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Arona Mane

After kickstarting the year with the Triple J premiered Things You Do (a Unearthed free download that would eventually make it’s way to HBO’s Ballers), Sydney-based producer Arona Mane has been steadily raising more than a few of the right eyebrows, as those in the know are starting to follow the bread crumb trail of funk, R&B and 80’s electronica he’s leaving behind.

Announcing himself in late 2015, with his Hypetrak premiered boom-bap twist of Hermitude’s Ukiyo, Arona Mane has been releasing a steady stream of originals, edits and remixes to a welcoming audience. While his Retro Future takes on classic from Nas, Common, Michael Jackson and Major Lazer have garnered him spins on Triple J, Beats1 & BBC Radio1, his originals like Things You Do, Teardrops and Pass Over That Good Shit have been championed by Spotify, with the later receiving a coveted spot on the New Music Playlists upon its’s release, and reaching the Top Ten of the Hype Machine charts.

Described by Australian dance heros The Aston Shuffle as a “smooth, 80’s tinged, disco kind of vibe,” the who’s who of the internet been rapidly tipping to their hat to the new producer, with the likes of Hypetrak, Dancing Astronaught, Stoney Roads, Spotify, Acid Stag, Nylon Mag and Pilerats amongst his most vocal supporters, with the almighty Diplo himself including Arona in his 2016 Best Of BBC Radio1 Mix.