One of Melbourne’s best-kept secrets is Flimsey Lohan, a Hip-Hop and Jazz fused quartet who have quietly been garnering a cult following over the past couple of years.
Looking to continue thriving in 2020, the band have returned with a boisterous new single titled ‘Jimi In The Mazda‘, which comes as their first drop of the year.
The record offers their signature blend of sleek wordplay and hard-hitting instrumentation that is both bold and incredibly vibrant.
According to Flimsey Lohan, the record is heavily influenced by rappers Jehst and Danny Lover; dancing across an experimental landscape inspired by the likes of BADBADNOTGOOD, Mulatu Astatke and 30/70.
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Adding yet another hit to their already stacked catalogue, TLF is excited to watch Flimsey Lohan continue to evolve and deliver pioneering tunes.
Word on the street is the band has several more singles up their sleeve, with plans to pair an upcoming release with visuals courtesy of local film genius Zac Harris.