August 03 2015
After a notable entrance to the electronic scene in 2014, you'd be forgiven for thinking Perth-based producer Palace had disappeared underground. More accurately, Palace aka Jeremy Smith has been underground fine-tuning his craft, the likes of which he's about to reveal.
Birthing out from the Australia's new school of dance, Palace's new single, Too Young has already gained kudos from his year group Slumberjack, Sable and LDRU. Featuring the tight and witty flow of rapper Ziggy, Palace blends vibe and attitude perfectly into an exciting new format for the Australian electronic sound.
Organically, the Palace beats have synthesized an array of influences; sourcing and cultivating the blossoming sounds that give the sonic profile it deserves. Grazing Hype Machine's cyber charts with topping original Slow Burn with over half a million global plays online, and remix for Crooked Colours' Comedown also taking top 20 spot and 150k online plays, Jeremy has taken the stance for delivering a quality musical arrangement. Fellow Western Australian Sable tells the Palace story as an uncompromising commitment to great sound and good music while Slumberjack note their consistent marvel of the Palace simple, yet catchy mastery.
From Southbound and Groovin' The Moo to Wonderland, there is a firm stage attachment to the Palace sound raging a bill affair with Flume, Paces, What So Not, Hermitude, Nina Las Vegas and Ganz to keep it brief. Viscerally acknowledging a visual component from studio to the stage, the Palace helm is uniting the affectionate bond of the senses for a wide spectrum of musical enthusiasts.
Too Young is out on now on iTunes.