Since releasing his debut EP Fried (2012), Blunt B has played live in support of some of Australia’s biggest electronic acts including Flume, Shockone, Opiuo and Sampology. In 2013 Blunt B released “Funk the Queen” before taking time off to undergo surgery on both his ears. He still managed a tour of South Africa where he played alongside the countries biggest names like Niskerone and PH.fat. “Funk the Queen” was internationally recognized and featured in sets from Krafty Kuts, even covered live by The Funk Hunters of Canada.
Originally labelled as a glitch hop producer his style has since evolved into a more polished electronic form as he drew inspiration from analogue synthesis and old school sampling techniques. His new EP exhibits his production finesse in what can only be described as dope electro which holds true to his signature funky style.
“More electro-funk / nu-disco goodness from Blunt B. He’s really very good at this, like, “Daft Punk you’re on notice” good. Squelchy saw-wave synths duel with funky guitar licks as soulful vocal samples shoot for high orbit.”
Chris Cobcroft (4ZZZ)
2010 - present
2010 - present
Since releasing his debut EP Fried (2012), Blunt B has played live in support of some of Australia’s biggest electronic acts including Flume, Shockone, Opiuo and Sampology. The EP turned out to be especially popular in South Africa, which he toured in 2013 along with dropping single “Funk the Queen” , his most received track to date...