Lyall Moloney

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Recently, Ly-Mo joined Tash Sultana on a sold-out east coast tour, shared a stage with Sean Kingston, and on top of that has been spending his time in the studio working on new music for our ears. After dropping his fresh single ‘Do It All Day’, Ly-Mo joined Ivan Ooze on the road in November and played The Cambridge NYE Street Party in Newcastle. He then joined forces with his label mates (Gold Member, Bootleg Rascal) for the Shake ‘n’ Bake #2 travelling circus, covering 14 dates across Australia.

The new track gives an insight into LYMØ’s distinctive high vocals for the first time, and might just be his catchiest work to date. The dub hip-hop master is hitting the road this April to give you a fresh taste of his impressive live show, stopping at the biggest venues he’s headlined to date.

This is the first new music we’ve seen from the one-man band since his debut album ‘Only Lonely’ was released, which featured ample Sydney talents including Dylan Frost and Freddy Crabs of Sticky Fingers, as well as LaLuz and Elde Rocky. If this is anything to go off, it wouldn’t be a stretch to expect another talent filled lineup of features for his second full length release.

LYMØ is fresh off the Shake ‘N’ Bake tour with fellow Sureshaker label mates Boo Seeka and Bootleg Rascal, where he captivated audiences from Milton to Margaret River. Phoebe Robertson of Beat Magazine had this to say of Lyall’s opening set at the sold out Corner Hotel show in Melbourne: “with nothing more than two microphones, an electric guitar and a loop pedal, the interstate talent created a sound that far exceeded expectations”. On top of that nation-wide tour, LYMO has been hitting the summer festivals hard, making appearances at the Festival of King Island, Originals Music Fest and Big Pineapple.

Lyall Moloney’s new dancehall inspired track – Do It All Day (DIAD) Feat. Nick Frayzier (UK) and La Vif (Columbia). Dropping some heat perched atop his beat-making throne, Lyall takes this to the next level with his infectious brand of Club Killin’ Hip Hop.

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