ON THE ROAD AGAIN: Seth Sentry will be performing on August 5 at Club 54 in Launceston, and at Hobart’s Uni Bar on August 6.
This Australian hip hop artist has come a long way since his first hit The Waitress Song in 2008.
Seth Marton, the man behind Seth Sentry,now has two albums and an EP under his belt, and is back on the road with his 1969 tour.
The tour name comes from a single of the same nameoff last year’sStrange New Past, the second full-length release for the Melbourne artist.
Although it has been eight years since he burst into the Australian hip hop circuit, Marton has never been in a rush with his writing, nor will he ever be.
“I write quite slowly, I like to get it right, wait until I am 100 per centsatisfied with everything,” Marton said.
For album number two, he decided to approach things a little differently.
“I didn’t try to write singles – the songs that I wrote are just how I was feeling at the time,I just wanted to create a straight-up rap albumandmade songs that my friends would enjoy,” Marton said.
“People thought that my next album was going to be more pop, but it wasn’t –I wanted to hit them with something more unexpected.”
Last year, Marton smashed out a 50-show tour to promote Strange New Past.
While this tour is nowhere near as big, he is keen to hit up the states of Australia.
Seth Sentry will be performing on August 5 at Club 54 in Launceston, and at Hobart’s Uni Bar on August 6.
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