It seems FlyLo and Thundercat may be getting some competition from the Aussies. Melbourne’s own 21-year-old beatmaker/producer/multi-instrumentalist/singer Silentjay graced us with a premiere of his new single + video “Blossom Dance” featuring bassist extraordinaire Kirkis. While Silentjay sings with Hiatus Kaiyote and plays sax with the experimental-cinematic jazz quintet Demian, this one features the electronic side of his dynamic artistry in conjunction with Kirkis who “travelled through a portal in a microwave, where he found himself falling for love with 51 analog synths a bass guitar.”

Silentjay & Kirkis

This “soundpiece” allows us not only to hear what Silentjay intends, but also see the world in his head. Check out Silentjay’s “Blossom Dance” ft. Kirkis below and be on the lookout for his debut solo release Safe Travels out on Operatives soon. Future-jams ensue now:

If you dig their music, be sure to check out the larger collective of musicians coming up with this mixtape: