Adelaide producer, self proclaimed hellraiser and superstar on the rise, Godlands, has today shared her brand new banging single “Out My Face.” A product of old school sound meeting new school methods, Godlands has proven she is a forerunner of the new wave of Australian electronic music.
She says of the track, “‘Out My Face’ was initially a hip hop beat, I wasn’t intending to make a party trap track at all to be honest. A lot of the times when I produce I never really have a fleshed out idea, I tend to go with the flow with my creativity and get inspired by songs I’m listening to at the time or even styles and techniques from producers I admire which then filters through into the song I’m creating.”
She also explains how the track became so light compared to some of her previous work, “I knew for sure that I wanted to keep this track light and fun as opposed to the more hectic side of my trap production, which I think shone through with the bouncing lead and the energetic vocal sample used throughout.”
A stalwart of the Adelaide club scene, Godlands quickly picked up gigs as one of the few female DJ’s working in the city. Her talent was soon recognised and after a stint in LA she ended up signing to Steve Aoki’s label Dim Mak. One of her biggest career highlights to date was being booked as support on Steve Aoki’s Neon Future IV: The Color of Noise Tour last year, which was sadly cancelled due to Covid.