Morgan Then and Fletcher Ehlers, who together make up the electronic act SLUMBERJACK, are constantly challenging themselves to push the bounds of their creativity.
From traveling around the globe to record original samples, to designing and executing all of the components of their live shows, SLUMBERJACK are at the forefront of their genre. Formed in 2014, the duo—who split their time between Los Angeles and Perth—have been making waves with their eclectic sound, thanks in part to their distinct musical backgrounds: Fletcher, influenced by his parents’ love of electronica, produced his own digital music as a teenager, while the Malaysian-born Morgan was a classically-trained pianist. Since launching their career with a No. 1 track on Triple J’s influential sister station, Unearthed, SLUMBERJACK have released four EPs—including their newest effort, Black & Blue—and over 10 singles. They’ve received two ARIA Gold Records (for their 2014 self-titled debut and their 2017 single, “Fracture”), while their second EP, Fracture, debuted at No. 1 on iTunes Australia’s electronic chart.