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Awesome!

TawkTomahawk is hands down the best new album from newbies that I have heard in years. Good Job Hiatus Kaiyote! Looking forward to seeing you all perform at Merriwether Post Pavilion in August!!

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Genius

This is an amazingly soulful album. Never thought that vibes like this could come out of Melbourne. Can't wait to see them at the Bootleg Theater end of July!

breath of fresh air

what a breath of fresh air! the keyboardist chops and soundscapes are amazing, the drummer's amazing pocket and abstract timing, the bass player's strong funky backbone of the sound, and of course the singer oh so original and beautiful!

Biography

Formed: 2011 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '10s

Self-termed future soul band Hiatus Kaiyote — akin to a progressive neo-soul group with a little left-of-center hip-hop production — formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 2011. Fronted by singer, songwriter, and guitarist Nai Palm, the band also features bassist Paul Bender, drummer Perrin Moss, and keyboardist Simon Mavin (also of the Bamboos). They self-released their short debut album, Tawk Tomahawk, in 2012, and gradually won support from a wide swath of tastemaking DJs (such as Gilles...
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Tawk Tomahawk, Hiatus Kaiyote
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Rock, Alternative
  • Released: Jul 12, 2013

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