2 March 2013

Harts drops new single 'The Music' from debut EP 'Offtime'

Harts new single The Music

Harts drops new single 'The Music' from debut EP 'Offtime'

Yesterday saw the release of 'The Music', the newest single to be lifted from Harts' debut EP 'Offtime', also out today. 

'The Music' follows on from the success of the Melbourne solo artist's first single 'All Too Real', which featured heavily on Australia Triple J, and was also supported by BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson. Music Week featured the track on their weekly 'The Playlist', and he also received plaudits from the likes of Killing Moon, The Sound of Confusion, and ShinyShinyNew. 

    Harts' unique sound is an amalgamation of the music that has influenced him from the past several decades, from 60s Rock to 70s Funk through Disco, then into 80s Glam and Pop through to 90s Grunge, on through to late 90s/early 00s Dance, finally shot through with early 2000s Indie Rock and Alternative Electro.

His 5 track EP, 'Offtime' was mixed by Lars Stalfors of The Mars Volta, who heard his demos and offered to help bring a better and stronger mix to them.

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