Behind the buzz and mystique of Slum Sociable are long-term friends Edward Quinn and Miller Upchurch. The duo make lo-fo (not a typo) jazz hop music, born in Melbourne with truly global appeal.
The luxurious charm of 2015’s TQ EP received love from noted radio stations including triple j and community stations, plus Beats 1, BBC Radio 1 and KCRW. It also saw them release a single via Kitsune and tour globally as well as sets back home at Laneway Festival and Splendour in the Grass.
Released in November 2017, their self-titled debut LP is a confident and ambitious musical statement that takes the vibrant groundwork laid on their EP and builds a far-reaching new estate. It’s a dynamic intersection of jazz, electronica and soul and see the band bringing their musical vision into full existence.
Two new singles ‘Do Something About It’ and ‘Can’t Figure It Out’ are out now.