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Posted 4 Feb 2014 @ 1:12pm

“I like Rainbow because everybody is always positive and happy and not down,” announced a bright eyed Isabella, a little girl who has been attending Lexton’s Rainbow Serpent Festival since she was three years old. As the sun began to duck behind the sepia toned hills at Saturday evening’s opening ceremony, it was evident that Isabella’s observation resonated with the expansive crowd scattered...

Posted 21 Jan 2014 @ 9:43pm

Tassilo Ippenberger (aka Tas Toyo) and Thomas Benedix are partners-in-crime and go by the name, Pan-Pot. On the line from their native Berlin – and recovering from their recent Christmas party at the studio - the lads are fired for their forthcoming trip to Australia and the chance to present their wares.


 “Since I’ve started building the Riverside Studios with my other...

Posted 21 Jan 2014 @ 9:43pm

A softly spoken yet effervescent musical legend, Mayer is understandably somewhat of a celebrity in his native Germany. His seminal Kompakt imprint – a partnership between Wolfgang Voigt, Jürgen Paape as well as Mayer himself – the label is well know for breaking all the rules. Originally established as a record store in Koln Germany, the label which came of it is known for its forward...

Posted 21 Jan 2014 @ 4:21pm

Heading to Rainbow this weekend? It's time to get prepared! The map and set times for the 2014 festival have been revealed.


For the first time ever in their 17 year history the festival has also reached capacity and have sold out all of their online tickets.


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Posted 20 Jan 2014 @ 6:32pm

Toby Marks hails from Leamington Spa in the UK and without doubt, is one of the electronic world’s most experienced and well-rounded musicians.  Initially, Banco De Gaia began as the solo project of Marks himself, who as far back as 1992 produced a multitude of down tempo, tribal and chill-out albums on the World Bank and Planet Dog imprints. Later, in 1997 he expanded to set up the Disco...

Posted 16 Jan 2014 @ 11:02am

The fortunes of the English cricket team might be a touchy subject for any proud Briton at present. However, Alex Paterson, the founder/leader of London electronic legends The Orb, is not particularly fazed. "I suppose it is if you're English. Things like this I go with my Dad – he's Scottish anyway, so I don't give a hoot about cricket.”


Rather, Paterson takes aim at an...

Posted 5 Jan 2014 @ 2:53pm

Brazilians Felipe “Fel” Lozinsky and Gustavo “Guk” Rozenthal have already garnered some impressive interest from some big industry names – Guetta, Black Eyed Peas and Madonna to name but a few. Humbly though, they admit they are only about purveying good music and with that, the lads are pushing boundaries across genres and continuing to do great things.


“We've recently been...

Posted 20 Nov 2013 @ 6:55am

Before January last year, I hardly knew much about rave parties, doof, psytrance and so on; until I attended Rainbow Serpent Music festival on a whim.


Some might say I was meant to; it sure did feel like I was in the right place at the right time. In many ways the lifestyle that Rainbow encompasses speaks to all of us who are on a search for greater humility and humanity in our...

Posted 8 Nov 2013 @ 4:03pm

Torrento-born San Franciso-based producer Illiam B. Gates aka ill.Gates intentions are bass - and heavy bass at that. His sets are world renowned party starters with his mix of live production and the choice picks will get your arse moving.


This Saturday November 9 Melbourne is incredibly lucky to be getting a live performance from ill.Gates at Brunswick’s Ceres Environment...

Posted 30 Oct 2013 @ 12:02pm

Can't wait until January? Get your filling of Rainbow Serpent a few months early at Rainbow Urban Gathering, featuring the heavy bass of ill.Gates in his only 2013 Melbourne show.


Aside from tasty beats, the day will also give attendees a chance to score some discounted Rainbow 2014 tickets and win some sweet Rainbow merchandise. For those who just want to keep on moving,...


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