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Peking Duk, Jack River, Kwame

Written by on 14 May 2018

11 May, Hordern Pavilion A sold-out Hordern Pavilion is more than just a gig. It’s a stark milestone in any Australian artists’ timeline. The venue, nearing 100 years old, stands as a symbol that you’ve made it. You’ve sold out the biggest venue in Sydney, not including seated stadiums and conference centres. The vast and [...]

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MUKI: On Breaking The “Safe” Pop Mould

Written by on 9 May 2018

“When I was three years old I would walk around and be like ‘I wanna be a superstar!’” Sydney-based pop-dream MUKI is well on her way to reaching that superstar status. With three singles under her belt, support act slots for the likes of Paces and Client Liaison, the MUKI project has landed on the [...]

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PREMIERE: Leopard Lake Goes Interdimensional With ‘Further’

Written by on 22 March 2018

Hey guys! It's that special time that we know you all look forward to. That's right, it's premiere time! Where Lunchbox gives all of our beautiful readers an exclusive first listen to some of the best new tracks coming from some of the most promising up-and-coming Australian artists.  And boy... This one's a good one. That's right, [...]

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PREMIERE: PEACH Releases Sweet Debut ‘Faded’

Written by on 5 December 2017

Like a fruit, slowly growing to ripeness, this debut track from Melbourne producer, PEACH, grows and blooms to reveal a lush, smooth and beautiful cascade of sweet electronica on Faded, premiering today on LunchBox. PEACH is born out of the mind of Craig Kemp, a member of electronic duo, noti. who now, in a solo guise, [...]

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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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Lupa J: On Breaking New Territory & Remixing Lorde

Written by on 25 October 2017

With 'Lupa' translating to ‘she-wolf’ in Italian, it makes sense to describe the music of 19-year-old Imogen Jones, aka Lupa J, as dark, powerful, mysterious and utterly beautiful. The songwriter from Sydney is a classically trained violinist turned electronic producer, who has been captivating the local music scene with her latest EP, A House I [...]

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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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