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2008 albums

Posted 18 Apr 2012 @ 6:49pm


Orbital, veterans of the rave made up of brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll from Sevenoaks in the UK, have left an indelible imprint on the landscape of contemporary dance music - one of the key figures in its emergence into the mainstream consciousness of the music industry. Having gone underground at the end of 2004 after the release of veritable classics including Halcyon, Chime and ...

Posted 12 Apr 2012 @ 3:51pm

Due to overwhelming demand, an additional Melbourne date have been added for Sir David Attenborough – A Life on Earth.


Arguably the world’s best-known natural history filmmaker, as well as the most unlikely sex symbol (or does that still remain to be George Calombaris?), Sir David will take audiences on an incredible journey through his extraordinary life, his untold stories,...

Posted 30 Mar 2012 @ 11:44am

Internationally recognised by Mixmag and the HD Music Awards, Showtek are not to be underestimated.


The massive duo from the Netherlands consisting of brothers Sjoerd and Wouter Janssen started off writing techno way back in 2001, but quickly found themselves enamoured with the sounds of hardstyle emerging from the underground. The very first act within the genre to release a...

Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 9:55am


From Here To Anywhere is an irresistible collection of songs that sees Sneaky Sound System’s polished pop soaring to all new heights. The tracks are built around stripped-back house and disco tracks and bouncy vintage synth hooks, but the instrumentation is minimal and understated throughout, allowing Connie Mitchell’s vocals to really shine. Beat-maker Angus McDonald says this new,...

Posted 19 Mar 2012 @ 10:56am

He’s the man with quite possibly the greatest voice in existence, and now the legend that is Sir David Attenborough is bringing that beautiful voice of his and more down under for a series of public events, Sir David Attenborough – A Life Of Earth. 


Arguably the world’s best-known natural history filmmaker, as well as the most unlikely sex symbol (or does that still remain to...

Posted 13 Mar 2012 @ 4:13pm

UK post-dubstep duo Mount Kimbie are returning to Australian shores this May.


Last in Victoria for the closing Saturday night set at Golden Plains last year, the duo have received worldwide critical acclaim since the release of 2010 debut album Crooks & Lovers. Revered for the progression in their live show since the release, this tour is unmissable for fans interested in...

Posted 27 Jan 2012 @ 2:51pm

British post-hardcore act Attack! Attack will be joined by The Cab and River City Extension for another sidewave from the festival that just keeps on giving.


Attack! Attack!'s latest record, The Latest Fashion, has received some impressive radio play throughout the country since its release in February and has helped the band's fanbase continue to grow in Australia. With...

Posted 14 Dec 2011 @ 9:28am


The end of the year draws ever closer, and that usually means a ballsy list of all the grouse albums what I done rocked out to quite heartily over the course of 2011 'n' that. One reader of the ol' Metaloc has requested that I keep it all-Austrayan this year, so that's what we're gonna do. This is the local shit that busted my speakers but good:



Posted 9 Dec 2011 @ 4:16pm

After popping a little sampler CD in the post to various big-name labels for shits and giggles, he found his little tune Nards immediately snatched up by the musical brainchild of Jerome Derradji, Still Music – and named one of the best songs to be released that year by DJs including Gilles Peterson, signaling the beginning of something big for the man known as Trus’me.



Posted 12 Oct 2011 @ 11:17am

What's your name then? Oh. And the name of your band… Luke from The Havelocks.


And what do you do?


I hit things with sticks in a semi melodic fashion while the other guys pluck strings and sing harmonies.


When did you start doing that?




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