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Kučka

KUČKA is the avant-electronic project of producer/vocalist Laura Jane Lowther, who records and produces all of the music from found sounds and analog synths in her bedroom studio in Perth, Australia.

Laura Lowther’s vocal abilities have been recognised internationally as after initially sampling her track "I" for A$AP Rocky’s hit single Long Live A$AP, Rocky asked Laura to sing backing vocals on both Long Live A$AP and Fashion Killa. Both of these tracks appear on his debut album, which charted at number 1 on the US Billboard Charts.

Lowther and her live band (consisting of Jake Steele on Synths, Katie Campbell on live electronic beats and Rosie Taylor on percussion) have toured in France to perform at the Quartz Electronic Music Awards held annually in Paris, as well as headlining an event as part of Technopol’s celebration of Electronic Music. In 2012 KUČKA‘s self-titled EP on Wood & Wire with one of the tracks Polly (serialkillersundays) winning a WAM Song of the Year Award in the experimental category. KUČKA also collaborated with accomplished filmmaker Julia Ngeow to create an unusually surreal anime-inspired filmclip for the track Rewind.