Mickey Kojak continues to evolve with dreamy single Get Out and new live show

Mickey Kojak continues to evolve with dreamy single Get Out and new live show

The Sydney-based producer is unveiling it with a special live show on Friday 13 July.

Mickey Kojak was a busy bloke in 2017, dropping two singles in Ghost and Save Your Breath, along with the EP from which they came - Surrender. He also toured relentlessly, subtley working away on a new direction for the Sydney-based producer, one that involves live instrumentation and has culminated in his first release of 2018 - Get Out. Squirreled away in his custom-built studio, Kojak recorded his own keys, drums and vocals for the track, and its live feel is a breath of fresh air that we can't wait to see him explore moving forward: "I've always admired drummers more than any other musician. At the start of 2018, I bought a drum kit and started pounding away and once I was half decent, I started getting ideas for guitar riffs, synth lines and melodies. All from playing the simplest rock beat. It made no sense, but by the end of the week, I'd written and started recording the six or so songs that would be the basis for the next batch of tunes."

Until we get that new EP, you can experience Mickey Kojak in a full live format when he celebrates the release of Get Out at The Landsdowne on July 13 - more info HERE.

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