Immediate download of Broken Chip's POWWOW Seven - eight-track album - in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
Full CD comes in a high quality no-plastic Feral Media recycled package, with screen-printed cover artwork designed by Katja Hartung of The Sopp Collective. Hand-stitched labels are sewn in the package's spine. This release is part of the collectible, ten-part POWWOW series of releases, our initiative to highlight some of the most exciting left-field pop releases in Australia today.
CD purchase also includes immediate download of ten track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
His family know him as Andrew Gray, but to you & me he’s Robert Luke.
He’s the newest (and youngest) face on the Feral Media label. We asked him a few questions.
How do you describe your music?
My music is digital mish-mash, but with a pop mentality. Dynamic instrumental pieces taken out of the thin air itself with a good rhythm put behind it. Developed from both ideas and mistakes, my music will make you jiggle whatever you got on you, but you can listen to it more than once.
What are you aiming for when you create your music?
To create something that can be enjoyed in various settings and can criss-cross around the boundaries of musical category but not to take it all too seriously when doing so.
Why did you decide to start making music?
The potential power of electronic music made me get off my butt and want to build something great from the ground up and lift off into the clouds. Listening to heaps and heaps of great records growing up made me want to take my own shot.
What are your five most important musical influences?
David Bowie (The usual suspects Hunky Dory and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust), Death From Above 1979 (And what Jesse F Keeler went on to do), The Big Day Out , the so called ‘greatest albums of all time’, i.e. the classics of all popular genres and the stories behind those records.
And finally, why Robert Luke & not Andrew Gray?
Robert Luke is my two middle names and also the name of my grandfather. I chose that name as a tribute to him.