Planetself - High Tide Release party
Tokyo Dawn Presents & Chateau Apollo presents.. PLANETSELF. “High Tide” release party. After a hugely successful debut EU tour, playing Hip Hop Kemp Festival in Czech Republic and Wicked Jazz Sounds in
Tokyo Dawn Presents & Chateau Apollo presents..
PLANETSELF. “High Tide” release party.
After a hugely successful debut EU tour, playing Hip Hop Kemp Festival in Czech Republic and Wicked Jazz Sounds in Amsterdam, Planetself returns to home turf to release their new EP HIGH TIDE on esteemed german label Tokyo Dawn Records. Local Hip Hop soul fronted by vocalist Charli Umami alongside producer Inkswel, the group will debut their new live set with full band at the launch. The EP has already received international support as well as play on Double J and hand picked in the releases of the week section for Triple R – 3RRR 102.7FM.
Tickets available online $10
Limited tickets on the door for $15
(All ticket sales include a digital download of the release)
This gig will be recorded for a forthcoming video release.
Check the EP here:
In times of high tide there is no compromise.
Producer Inkswel paints an ethereal backdrop of hope. Raw SP-404 grittiness meets the new filtered soul of the streaming generation, all dressed beautifully with the sultry vocal tones and introspective messages of the group’s singer Charli Umami.
In the renaissance of neo soul music and left of field hip hop, Planetself endeavours to do something different, something strikingly familiar yet authentic. After the cult release of their independent 7″ vinyl “Following The Sun”, their new release, “High Tide”, follows on Tokyo Dawn Records. Raw messages of Love, Change, Evolution and The Environment are in focus, and our existence as spiritual beings having a physical experience.
Individually the members have left their mark in their own ways, so they have utilised their community to bring forward stellar collaborations from Yarah Bravo, Zion I, John Robinson aka Lil Sci, Blurum13, Pugs Atomz, N’fa Jones and DJ Applejac. They also enlist members of the local Austalian hip hop and soul fraternity Funkwig and Mista Monk.
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