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2001 albums

Posted 27 Jan 2012 @ 11:10am

After extraordinarily high demand for both his Laneway Festival sideshows, Prince Bandroom have announced extra tickets to French musician M83.


M83's latest LP, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, is an ambitious 22-track record that has received critical acclaim and has also become his highest-selling record. Touring with his band, including the winner of an open audition hosted by...

Posted 30 Nov 2011 @ 9:38am

Points for style - Number Station have the most beautiful and environmentally responsible CD packaging I've seen in a while - an origami sleeve that unfolds into a Rothko-esque mini poster. The track walks a fine line between angular Brooklyn style indie rock and a fluid, straight up pop melody. It doesn't smack you over the head with a killer hook or a radically distinctive sound, but the...

Posted 8 Nov 2011 @ 9:55am

Now this is a novel idea – how does an afternoon spent in the warm sunshine of December in Melbourne, lolling about in the grass with a radio blasting nothing but heavy-hitting tunes from the likes of Heavy Innit, Too Much, Chant Down Sound and The Operatives sound? 


Yeah, we thought it was brilliant, too. Hijacking the upper terraces of Birrarung Marr for their first annual...

Posted 31 Oct 2011 @ 9:03am

You know those stereotypical moments when you dance around your bedroom basically naked? Don’t deny it, we’ve all been there. Well, it’s time for those dance moves to make their way out of the bedroom (with or without more clothes) and be unleashed in a dance class! 


Chunky Move’s dance classes are the perfect way to unwind, improve your flexibility and strength and get in...

Posted 19 Oct 2011 @ 4:56pm

Parisian DJ and producer Dyed Soundorom has a type of street cred and underground house appeal that would make most other DJs envious. His rise from promoter to DJ, then to remixer, and now producer has been a steady one. He's hooked up with the world's biggest club brands, including the legendary Circo Loco in Ibiza, and had releases and remixes on labels like Freak n Chic, Supplement Facts,...

Posted 13 Oct 2011 @ 2:45pm

Next month, Heide Museum of Modern Art will celebrate thirty years as a public museum. To mark the occasion, it will host its first all-of-site exhibition, Forever Young: 30 Years of the Heide Collection.


The exhibition will trace the history of the collection, showcasing works which have rarely been seen alongside iconic masterpieces. Each gallery space will focus on a...

Posted 27 Sep 2011 @ 2:36am

A little piece of news to brighten your day – UK trance producer Solarstone is heading down to Australia to light up our clubs next month. 


With a second instalment of his much-celebrated Electronic Architecture compilation, featuring gems from the likes of Hybrid, Medway, Nick Rowland and more alongside his own work, it’s no wonder he’s more than ready to hit the decks for a...

Posted 23 Sep 2011 @ 9:06am

Brazillians CSS return with their third studio album, one that specialises in lively electro-pop with varied results. La Liberación begins promisingly, specialising in lively electro-pop courtesy of the methodical club-inclined I Love You. Its follow-up, Hits Me Like A Rock, proves the real standout, its infectious reggae-pop splendour securing an early zenith. The record’s third track, City...

Posted 5 Sep 2011 @ 12:01pm

To celebrate the release of his ridiculously good new LP Babylon, Melbourne MC Phrase is hitting the road for a massive national tour this October.


Invigorated by a surprise rock-infused change of direction, Phrase raked in the cream of Australian rock royalty for guest slots on the record. The tour will be a culmination of this stylistic transition, with Phrase enlisting a...

Posted 18 Aug 2011 @ 9:33am

We have seen no shortage of retro-tinged outfits, trying to recapture that late 60s soul in recent years. What separates the genuine bands from the tribute acts are those that use the musical palette as inspiration and transcend it. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings have arguably pulled off the balance successfully as have Perth's Tame Impala with the garage rock aesthetic. Hard working Los...

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