Bedroom Pop Act Japanese Wallpaper Drops Groovy LoFi Single…

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Today on Sensei's Music Blog, we get to help showcase the newest release from Japanese Wallpaper called 'Tell Me What You Mean By That' - which is incredibly addictive with both it's production and vocal style. The bouncy bassline will keep you on your toes while the vocals stir the melodic pot that'll hit you in the feet and energize your soul. Gab Strum (aka Japanese Wallpaper) has produced records by Mallrat, Wafia, Allday, swim good now, Eilish Gilligan, Charlie Lim, Katz, as well as remixes for artists like Charli XCX, Broods, Death Cab For Cutie, E^ST, Luke Howard and more. At 15, The Melbourne-based artist started messing with Garageband. Armed with a handful of tracks, he threw one up on Triple J’s Unearthed website, taking home the top prize in the coveted "Unearthed High" competition. His debut self-titled EP has gone on to garner 20 million streams and found fans in Charli XCX, Flume, Gotye, Lily Allen, Chet Fader and Bombay Bicycle Club.

Lastly, if you're diggin' what Japanese Wallpaper is up to - make sure you throw him a follow on his social media links and stay up to date with his work as it drops. You never know what else could be on the way in the upcoming months and you'd be a fool to miss out on anything that's the way. You'll find everything you need and the stream to 'Tell Me What You Mean By That' down below! Enjoy!




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