Perth trio Crooked Colours have spent the past six months recording music, playing around Australia, and looking for a label to call home. After being approached by multiple labels, the three-piece electronic group has finally settled on the top Australian indie label, Sweat It Out!
Phil Slabber of Crooked Colours stated, “In our eyes Sweat It Out! has one of the most promising up and coming rosters in Australia and we are proud to be part of such a great and welcoming team.”
From Sweat It Out:
With the signing we are pleased to announce a new remix pack for ‘Come Down’ that is being released on the 4th of April and includes remixes from Yolanda Be Cool, Jesse Rose, Alison Wonderland, and wordlife.
Crooked Colours – Come Down
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Crooked Colours released their first, self-titled EP in 2012 and have since been playing some pretty major festivals including Parklife and Wonderland. They draw inspiration from groups such as Digitlaism, Crystal Castles, and Grafton Primary. With a unique and energetic sound, they are sure to be one of the best breakthrough artists the label has put out since Yolanda Be Cool and What So Not.
With such exciting news, we here at JNTM are beyond stoked for Crooked Colours and cannot wait to see what Sweat It Out! can help them produce. Stay tuned right here for more updates on the Aussie trio.
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