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What So Not – ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’

Written by on 7 March 2018

Having established himself as one of the world’s most revered electronic acts, it’s hard to believe that What So Not, aka Chris Emerson has not yet released an album. However, the wait is indicative of his craftsmanship and patience as a producer, with each track on Not All The Beautiful Things being more three-dimensional than the [...]

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Alice Ivy, Nasty Mars, Oh Boy

Written by on 27 February 2018

16 February, Husdon Ballroom The Hudson Ballroom audience is sparse as Oh Boy starts his electronic dance set. It’s a shame there are not many people to dig the vibes, because there are plenty of vibes to dig. With an electronic drummer on stage (the kit, not the player) and another percussion cohort, Oh Boy [...]

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Kuren: On Heroes, Sticky Fingers & Motivational Speakers

Written by on 13 December 2017

With a crisp new track featuring the likes of Illy and a debut album in the works, 19-year-old Kuren, aka Curtis Kennedy, is one of those terribly talented people who really makes you wonder what you're doing with your life. Perhaps even more annoyingly, he's a genuinely lovely guy. He's hardworking and clear-sighted in his [...]

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Crooked Colours: On German Fans, Tropical Islands & Fezzy Season

Written by on 30 November 2017

The electronic vs live music war has found peace in the shape of Crooked Colours, three Fremantle boys who create and perform their music a little differently. After winning triple j Unearthed’s Laneway Festival competition in 2014, Phil Slabber, Leon De Baughn and Liam Merret-Parks didn’t fall victim to the fast-paced, high turnover industry path [...]

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The Kite String Tangle, Golden Vessel, Austen

Written by on 30 October 2017

27 October, Corner Hotel Melbourne knows its nightlife so it was no surprise that the city turned it on for The Kite String Tangle on Friday night. Performing at the Corner Hotel in Richmond, DJ/Producer Danny Harley not only brought his A-game, but some more of Brisbane’s best. The result? A night of electronic joy [...]

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Vallis Alps: On Touring, Simplicity and Our Future Selves

Written by on 27 September 2017

I remember the first time I saw Vallis Alps live. It was at Groovin The Moo last year. As incredible as that was, however, a lot of growth has been manifested into their music since then, as their sound explodes into all aspects of performance and entertainment. Vallis Alps are known for their utterly stunning [...]

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