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Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 7:42am


Define your genre in five words or less:



Bearing the terrible clichéd nature of this question, what do you reckon people will say you sound like?

They’d say “Oh this band is pretty funky.. Kinda sound like The Black Seeds crossed with UB40, or something.”


What do you love about making music?

It comes as a natural...

Posted 3 Nov 2011 @ 2:34pm

The Sacramento hip hop trio will be making their debut Australian tour early next year.


Dark and experimental, Death Grips are reverred for their hardcore passion and raw power, concocting in an unmistakable blend of aural anarchy. With the release of their mixtape Ex-Military earlier this year they burst onto the international scene and haven't looked back, leaving no...

Posted 20 Oct 2011 @ 1:50pm

In a world where the ordinary is starting to be seen as the extraordinary, there are artists that feel the need to question that, proving that some things are still different. Ozlem Sen is one of those people.


There's no easy way to explain here artwork, so what's better than hearing about it straight from the artists mouth? Sen explains, “In art I feel like I'm creating...

Posted 3 Oct 2011 @ 1:59pm

Single-man orchestra Wintercoats aka James Wallace is set to launch his sophomore EP Sketches this November.


Wintercoats has been a focal point of the Melbourne underground community since the release of his debut EP Cathedral. Since then, he's ethereal compositional talents and profound arrangement dexterity have seen him revered internationally, and have landed him support...

Posted 15 Jul 2011 @ 2:35pm

Italian born Sydney-sider Master of Ribongia, may be a relative newcomer to an eclectic electronica ship helmed by the likes of Warp Records and Brainfeeder, but he is certainly making his presence felt with his debut EP release I Bit Her. This work is full of interesting and aurally stimulating clicks and glitches, and smiling Super-Nintendo notes laid upon twisted squelching percussion....

Posted 17 Jun 2011 @ 1:18pm

There’s only one thing more satisfying than a beautiful new record, and that’s two new records. Side by side. Creating a picture. You thought those days were dead. But Twerps have other ideas.


Back from a United States tour, Melbourne-based Twerps has a treat for their local followers. Their two new singles, Black Eyes 7” and She Didn’t Know 7”, are not only available in vinyl...

Posted 31 May 2011 @ 12:36pm

A kind of meta-protest song that calls for strength, unity and marching in the streets without ever clearly identifying what is actually being protested against. There are oblique references to 'righting wrongs' to avoid having your 'freedom wings' clipped, and while 'they' are accused of chaining up humanity and blind-folding lucid dreamers, no specific victims or perpetrators are identified...

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