing on many a late night dancefloor in the coming months.

We sent a few questions his way to find out a little more, check it out below:

Tell us about yourself?

A reclusive producer originally from Brisbane but moved to the Gold Coast to be closer to the beach (still haven’t been).

What kinda tunes we talkin’?

First and foremost, something with a lot of low-end (hence the name, obviously). Secondly, it’s gotta have groove. If there’s no swing I ain’t in. Last but not least, unique sounds. The weirder the better.

Production/writing process:

First and only rule – throw everything I know out the window and try something different.

Can you tell us about your new EP?

It’s been a major goal tick to release on Confession, so I’m super happy to present two unique club tracks that represent my arrangement style while pushing the boundaries in sound design.

Any shows coming up?

About to embark on an Australian tour of the new EP including some huge shows alongside the likes of Tchami, Malaa, Fisher and Habstrakt.

What’s the rest of the year have in store?

Touring and writing more music.

Where can we hear more of your music?

Spotify, Soundcloud.

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