Sharktank

Sharktank (c) Rea von der Liszt

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Genre(s): Indie/Alternative, Pop
From: Vienna, Austria
Label: inkmusic.at
Booking: jessica.oelzinkmusic.at
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BIOGRAPHY

HipHop und Pop have always been friendly neighbours. Vienna based Sharktank finally have them married happily ever after. What started off as a solo project of rapper Mile quickly became a band when young singer Katrin Paucz joined the studio session Mile held at renowned producer Marco Kleebauers studio (he famously produced several award winning and chart-topping albums from bands like Bilderbuch, Oehl and his own band, Leyya).

Their joint debut “Washed Up” hit the airwaves right after release and immediately gained traction on Spotify (180k plays in a few weeks without any editorial playlists) and radios (>5000 registerted airplays in Europe within two months). 

Now that the band grows a fanbase so rapidly, listeners are eagerly awaiting the follow-up, “Too Much”, which is out Friday 23 October. Katrins magic vibe and lyrics on the difficulties of expectations in a relationship are encountered by Marcos positively-quirky production and conscious rap lines of Mile. 

 


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