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Posted 21 Jan 2012 @ 7:04pm

Miami's techno and electro young-gun Danny Daze is proud to proclaim his lack of tan, despite living in what could arguably be called the USA's home of partying.


Instead, he prefers to spend his time in the studio experimenting with the underground sounds of house, disco and techno instead of posturing and being photographed, unlike a number of fellow big-name producers we won'...

Posted 6 Dec 2011 @ 10:58am

In times of trouble, cinema can provide a window on the world. The filmmaker's lens offers a unique insight into the issues that are concerning a country's citizens, often revealing the subtleties that are omitted in mainstream media coverage. There is perhaps no nation this is truer of at present than Egypt, a country that has remained in the throws of swift and violent change since the...

Posted 15 Nov 2011 @ 3:24pm

For those who haven't yet heard of Brous (pronounced like Bruce - yes, I know, kind of takes the Frenchy chic out of it), this Melbourne singer is a formidable and rising talent. Having directed the Melbourne International Jazz Festival for the last three years, Sophia Brous exudes a presence and charisma on stage well beyond her 26 years. On Saturday November 12, she released her self-titled...

Posted 18 Oct 2011 @ 2:12pm

"Grace through adversity." That's what I wrote in my notebook at the end of Geoffrey O'Connor's set opening for The Lucky Dragons' show at the Toff In Town. O'Connor, showcasing tunes off his debut solo LP Vanity Is Forever, had only been back in the country for five hours from visiting America. Qantas had quite efficiently misplaced all his instruments, so O'Connor had to depend on the...

Posted 18 Oct 2011 @ 1:49pm

At first glance, Aesop Rock and Kimya Dawson might not seem like the most obvious pairing. One is a deep-voiced, cocksure cult hip-hop icon and one of the finest socio-political lyricists his industry has ever seen. The other is a nervy, sweet-voiced singer-songwriter who introduced herself to the mainstream by featuring heavily on the soundtrack of the 2007 indie-flick Juno. However, listen...

Posted 10 Aug 2011 @ 8:26am

Hi. What's happening.

My name is Anna and my band La Bastard has a run of shows through August in Melbourne in the lead up to our first release later this year!


And what do you do?


I sing a little, dance a little, and make people hold my mic when I break a microphone stand.


When did you start doing that?



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