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founder of the group, Natural Causes, in 2003 which issued an album, The Incidental Noise Demo (August 2007), and toured nationally. The group disbanded later that year.
In 2009 Waters independently released his debut album, Inkstains, as Phatchance, via Obese Records distribution. His second album, Infinity, was issued in November 2012. Waters’ solo songs include “Maybe Tomorrow” and “Young ; Dumb”, both received significant national airplay on Triple J and were placed in the Triple J Hottest 100, 2012.

toured in support of many of Australia’s biggest hip-hop acts, including Bliss N EsoDraphtThe HerdPez & 360.[2][3] In 2009 he was a Featured Artist on Triple J Unearthed,[4] an initiative run by the national youth broadcaster Triple J to expose and promote talented unsigned Australian artists – since being unearthed he has received airplay and accolades from the station.[5][6] In the same year he was also awarded a front page feature on social networking website Myspace[7][8] and received coverage in The Australian.