Melbourne is one of Australia's artistic hubs, a city with a sprawling, diverse music scene.
Even amongst this atmosphere of creativity, though, Slum Sociable still stand out. A production duo - Edward Quinn and Miller Upchurch - their sound veers from Tame Impala style psychedelia to Bristol-infused trip-hop.
Currently working on their debut album, Slum Sociable are ready to escape the studio with new cut 'Name Call'.
The pared down beat nods towards a mutual love of hip-hop, while the dank atmosphere and funky bassline are more indie in tone.
'Name Call' has that neat whistled melody, though, and it's exotic, Morricone-esque flourishes like these that define the pair's joyous eccentricities.
Tune in now.