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Angie McMahon: On Learning How To Be Driven, Slowly

Written by on 30 August 2018

Like many musicians, Angie McMahon’s musical path started with the youthful stress of piano lessons. The pressure of knowing that you should practice between lessons is something that has haunted many a teenager in their quest to justify their parents spending money on a musical education whilst also wanting to play music like their idols. […]

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MUTO: On EDM With Emotion, Splendour & ‘Arcane’

Written by on 14 August 2018

Chances are if you live in Australia and ever turn on your radio, you’ve heard the tantalising beats of electronic artist MUTO. Yet another talent emerging from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, MUTO has been hot on the heels of his beaches peers (think the likes of Flume, Ocean Alley and Lime Cordiale). Last year saw the […]

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POLOSHIRT: On Gender in Music, Music-Minded Pets & Getting Lost at Splendour

Written by on 29 July 2018

Nostalgic. Happiness tinged with loss. Misery in a major key.* That’s Polographia, the duo of Moktar Sharouny and Daniel John Stapleton. Combine this with the eclectic yet smooth-as-fark vocals of Winston Surfshirt, and you have the newest Aussie collaborative project dripping into your earholes in the light of a neon sunset. Or a European summer, [...]

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