Archive for: January, 2017

Sure Shaker haven’t kicked backed and relaxed over the holiday period. Three weeks in and there is a national tour for their roster happening as this goes to print. Shake and Bake is the name and if you’re lucky enough to be in Adelaide or Perth over the long weekend it is a show worth catching. Saturday just gone...

Phil Evans is no stranger to making seriously DOPE AF skate edits. Paper Cut London is visually stimulating and well worth the 3 minutes of your life. Follow Jak Pietryga (skater) around the streets of London in this paper edit. Do yourself a favour and check out more of Phil’s work on his website along with Paper Cut...

Sleaford Mods infectiously catchy and simple yet basic rhythm and beats take center stage on their new politically charged track “B.H.S”. Their new music video chronicles the duos misadventures on a yacht while smoking cigars and drinking cocktails. A simple premise that strangely fits the political tone of the track....

FRENCH WAVES has made the history of French electronic music come alive through its documentary, web series, international tour, and immersive website. Starting in the 1990s with the genre’s creation in Detroit and Chicago, followed by an exploration of rave culture and the French Touch movement, and ending with the...

Hot Since 82 has been nothing short of incredible and over the last 5 years his list of accomplishments are astonishing: His Knee Deep in Sound label is easily one of the most popular imprints going around. Early February Hot Since 82 is back to bring his Knee Deep Experience with him – and he is bringing some of the...

Mookhi has stepped out from waiting in the wings to deliver a debut track that can be best described as down-tempo groove electronica. You will find yourself consumed by the beat without even noticing you’ll be tapping away. The simplicity in Foul Play is evident, the track rolls through with subtle yet seamless blends...

A few months ago Simon Henner aka French79 released Olympic his first solo album in the order of his intention. A graduated and abundant record of electronic music where the strict production fades in front of the freshness of melodies, voices, and different ambience. A risky and ambitious album for the French...

It’s no secret that Western Australia’s Margaret River region is one of the world’s wave-rich environments, every twist and turn on Caves Road striking another vein of Indian Ocean gold. From spring to autumn the swell is endless, often too big, and when the winds are angled just so there are few better places to call...

Internationally-adored trio The xx returned January 13th with their highly-anticipated third album, titled I See You. The record, recorded over the course of two years in multiple locations from Reykjavik to Los Angeles, is an incredibly moving portrait of various stages of love and loss. It’s vivid and full of...

Julien Baker’s beautiful vocals and unflinchingly honest songwriting has cemented her as one of the best musicians with a reservoir of untapped potential. Julien Baker falls into the pool of musicians that are associated with honesty and bare bones minimalist design approach to instrumentation, much like any track on...