Posts by: Ben O

Holy Holy are back with their new album Paint which is set for release 24th February. Leading up to the release we took some time with the bands vocalist Timothy Carroll to talk about the upcoming album. We delve into the concept behind the album’s artwork along with some of Tim’s favourite songs, how they work as a...

Champagne Internet is the epitome of the diverse music culture Melbourne has to offer. Experimentation of sounds sees Liminal States (Part 1) play with many different concepts of expanding electronic awareness in a smooth rhythm and synthesised beats. Chords For A While hits your ears with a wave of easiness just as...

It’s been a good fifteen years since Vitalic burst onto the scene to redefine techno using his native French sensibility, mixing energy and melody to forge his own recognisable style. Many of those tunes, like Poney, La Rock 01, My Friend Dario and You Prefer Cocaine went on to become club classics, blurring the...

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...

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...

Jerome Forrest hails from SW Western Australia. With so many quality waves in his backyard, there is literally no wonder why his video edits turn heads. When you grow up around so many amazing surfers all you want to do is prove you can hold your own out in the water. This is exactly what Jerome Forrest has done and...

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah are back with new music, to say the least, Fireproof is an enticing track. Starting out with Alec Ounsworth’s unmistakable vocals the song is bass heavy but encompasses many facets that make Fireproof captivating. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah have had some major lineup changes with numbers down to...

The ZONE initiative was launched in 2015 by the kolor art collective in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. The project is split into multiple series called zones, each defined by a distinctive message and style.The latest series is a co-production between the rising star of Brazil’s eccentric fashion scene, designer Fernando...

Preoccupations are closing out 2016 with a video of epic proportions, unleashing the visual accompaniment for Memory. The song, which features Dan Boeckner of Wolf Parade, is the cornerstone track from their recently released critically acclaimed self-titled album. Memory is over 11 minutes of sonic excellence....