Agung Mango is back with a hefty new cut titled ‘RODENT’

Rapidly emerging, Melbourne-based artist Agung Mango has been turning heads since he came out swinging in 2017 with an infectious charisma and extremely innovative style.

Since then, he’s released an abundance of high-quality singles, including a collaborative EP with his talented homies who are respectively known as 3K.

Agung Mango has quickly seen great success by performing at Footscray’s FLOW Festival last year, and having recently earned himself a spot on the lineup for this weekend’s 2020 St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival in Melbourne.

However, it doesn’t quite stop there. This week Mango blessed fans with a ferocious new single, titled ‘RODENT‘, while also receiving the warranted title as triple j’s feature artist of the week.

Looking at his new drop, the record ties in hard-hitting percussion with his signature blend of compelling cadences and fast-paced wordplay. ‘RODENT‘ hears Agung Mango experiment with refreshing and versatile sonics, as he pushes boundaries in an effortless and seamless manner. The man can do no wrong.

LISTEN TO ‘RODENT’ BELOW AND TELL US WHAT YOU THINK!

Following the release, TLF can’t wait to see what’s next to from Agung Mango. It’s beyond inspiring to watch him evolve as he continues to establish himself as a promising young artist.

STREAM ‘RODENT‘ ON APPLE MUSIC AND SPOTIFY HERE!

Give some love to Agung Mango and follow him on his socials below:
Facebook: @agungmangomusic
Instagram: @agungmango
SoundCloud: @agungmango
Twitter: @agungmango_

 

Written by,
~Timothy Thorpe
@timothythorpe47


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