Posted 22 Mar 2017 @ 12:35pm


Supporting Huntly was Shouse; a local duo who make fun dance jams. Their smooth set was made even smoother by the addition of a live saxophone soaring over all the tracks. They had everyone moving to their addictively catchy beats.
Sandwiching Shouse was two DJ sets from disco queen Brooke Powers. Bringing the bouncy house tracks, she quickly had the whole sweaty room...

Posted 15 Mar 2017 @ 1:17pm



The amount of thought and attention poured into the four tracks on Songs In Your Name make it clear how dedicated Huntly are to their craft. The Melbourne three-piece make pop music with an electronic basis that is highly melodic but imbued with an uncommon emotional honesty and intelligence.
There’s a lot of space left in the tracks between the beats, synth...

Posted 10 Oct 2015 @ 1:20pm


1. What Do You Look For in a Band?
We make music that Kim Beazley has described as “introspective rave-core with a melodramatic lens”. We’re not quite sure where we fit yet in Melbourne but are hoping to find our home soon – somewhere comfortable where we can dance sadly and all have a bath at the end.
2. Keeping Busy
For the past few months we’ve been pushing...

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