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Crooked Colours – ‘VERA’

Written by on 23 June 2017

It’s been a big year for Perth act Crooked Colours, who have spent the past 18 months off the grid creating their debut LP that will delight not only the Australian music scene, but fans of electronica from around the globe. VERA is a testament to the band’s world-wide acclaim, not only meeting expectations with an [...]

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Lorde – ‘Melodrama’

Written by on 19 June 2017

For almost four years, the world waited with utmost curiosity as to what was next for New Zealand artist Lorde. After releasing her game-changing debut album, Pure Heroine, in 2013 to both critical acclaim and sky-rocketting sales, there was always going to be turbulent anticipation of what would come next. But now, after her time away [...]

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Q&A: Samsaruh

Written by on 9 June 2017

Answered by: Samsaruh Where do you hail from? I was born and raised in the suburbs of Melbourne. Sydney is also a bit of a second home for me, I fly up there quite a lot now as some of my favourite people to work with are based up there. Growing up in the suburbs [...]

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Kilter – ‘Through The Distortion’

Written by on 5 June 2017

Kilter knows how to straddle the space between underground electronic and mainstream pop. Through The Distortion is an experimental testament to this. It’s highly accessible – some tracks work on radio, others deep in the club in the wee morning hours. The album is introduced by Ritmo with a beautiful synth arpeggio build with echoes of [...]

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Q&A: Swick

Written by on 1 June 2017

Answered by: Swick Where do you hail from? Melbourne, Australia, but I am living in Sydney at the moment. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: Ha, well I first started making music in my bedroom when I was 15. My first release came out when I was 16, and then I left school and have been [...]

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Oliver Tank, BATTS

Written by on 8 May 2017

6 May, Oxford Art Factory Oliver Tank has been a little MIA on the music scene since 2013’s Slow Motion Music EP. Back with a chimerical debut album and a string of dreamy shows, the Sydney instalment of the tour did not disappoint, as Tank showcased his new show to an intimate crowd. Upon arrival, the [...]

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Q&A: San Mei

Written by on 24 April 2017

Answered by: Emily Hamilton Where do you hail from? The Gold Coast, born and bred. Give us your wicked-cool backstory: My backstory is probably the antithesis of wicked-cool given that I was a home schooler who started out learning classical piano and listening to Mother’s opera records – but I eventually (hopefully) made up for it when [...]

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Fractures: On Being A Lone Wolf

Written by on 9 April 2017

Fractures is a sound-driven artist. Without expectation or pretence this Melbourne artist encapsulates his experiences to create something beautiful, and his his debut album Still Here is no exception. In chatting with Fracture’s Mark Zito, it was interesting to hear that while he hates the word ‘organic’, that’s exactly what his music needs to be. He doesn’t overthink [...]

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