Whoosah upperground SingleThis Song “upperground” by Whoosah Will Lift Your Spirit In An Instant

Whoosah is a stage name from a musician named Kevin Samuel and he got the perfect support from Noisewhore and Papaya Records to release his new music titled “upperground”. The first single taken from an upcoming debut album called “Ground Space” has been released on its digital format. Not only an audio version, but we also got to see the visualization of the song. Upon first listen, “upperground” has this familiar tunes that belong to tracks from Yung Bae, Flamingosis and the likes. It’s very easy listening, featuring lo-fi hip-hop jazz and city pop melodies that could put you at ease. The two minute and thirty-two-second track also feature a little bit of swing. The music video created by Bayu Pratama is filled with aesthetic footages that include a running cheetah among others. Bayu who often works as a visual jockey for Yogyakarta’s underground dance scene pick some strange footages for this one, but no sense is needed when you listen to the music.

The 21-year old Whoosah is currently working on “Ground Space” which is slated to be released in December 2018. The concept of this album explores two words on the title, ‘ground’ and ‘space’. The first part of the album will see the DJ and producer create earthly sounding tunes, while the later part will bring the listeners to the outer space. We expect this to be a mix between disco and techno tunes. Prior to his debut, Whoosah recorded his tunes and uploaded them on SoundCloud. He also participated on an album compilation of “Dentum Dansa Bawah Tanah” in 2016. He has released an EP called “A/C Tape” earlier this year. To check out his recent work, you can listen to “upperground” below with its music video. Follow the guy on Instagram and Bandcamp as well for the latest update.