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Posted 16 Apr 2014 @ 2:41pm

Growing up in Northern Ireland's capital, Belfast, has instilled in the man known as Ejeca a humourous, down-to-earth attitude. 


Ejeca's output has always been diverse. Early tracks were centred on a disco/house fusion, and more recently he’s explored deeper house and techno style such as the off-kilter Frequency EP on Sasha's Last Night On Earth imprint. Never one to stick...

Posted 16 Apr 2014 @ 2:40pm

Rebekah is one of the up and coming artists in today ́s world of electronic music who has made a lasting impression on some of the biggest players in the scene. 


Her passion is burning bright for techno, inspired by Dave Clarke, Derrick Carter, Richie Hawtin and Billy Nasty in her teens at the legendary Que Club in Birmingham. She is currently playing at some of the most...

Posted 15 Apr 2014 @ 3:15pm

A chat with Yacht Club DJs often yields a broad range of topics. And speaking with one half of the Ballarat mash-up kings, Gaz Harrison, this occasion is no exception. From drinking out of shoes, switching between being a drinking and partying machine and being a social introvert, it’s all up for discussion and as diverse as the content of one of their mixtapes.


Yacht Club DJs...

Posted 15 Apr 2014 @ 1:36pm

Sneaker collector, vinyl freak and all-round music geek, Yo! Mafia is fresh from playing with A$AP Ferg and at the official Sydney Gay And Lesbian Mardi Gras Party, and is set to tear it up around Melbourne all of April, dropping her signature hip hop flavour all around town.


For an event synonymous with Kylie Minogue pop anthems, a hip hop-centric act did seem like an...

Posted 15 Apr 2014 @ 12:58pm

DJ Premier might be the greatest producer in the history of hip hop. After emerging as one half of Gang Starr alongside the late emcee Guru, Premo quickly became known for epitomising the New York sound and for 'speaking' with his hands, scratching together lyrics from older tracks to construct new choruses. He's produced classics for Nas, The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Big Daddy Kane, Mos Def,...

Posted 11 Apr 2014 @ 4:13pm

Collaboration has long been an integral component of hip hop music and culture. This is certainly true of Australia’s flourishing hip hop scene. Melbourne’s Bam Bam – AKA Joel Chamaa – is yet another young MC quickly generating a national audience, thanks to the singles Bags Packed (featuring Melbourne rapper Allday) and Feel Like I’m Alive (featuring Adelaide nu-R&B singer Tigerilla). “...

Posted 9 Apr 2014 @ 3:10pm

Two of Australia's leading electronic music brands are joining forces for the launch of a unique travelling indoor dance event.


Dubbed HOLEANDCORNER, two events will take place in Melbourne and Sydney. It will feature a headline DJ set from Hot Chip alongside performances from Matthew Dear, Henry Saiz, Guy J, Cosmin TRG and Xosar.

Posted 8 Apr 2014 @ 11:10am

The Goblin Ball will return to the Northcote Town Hall this June.


Inspired by cult-classic Labyrinth (1986) starring David Bowie as the Goblin King, the night will explore a fairytale-inspired world in live action role-playing style. Guests will be immersed in an evening of goblin mythology, archaic rituals and viennese-inspired masquerades, as well as have the chance to create...

Posted 7 Apr 2014 @ 9:24pm

With acid for blood and rave in his veins, Sydney’s Vengeance is bringing his hyper-electrified take on EDM to Melbourne. “Rave, because fucking shut up and rave.” They’re stern words from Sydney producer/DJ Vengeance, but when it comes to the genres he dabbles in (see: destroys) he’s not messing around.


We find Vengeance making these bold proclamations midway through his Acid...

Posted 4 Apr 2014 @ 2:29pm

Prins Thomas has announced he will be returning to Melbourne.


Responsible for a swag of the eclectic ‘space-disco’ sounds emanating from his homeland, Norway, Thomas Moen’s upbringing at the school of hard knocks only adds to his creativity within his production and DJ sets. His new album, Prins Thomas III, is set to be released on Monday April 28, just two days after he hits...

Posted 3 Apr 2014 @ 1:23pm

It’s not easy to describe the Jersey club movement – so I’ll let the Sliink do the talking – but rest assured it’s music to dance and groove to, no doubt. Lucky then, he opens with this: “I’ve been working on a lot of new music,” New Jersey based DJ and producer says. “I've been giving my family a lot of time also. But I just got back from Miami a few hours ago on a quick business trip with...

Posted 31 Mar 2014 @ 6:47pm

Where's the strangest place you've woken up?
 A Scottish hospital.
Describe yourself using the title of a song.
 Just A Friend - Biz Markie
What was the weirdest thing you believed as a child?
Green, talking, mutant heroes in a half shell seem pretty strange in hindsight, right?
The most awkward moment you've had as a DJ?
 Having the...

Posted 31 Mar 2014 @ 6:31pm

As veteran Dutch drum and bass trio Black Sun Empire begin work on another album, member Micha Heyboer is still doing it for the love of the music. A drummer as a kid with a physics teacher and computer-enthusiast for a dad, Heyboer quickly found a passion for computer generated music, transitioning to creating rather than playing drums and eventually forming Black Sun Empire with his brother...

Posted 31 Mar 2014 @ 2:27pm

Never one to think inside the box, Alison Wonderland announces her most ambitious and original project to date – presenting the Wonderland Warehouse Project.


Joined by shooting star Wave Racer and rising star Young Franco, the Sydney-based producer/DJ will turn a number of remarkable properties into temporary party temples as she embarks on a national tour of unique, secret...

Posted 28 Mar 2014 @ 1:27pm

The Aston Shuffle have announced a national tour in promotion of their newest LP Photographs.


It's been just over a month since the electronic duo returned to the live circuit, spurring the Instagram hashtag #tearitdown following an insane performance of Photographs single Tear It Down. Other singles Comfortable and No Place Like Home have established the boys are back in...

Posted 27 Mar 2014 @ 12:32pm

After touring North America, Europe, and Canada, Sampology will return to Australia for a string of DJ tour dates this Autumn.


The tour will see Sampology select from some of his favourite house, hip hop, soul, and progressive tunes, as well as some of his own remixes, edits and unreleased originals It also coincides with his new remix of Crooked Colours' In Your Bones....

Posted 26 Mar 2014 @ 10:22am

Every now again, we run across something really fresh, something completely left of field. By all accounts, from what we know, Fourcolours by Realityworks, is looking to be one of those game changers. There are only hints and rumours around as to what's in store for Melbourne this October.


We had a quick chat with Peter Suwara, the event director, who has in the past presented...

Posted 21 Mar 2014 @ 12:51pm

When musicians step out from behind the scenes to become the artist-in-focus, it’s not always a smooth transition. Albums from Johnny Marr, Radiohead’s Phil Selway, and even N.E.R.D.’s Pharrell are just some instances of respected sidemen struggling to assert themselves on their own terms. But for Neil Davidge, who has been crucially involved in both production and songwriting with trip hop...

Posted 17 Mar 2014 @ 1:21pm

Drum and bass acts Black Sun Empire and State of Mind are returning to Melbourne.


Black Sun Empire is the collaborative project of Dutchmen Rene Verdult and brothers Milan Heyboar and Micha Heyboar. Returning to Melbourne after a sold out show in 2013, the trio are set to blow off the roof of Brown Alley.
Patrick Hawkins and Stuart Maxwell who together make State...

Posted 14 Mar 2014 @ 3:37pm

The Late Show and All Good are bringing New York Transit Authority down from Bristol to Revolver this April.


Mensah Anderson, you probably know him simply as Mensah, is NYTA. The dubstep producer who’s released extensively on H.E.N.C.H. and most recently Mala’s Deep Medi Musik, has collaborated with everyone from likes of Sukh Knight, Squarewave and Baobinga along the way....

Posted 14 Mar 2014 @ 3:16pm

Twisted Audio is set to bring down one of the true legends of drum and bass this Easter Sunday.


A battle DJ of renown (he represented England in the 1989 DMCs), Hype had a history of electrifying deck-work before moving on from his reggae and hip hop roots in the late '80s and latching onto house and hardcore. With appearances at the monthly Playaz night at Fabric, Hype...

Posted 14 Mar 2014 @ 11:58am

After having so much fun the last time, Darkbeat have announced another Balance Boat Party on the Victoria Star Cruise Ship with Nick Warren and Anthony Pappa steering the music in the right direction.


With eight Global Underground and two Renaissance compilations on top of 2011's Balance mixes, Nick Warren has got a whole lot of achievements under his belt. He is head of A...

Posted 13 Mar 2014 @ 3:31pm

Shit Robot is returning to Australian shores.


Shit Robot aka Dubliner Marcus Lambkin has been an undenial presence in dance music. Having his start in clubs and playing shows for 10 years, Shit Robot thought it was time to depart New York in 2004 for Stuttgart and start recording music. After a series of 12”s in late 2010 Lambkin released his debut album, From The Cradle To The...

Posted 13 Mar 2014 @ 3:29pm

Animals Dancing have announced that Young Marco will take over the decks at their next party.


Graphic designer turned crate digger, Young Marco aka Marco Sterk has had quite a ride. Starting out as Rush Hour’s in-house designer some seven years ago, he went on to collecting obscure and forgotten items, experimenting with production on outdated computers donated to him by...

Posted 13 Mar 2014 @ 3:19pm

The formidable Salmonella Dub are stepping out as the Salmonella Dub Soundsystem for a string of shows.


For 20 years New Zealand’s own Salmonella Dub have commanded concert halls and stadiums across the world, blending dub, rock, jazzy horns, drum and bass, electronica and reggae. Salmonella Dub Soundsystem is Salmonella Dub’s little brother, featuring the Salmonella Dub horn...

Posted 13 Mar 2014 @ 1:53pm

Inside Out has announced its March return with Chicago legend Boo Williams.


A second generation house producer and DJ who followed in the footsteps of Chicago greats like Larry Heard, Marshall Jefferson and Lil Louis, Boo learnt to produce from good friend Glenn Underground and went on to release records with seminal labels like Peacefrog, Relief and Cajual with Green Velvet,...

Posted 12 Mar 2014 @ 1:57pm

Safia’s Listen To Soul, Listen To Blues has been a triple j staple and it’s not surprising given the indie electro outfit’s accessible sound bridges the gap between soulful emotion and synth driven pop. It was a wild ride for Canberra’s Safia in 2013, the guys winning triple j Unearthed’s Groovin’ The Moo competition early in the year for their single, Stretched & Faded, which set the pace...

Posted 7 Mar 2014 @ 12:47pm

Los Angeles producer ETC! ETC! will provide an outlet for those itching to unleash their moombahton moves when he hits our shores this month.


The member of Diplo's Mad Decent team has secured regular airplay on BBC 1 and support from the likes of Dillon Francis, Congrock and Wolfgang Gartner.

Posted 7 Mar 2014 @ 12:46pm

UK DJ and producer Girl Unit will return for Australia this July, bringing with him his signature bass heavy productions. 


Girl Unit first attracted attention back in 2010 for his YouTube hit Wut and has since released his Club Rez EP in addition to touring around the world. 

Posted 6 Mar 2014 @ 3:41pm

Carl Cox is arguably one of the most respected DJs in the world. He's been DJing for 36 years with him fully booked for the European summer that sees him take in sets at Ibiza as well as Europe’s most famous outdoor dance festival, Belgium’s Tomorrowland – where he has his own stage named Carl Cox and Friends. Before he jets off for the European Summer Cox is playing an exclusive club gig at...