Just six years deep into his flourishing career, Mall Grab - AKA Jordon Alexander - has achieved some astronomic highs. From stellar headline sets to instantly sold-out shows and world tours, Mall Grab quickly rose to success with his spearheading lo-fi sound in 2016 after breaking out in his hometown of Newcastle, Australia. A staple on any major festival line-up, Mall Grab has since produced under his own name and solo dream-pop project, and now gears up to release his first full-length record under the Mall Grab moniker.
Just a week ahead of the release of his debut record, ‘What I Breathe’, Mall Grab takes a spin in The Lab LDN. “This album is deeply personal and an exploration of all influences, sounds and sides of the Mall Grab project,” he says of the LP. “It follows my journey of the last 6 years from a university dropout in Newcastle (Australia), making music as a source of happiness and expression”. The producer’s next record blurs the line between genres where "elements of emotional but hard and pumping club music are intertwined with house, jungle, rave and grime”, and features big-leaguers including Nia Archives, Novelist, and D Double E. Catch Australia’s finest in the Lab this week and sign up for guestlist here.