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Examples of "hermitude"
Hermitude is an Australian electronic hip hop duo, originating from the Blue Mountains, New South Wales.
HyperParadise is the fourth album from Australian hip-hop artists Hermitude. It was released on 3 February 2012.
Both Hermitude ("Best Dance/Electronic" and "Best Video") and The Herd ("Best Urban") were nominated in the 2012 ARIA Awards.
"Alleys to Valleys" was recorded and mixed by Hermitude and John Stuart at Sound Heaven Studios in Wentworth Falls.
The album eventually earned an ARIA nomination, and the band completed tours with The Herd, Muph & Plutonic and Hermitude.
"Tales of the Drift" was recorded and mixed by Hermitude and John Stuart at Sound Heaven Studios in Wentworth Falls.
Friday: CRi, Skylar Spence, Sango, Tommy Kruise, Hermitude, Cashmere Cat, Brodinski, GTA, RL Grime, A Tribe Called Red
The album was features the production of Elgusto (Hermitude), Count Bounce (TZU) and The Herd. An extended 12” vinyl was also released featuring an exclusive remix by Hermitude. The album was mastered in Los Angeles by Dave Cooley (Madvillain, Madlib, Dangermouse).
Andrew Hickey from Beat described the album as "instantly listenable" and "epic". He states Hermitude has been able to "expertly weave through genres and influences to create a unique sound". The Orange Press described the album as "yet another quantum leap ahead". The review concludes by stating "if there's any justice, this album will be the one that finally launches them into the upper stratosphere of producers, both here and abroad". Dominic Sciberras from Purple Sneakers states Hermitude "utilize their wide array of skills to create a sophisticated yet immensely listener friendly record". He describes Hermitude as "happy doing their own thing" by "defying trends and ignoring hype".
Alleys to Valleys is the debut album from Australian hip-hop artists Hermitude. It was released on the 25 August 2003.
Tales of the Drift is the second album from Australian hip-hop artists Hermitude. It was released on the 1 August 2005.
Urthboy (featuring Hermitude, All Our Exes Live in Texas, Tom Thum and Kira Puru) covered the song in December 2015 as part of Triple J’s ‘Like a Version’.
In 2014 they released the single "Ukiyo" without radio or video servicing, yet in a few months it had millions of plays. In October of that year Hermitude toured North America for the first time, supporting Rüfüs Du Sol.
In 2012, Urthboy and Hermitude were nominated for the 8th Australian Music Prize (AMP) for their respective "Smokey's Haunt" and "HyperParadise" albums — it represented the first time that two Elefant Traks nominees were nominated as part of the awards event, while it was the third occasion that Urthboy has been nominated for the AMP. In response to the AMP nomination, Hermitude stated, “We're totally stoked as a predominantly instrumental duo to be short listed for The Amp!” "Hyperparadise" was the eventual winner of the 8th AMP.
After the success of his debut album, Urthboy headed into the studio in 2007 to record his sophomore release, "The Signal", with Pip Norman/Count Bounce (TZU) and Elgusto (Hermitude). The album was released in July 2007 to much critical praise and cemented Urthboy's place in the growing Australian hip-hop scene.
At the time of his death, Hunter was working on a charity album in support of youth cancer organisation, CanTeen. The album, "Australian Hip Hop Supports CanTeen", was released on 2 December 2011, and completed with the help of fellow SBX crew member, Dazastah. It includes songs from Hunter, Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, Downsyde, Koolism, Bias B and Hermitude.
On January 15th 2016 Keys N Krates released 'Midnite Mass' EP to make it their 3rd EP release on Dim Mak Records. The release ran in conjunction with the Midnite Mass Tour, with dates across the United States and Canada featuring support acts Stooki Sound, Hermitude, GANZ and Jesse Slayter.
"Cover up motel" is an anagram of "computer love" and the album of the same name features remixes of all of the tracks from "Computer Love" by the group's favourite Australian artists and producers. Remixers included M-phazes, Hermitude, Plutonic Lab, Trials (Funkoars) and Blue King Brown.
In 2011, Hermitude released two new singles, "Get in My Life" and "Speak of the Devil", from the album "HyperParadise", which was released on 3 February 2012. The title track of the album peaked at number 38 on the ARIA Singles Chart in February 2013. "Speak of the Devil" won the 2011 J Award for Music Video of the Year.
HyperParadise is Hermitude hitting the bullseye of their artistic vision, a beautifully inventive record of future beats and electronica. It’s not just their meticulousness in production and musicianship, it’s the passion and love they have for instrumental music that makes them so special. The songs are bubbling with personality: choruses leap out of songs demanding an emotional response, differing for each listener.