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King IV: On Dancing Accidents, Reviews & Her Dream Venue

Written by on 14 December 2017

Exploding onto the scene with electricity and ferocity, Melbourne’s own King IV (pronounced Ivy) is taking the electronic music scene by storm. Manifested from the inner workings of both her home studio and studios around Melbourne, Cheyenne Harper is quickly on a trail to success. With every song released, Harper’s dark and experimental sounds continue [...]

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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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Machine Age: On ‘Fighting’, Doubt & The Benefits Of A Team

Written by on 12 December 2017

The Brisbane-based beat maker Adrian Mauro, the man behind Machine Age, known for his powerful blending of electronica glitchy progressions and acoustic instruments, has finally released his brand new single Fighting. Adrian admits that he produced the song himself with additional mixing from the Slumberjack boys and mastering by Andrei Eremin [Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote]. [...]

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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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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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Slum Sociable: On Juggling Jobs, Mental Health & The Trials Of Recording

Written by on 27 November 2017

With unique and gorgeous jazz-infused melodies and smokey low-fi-esque samples, to say that Slum Sociable's debut self-titled release has been keenly anticipated would be an understatement. The Melbourne-based duo have been making waves for some time now, with singles such as All Night getting huge attention worldwide. On the eve of the release, I talked to Miller Upchurch about [...]

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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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SAATSUMA: On Family, Immersion & Melbourne’s Music Community

Written by on 24 October 2017

“It’s probably the proudest achievement of my life so far,” declares Memphis LK when talking about the debut album, Overflow from SAATSUMA. It’s a beautiful record, ebbing and flowing through ten tracks that themselves become parts of an aquatic theme. One may assume that SAATSUMA have come out of nowhere, but it’s been building up [...]

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