September 12th, 2022 — Following her highly-praised debut Monstercat EP, ‘GODSP33D,’ Adelaide-born producer Godlands is back with her latest dose of bass-fueled trap on the new single, “CASHMERE.” Bringing Melbourne’s breakout rapper and producer boler mani with her, the track flexes each of their out-of-the-box stylings, with Godlands balancing Eastern-inspired samples with aggressive kicks, while boler spits emphatic bars. No strangers to experimentation, the synergistic pair are firing on all cylinders with raw intensity that appeals to hip-hop heads and dubstep fans alike.
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Godlands shares, “I was really excited to hit up boler mani. I discovered him through triple j Unearthed and really loved his energy and the work he puts into his own music. I was super stoked he said yes to jumping on the track and I knew his energy would permeate and really lift the track. There’s no shortage of hype and that’s the type of music I really love making.“
boler mani adds, “‘CASHMERE’ allowed me to entertain my younger self’s obsession with trap, EDM, and rap music. I was elated that Godlands had reached out to allow my roots to indulge in this hedonic trip. This one punches you in the throat.”
In just a few years, Godlands has established herself as a household name in Australia and one to watch globally. Earning acclaim from the likes of BBC and triple j, she recently toured her blistering trap project across noteworthy clubs and festivals like Lunar Electric, Tomorrowland, and Amnesia. She’ll continue on her upward live trajectory through 2022 with anticipated performances at Rhythm & The Reef, Monstercat’s ADE Showcase, ExCel Arena, Ice Cream Factory, Rhythm & Vines, and more. Fans can also look forward to hearing Godlands at home with “CASHMERE” arriving as the only new record in this month’s music update for the video game Rocket League, making it the spotlight track for millions of players worldwide.
A forerunner of the new wave of Australian electronic music, Godlands has been making noise across the globe with her enviable ability to create hip-hop-infused productions and heavy festival bangers. Tearing up the trap scene, this Adelaide-based producer quickly emerged as a favorite for the likes of Triple J and BBC Radio 1, and her 2021 EP on Dim Mak Records, “Ready 2 Rage”, proved that her production prowess can stand up to the Australian bass stalwarts who have come before her.
During a time of global turmoil, in the midst of a pandemic, Godlands never wavered in her love for creating music. Instead of wallowing in the inability to tour, she became a sponge for creativity and saw it as an opportunity to sharpen her craft and hone in on her unique style. Fast forward to 2022 and this drive ultimately paid off. Godlands inked an EP deal with Monstercat, a label that she has strived to become a part of since her journey began. With her first single releasing in March of this year and the full EP in June, Godlands is full steam ahead and there is no signs of slowing down any time soon.