I decided to share this video because of the support it shows the LGBTQ community. The colorful urban landscape and practical synthesizer tones mixed with ambient sounding female vocals creates a club vibe that would fit in at places such as The Abbey in West Hollywood. Congratulations to Lupa J for also obtaining a feature on KCRW and for garnishing anticipation for her upcoming debut full length SWALLOW ME WHOLE which is set to be released early 2019.
Congratulations to Lupa J from us here at Its Not Records
“Lupa J was first introduced to music as a classically trained violinist. After realising a strong desire to express herself in other ways, she discovered her love for electronic music through artists such as Grimes, FKA Twigs and Bjork.
Having been nominated by triple j as an Unearthed High finalist in 2014 and 2015, Lupa J has proven herself as a gifted songwriter and producer. With four EPs and a plethora of impressive tours under her belt, which include Grimes, Sarah Blasko, Alice Glass (Crystal Castles) and Tegan and Sara, it’s no wonder she has found huge international support with the likes of Stereogum, I-D Magazine and Rookie.
Following an invitation to showcase at BIGSOUND 2017, Lupa J was praised for her live performance, peaking at #8 on the Bigsound Buzz charts and having her single “Keep Back” featured on The Music Networks ‘Nine Aussie Singles That Killed At Bigsound’.
Last year delivered Lupa J a national tour opening for K.Flay and saw her receive Triple J premieres, rotation on RAGE, FBi rotation for her singles “Put Me Back Together”, “Keep Back” and “Moth”, with “Keep Back” hitting #1 on the AMRAP Metro Charts. Lupa J has established a strong fan base, boasting 1.4 million total streams on Spotify.”