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Frank Eliesa - Keyboards, Synths, Bass
Swap Gomez - Drums, Percussion, Samples
Kenji Iwamitsu Holdaway - Guitar, FX, Bass
JY Lee - Flute, Saxophone, FX, Synths, Voice Transformer
A March Man Production
Artwork by Lyle Hawthorne
Animation by Swap Gomez
Recorded by Nick Abbott (North Western Studios)
Mixed and Mastered by Chris Chetland (Kog Studios)
‘Voltron’ marks the first release from Yoko-Zuna’s up-coming new album. Adhering to the band’s more electronic/heavier side ‘Voltron’ lunges forward with their reputable experimental/electronic sound; the track takes the listener into an exhilarating heart stopper right off the bat with Frank Eliesa’s domineering keys progression.
Quite possibly the band’s most fierce release to date encompassing just a small taste of what is on tap on a very musically diverse album. One of the crowd favourite tracks played live over the past year, Yoko-Zuna had audiences storming the stage at festivals such as Rhythm & Vines, Northern Bass, Soundsplash and Splore with this one. ‘Voltron’ features the band’s first recorded lyrical debut, through JY Lee's warped down pitched voice transformer.
Originally written for their performances during the 2017 festival season, ‘Voltron’ has become a staple of Yoko-Zuna’s live set and arrives just days before Yoko-Zuna’s first international performances at Brisbane’s Big Sound.
Big Sound Festival Live Performances
5 Sept - Brisbane - Barbaras
5 Sept – Big Sound Festival - The Woolly Mammoth
6 Sept – Big Sound Festival - The Flying Cock
7 Sept – Brisbane - Lefty’s Music Hall
The release also comes on the heels of announcements on the line-ups for the Rhythm and Vines festival on December 29 alongside Schoolboy Q and 2ManyDJ’s, and a mainstage performance at Rhythm and Alps on December 31, with Yoko-Zuna bringing in the new year following sets from Little Dragon, Tash Sultana and Fat Freddys Drop.