With their third album 'Fluid Motion', Melbourne's 30/70 are set to soar into higher territory as the face of Australia's newest wave of soul-influenced brilliance. From the swirling opening pads of "Brunswick Hustle" all the way through to the sax-laden shimmer of "Flowers" at its close, 'Fluid Motion' is an instant classic, effortlessly shifting between neo-soul and languid, astralfacing jazz textures and authentic vignettes of UK club music history.
It's a formula that those already caught in 30/70's celestial web are fully aware of; first defined on the local heat of their 2015 debut 'Cold Radish Coma' and majestically expanded upon with their critically acclaimed 2017 release 'Elevate' on Bradley Zero's Rhythm Section INTL (mixed by Hiatus Kaiyote's Paul Bender). 'Elevate' did exactly that - elevating both the scope of the band's sound as well as their standing in the local and international community.
Since the last record was released, the music has brought the band on world tours and to the attention of the wider public and key tastemakers alike. Strongly supported by the likes of Gilles Peterson, Tom Ravenscroft, Jamie Cullum, Matthew Halsall and Bradley Zero, the UK has become something of a second home for 30/70.