Xaatu released killer electronic dance track
'Save me' April 24th 2020
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About Xaatu

Xaatu is the enticing electronic project of 24 year old Sandy Quigley, based in the North-East, UK. The music features elements of Trap and Wave, combined with more experimental electronic soundscapes. He creates delicious electronic textures, having started producing aged just 16.

Growing up Xaatu listened to all sorts; from Emo and Pop Punk to Dubstep and Classical - and everything in-between.

Now his main influences are predominantly electronic producers. Sam Gellaitry, SOPHIE, Flume and Pearl White all influence his sound, and he listens to a combination of those alongside artists like Yung Lean and Bladee; whose art inspires other aspects of his music.

His main instruments are guitar and piano - he can play others too, but not as well. He's been playing guitar since he was 6(ish), and then picked up piano while at uni.

What People Are Saying

Xaatu has just signed with a new booking agent and there is talks of a whole host of international shows once the travel restrictions are relaxed!

His next live show is as his lofi side project “Axuta" - it was originally supposed to be on March 21st but it’s been pushed back to June 20th due to COVID-19. He'll be playing alongside John Dole, performing a number of songs they wrote together and some of their own tracks too. Bonsai Barnacle and Vacant Houses are also playing, so get yourself down to Little Buildings, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK!

Xaatu Live

“the best way to describe them would be sonic landscapes; each track transports you into itʼs own unique spacey dimension with well thought out and intricately layered beats.” - (Ride Music)

“an amazingly clever and concise producer and student who, despite his young age, is by far one of the best musicians I've heard over the last couple of months.” - Jonnie Knights (Spotlight UK)

“Xaatu must be like some kind of electronic wizard, crafting new sounds never heard before. “ James Reay (Spotlight UK)