Australia's musical waters don't seem to be running dry anytime soon as more and more talent continues to burst onto the scene. One wave maker making a splash right now is the young and talented Japanese Wallpaper. Hailing from Melbourne, the young talent just landed his first score on the soundtrack of Zach Braff's latest movie venture. At just 16-year-old he's already receiving accolades from the prestigious Triple J, naming him the best high school act in Australia. That definitely beats class clown or best dressed, or whatever other superlatives they are giving out these days, because he's currently selling out venues in his hometown.
Today we have the pleasure of debuting his stellar remix of fellow Australian and synth-led singer Montgomery's single "Pinata". Featuring the ethereal vocals of Montgomery, JW perfectly sets the mood of heartbroken sentiments to the failed relationships she’s witnessed crumble around her as a young adult with a great innocence and melancholy. While that might seem a bit dreary, the young producer brings life and beauty to the single with his remix redesign. We promise it feels good, gIve it a spin!
Pinata (Japanese Wallpaper Remix)