Posted on: February 8th, 2022

Electronic trailblazers SLUMBERJACK present a career-defining moment with the release of their debut album ‘DICHOTOMY’, a culmination of a near-decade of technical growth and an indication of the sonic direction SLUMBERJACK looks to take for the future.


As the album title aptly suggests, the 12 track album is a multifaceted body of work, showcasing the versatile and enigmatic bass production that SLUMBERJACK has refined over the years. ‘DICHOTOMY’ looks to explore the juxtaposition between their heavy, club-ready sound alongside their more melodic, emotive leanings.


With a catalogue of tracks that surpasses 150 million streams across platforms, Morgan Then and Fletcher Ehlers have become key pillars of the Australian dance scene, evolving their sound tenfold, whilst building an audience of dedicated fans. In addition to their multiple ARIA Gold certifications, SLUMBERJACK took out the WAM Award for Best Electronic Producer in 2020, an indication of the respect the duo have earned from their local contemporary musicians.


As is evident throughout their album, SLUMBERJACK are at their creative best in collaboration – a theme throughout their career, having worked with the likes of Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Daniel Johns, and remixed the likes of Porter Robinson, and The Presets.


Their live shows, which have been conceptualized and built entirely by the pair themselves, has seen them galvanize at international festivals such as Lollapalooza, EDC Las Vegas, Holy Ship, HARD Summer, Electric Forest, and Ultra Singapore, in addition to prominent Australian events such as Splendour In The Grass, Beyond the Valley, and Groovin’ The Moo.

Hear SLUMBERJACK join us on The Music Weekly to unpack the new album:

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