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Posted 11 Sep 2012 @ 2:20pm
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Dubstep producer Doctor P has become a huge name on the scene over the past few years since the release of his massive single Sweet Shop. Chatting to the man himself ahead of his set at the Big Ape showcase on Friday, September 21 at Roxanne Parlour, Doctor P has just finished up a massive run of dates in the U.S and he’s a little tuckered out. “It was pretty full on, I had one day off in...

Posted 30 May 2012 @ 6:30am
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Before she became the world’s most famous witch, Fiona Horne fronted Sydney’s industrial dance rock group Def FX. At the height of their popularity Def FX imploded after the sudden departure of founding member Sean Lowry. Fiona Horne has got the band back together for their first shows in 15 years.

 

An informal meeting with a friend of a friend in Los Angeles was the catalyst...

Posted 21 May 2012 @ 11:50am
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Sydney's Tim Butler, aka Boot, has been one of Australia's most active dubstep producers and DJs over the last few years. Hailing from Sydney, the 29-year-old producer has been making music for around five years now. Throughout that time he has constantly been working on and refining his sound.

 

Boot’s tunes are a convergence of dark dance floor dubstep, techstep, drum and bass...

Posted 26 Apr 2012 @ 6:21am
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Tom Mundell used to run an internet radio station from his bedroom in his early teens. It was here that he received drum’n’bass CDs in the post and one which caught his attention and essentially led him to where he is today was Bad Company’s remix of Q Project’s track Champion Sound.Mundell, aka Metrik, speaks to us about his upcoming Between Worlds Tour, his love for sci-fi and...

Posted 24 Apr 2012 @ 1:15pm
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Life in his newly adopted hood’s been good going for young Tyler, the man behind Deall. “Man, you can’t beat a Melbourne Autumn,” he chimes from his home base. “We’ve had a great one so far and the forecast is excellent for both weather and gigs.” The lad’s been living the proverbial dream in the northern suburbs, working a 9-5 and going for as many languid swims as possible. “I have...

Posted 13 Apr 2012 @ 10:59am
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Jesse I has played a part in Melbourne’s music scene since the late ‘90s when he started Chant Down Babylon for student radio station SRA. In 1999 he took his bags to PBS FM where he hosted the same show, now known as Babylon Burning. He has also played guest spots on various radio shows nationwide as well as internationally, as far and wide as Kiss in the UK and...

Posted 13 Apr 2012 @ 10:50am
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The man doesn’t really need an introduction - it’s impossible that you know electronic music and not the name Roger Sanchez. Who hasn’t had a dance to Another Chance from the seminal LP First Contact released way back when in 2001? The man behind various monikers is a bona-fide legend when it comes to music. As a label boss and DJ he is without peer – a man whose vision knows no...

Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 3:53pm
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With latest effort Let's Ride set to drop very soon, Krafty Kuts is well overdue for a date in Melbourne - no stranger to Australian shores, the alias of Martin Reeves is an understandably notorious one.

 

Since discovering the world of electro and hip-hop sounds early in the nineties, he started his own record shop and quickly developed an encyclopaedic knowledge of dance music...

Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 3:53pm
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Having recently established their own label Works the Long Nights together, the duo that are Pariah and Blawan will certainly have some late evenings working together – especially on the back of the announcement that they’ll be making their first excursions down to Australia together in the next few months.

 

Originally from Scotland, Pariah relocated to London to pursue a...

Posted 21 Mar 2012 @ 7:22am
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Tommy Dash is somewhat of a loose unit. A tendency for his music being a bit twisted, getting banned around the place – it’s all in a day’s work for this guy. Skism knows how to make it work too, capitalising on all the attention and making a name for himself with the most insane beats coupled with a little bit of salt and pepper – and heaps of chilli.

 

“My journey...

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