Yesterday CHET FAKER and BANKS released their 1998 collab. I LOVED it specially that 1998 is my favorite track of Chet Faker.
For those who still don’t know who are these TWO! Below you can find a short biography about this music career.
Growing up on his dad’s chillout compilations along with vocal albums from the jazz great Chet Baker, Australian electronica artist Nick Murphy combined the two and took the name Chet Faker when he launched his career with a downtempo cover of Blackstreet’s “No Diggity.” Looking to avoid any confusion with the Australian singer of the same name, Murphy dubbed himself Chet Faker when he made “No Diggity” his first upload to the Internet in 2011. After the song became a viral hit, Faker released his debut EP, Thinking in Textures, on the Opulent label in 2012. A year later he partnered with fellow Aussie Flume on the Lockjaw EP released on Future Classic, while 2014 saw the release of the slow and serene Built on Glass, his debut album for Downtown Records.
A singer and songwriter who crafts moody, downcast alternative pop with shades of contemporary R&B, Jillian Banks started writing as a teenager in her native Tarzana, California after a friend gave her a keyboard. For years, she wrote and played as a personal release, but she uploaded “Before I Ever Met You” — a sleek, low-key track that sounded like the work of someone who had grown up listening to Fiona Apple and Massive Attack — in early 2013. Her full-length debut, Goddess, which featured collaborations with producers Justin Parker, Shlohmo, and additional work with Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, arrived in September 2014 and debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 chart. Harvest issued a large collection of remixes as a digital download in 2015.