‘my cave’ is the new single from mysterious Sydney-based producer upsidedownhead. It’s the second track to surface from his forthcoming EP complex – out 23 November through Liberation Records.

Featuring the vocals of Dave Jenkins Jr., ‘my cave’ is “a tale of anxiety and endless self-talk”, says upsidedownhead. A collection of bent synths and pulsing, erratic rhythms mirror the track’s theme, which is also cleverly portrayed through its accompanying lyric video.

“‘my cave’ is a commentary on musicians who lock themselves up in caves for hours/days/weeks to craft art that hopefully brings joys to people but in doing so, potentially pushes oneself into isolation.”

‘my cave’ follows on from the debut single ‘get low (feat. Ric Rufio)’, which is currently on rotation at FBi Radio and receiving spins on BBC Radio 1 and Amazing Radio. It’s appeared on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Top-Shelf Electronic playlists and Apple Music’s Best of the Week. Premiered via CLASH, the track has since captured the attention of The Line Of Best Fit, Purple Sneakers and I OH YOU FRESH JUICE.

On complex, upsidedownhead steps out of the shadows and into some place even darker. While we eagerly await its release, explore ‘my cave (feat. Dave Jenkins Jr.)’.

‘Crookedly hypnotic electronica that demands your immediate attention.’ The Line Of Best Fit

‘Undulating electronics that recall James Holden or AFX.’ – CLASH

‘Captivating as it is catchy.’ – Purple Sneakers

‘This track hits hard.’ – I OH YOU FRESH JUICE

complex tracklist:

  1. get low [feat. Ric Rufio]
  2. midnight
  3. my cave [feat. Dave Jenkins Jr.]
  4. future loser [feat. E^ST]
  5. not broken
  6. the moment
  7. weekend drive/couple retreat [feat. Stephanie Wilson]

complex is out friday 23 november through liberation records
vinyl and digital pre-order available here |
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