Super Magic Hats
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Super Magic Hats

Thornbury, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF

Thornbury, Australia | SELF
Established on Jan, 2011
Solo Electronic Chillwave

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Rat vs Possum - Fat Monk (Super Magic Hats remix)

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Super Magic Hats is a Melbourne-based musician and producer whose work embraces melody, noise and experimentation.  Super Magic Hats’ sound is based around a sample-everything mentality and a love of unusual instruments and gadgets, underpinned with a gentle irreverence and playfulness, and glued together with intricate edits, delicately placed details, and washes of reverb and delay.

Super Magic Hats emerged on the Melbourne scene in mid-2011, when tracks Happy Jazz and Hangin’ were picked up by blogs and radio and received airplay on Triple J and Triple R. Out of 4,000 entries, Happy Jazz was selected by Bleep.com as a winner of their Filtered competition for unsigned tracks, achieving more blog love and play on BBC Radio 6 along the way.

Making a live debut at Revolver in September 2011, Super Magic Hats has gone on to play many legendary venues around Melbourne and interstate, supporting Rufus, The Kite String Tangle and Shigeto amongst others.  His live set has developed into something both polished and chaotic, as improvised structures and live instrumentation bring tracks to life.

Super Magic Hats’ first LP was released in May 2016 via Seattle's Hush Hush Records, preceded by a trio of EPs spanning 2013 - 2015.  The animated video for lead single "Transpose" picked up a Vimeo Staff Pick and has amassed over 40,000 views.

Super Magic Hats’ music has been used in commercials and syncs for a range of clients including Melbourne Fashion Week and United Airlines, and Super Magic Hats has recently delivered presentations on Ableton for live performance to the Ableton User Group Melbourne and RMIT.