KESMAR is a new chapter for Sydney musician Nathan Hawes. Having first picked up a guitar
in 2006, Hawes spent over a decade serenading audiences with his folk tunes with great
success. Considering his musical background, Hawes’ latest evolution into KESMAR comes as
an eyebrow-raising surprise. He’s traded his acoustic guitar for swirling synths, introducing a
more disco-oriented chapter of his career. Conceived from writing sessions in 2016, where
he “basically fell in love with learning production and vintage synthesisers.”
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