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Horrorshow, Spit Syndicate, Jackie Onassis and Joyride. Four of the biggest names in Aussie hip hop, and they’re all coming to Melbourne. Hip hop collective One Day are heading down for their Many Hands tour, playing a slew of shows in between their many Groovin the Moo appearances later this month. They perform locally on Friday May 1 at the Prince Bandroom, and we’re sending one lucky reader...

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Alright nerdlingers listen up. Over three-ish weeks Melbourne Showgrounds is turning into a scene straight out of Dawn of the Dead (original of course), with brains, blood and all. Friday to Sunday sees zombies scattered across the grounds, while weekdays and weeknights focus on team combat in the Battle Apocalypse arena. Teams of eight survivors (that’s you) must use realistic tactics and...

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Northern Soul tells the story of DJ culture in America. Two young boys race from their small country town to the big city to start rattling through crates, looking for rarities to help them become the best DJ’s on the scene. Celebrating the digital release of Northen Soul (out now on iTunes), the organizers are giving us, meaning you, five Audio Technica headphones valued at $59.99 each. If...

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English singer/songwriter Ben Howard is restringing his guitar, preparing for his I Forget Where We Were tour, which sees Howard start off in London, head over to Paris, then make a quick stopover here before continuing on to God only knows where else. He plays in Melbourne on Monday June 1 at Margaret Court Arena. Don’t start worrying about ticket prices yet; we’ve got a double pass to sling...

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Rocking a retro hippy aesthetic, indie four piece Peace exploded onto the music scene last year with debut album In Love. Now, with sophomore release Happy People dropping earlier this year, everything’s coming up Peacehouse. Their Thursday April 30 gig at Ding Dong Lounge sounds like a hoot, and I think we got a spare ticket floating around the Beat office. 

 

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Starting off your music career as a James Brown impersonator sounds like an awful way to get into the biz. Somehow, Charles Bradley made it work. Overcoming his (kind of hilarious) beginnings, Bradley’s been killing it since his debut LP Victim of Love dropped back in 2013. He just performed a great closing set at Coachella over the weekend too, check out the VOD. Anyway, we got five copies of...