Posts Tagged ‘electronic’

Yamba-based indie-electronic group Nocturnal Tapes have been rather busy of late. With the release of their debut EP ‘Visions IV’ which came out late August. Throughout September the duo stopped in each capital city supporting none other than synth magician Luke Million. Since the touring has died down we took the...

Following A Moment Apart’s stunning debut, ODESZA (Clayton Knight, Harrison Mills) has released a music video for Across The Room featuring Leon Bridges. Directed by Ian Schwartz, the video follows Bridges at a backyard barbecue, shedding light on generations of familial history and stories. Mills and Knight make a...

French electronic duo Justice have released a highly sexual video for Pleasure, off of their third full-length release, Woman. The video is a follow-up to the clip for Justice’s track Fire, starring Susan Sarandon. The new video is featuring a svelte couple enjoying some lightly graphic sex that culminates in the man...

The scene has been buzzing about BICEP’s upcoming debut album, set to release September 1. The 12-track release is packed full of the raw, high-energy rave sounds that have defined the Belfast-born, London-based duo’s sets and output over the years and seen them soar to prominence to stand among the UK’s most popular...

Zimmer is one of these artists, shaping the French new house scene. Amongst his more quality works are remixes of songs by artists like Fakear Silver and MØ Don’t Wanna Dance while his original creations include Escape, Saturday Love, and Galapagos. His presence in clubs and music festivals contributes to increase...

With such an expansive local scene, particularly in Brisbane, it can be near impossible to keep up with the constant noise of local acts. But, there is Five Brisbane Acts that have been making our ears buzz of late and the best part is they’ve all got new music for you to soak in. Though they cover different genres...

The excitement was palpable as LCD Soundsystem took the stage at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena. The audience was already moving to the booming synth when frontman James Murphy came out, dressed in his signature blazer and t-shirt. Our collective excitement exploded when Murphy reached the chorus of Yr City’s a...

When people realised the power of connecting through the web, it wasn’t long until people all around the world began to share their favourite music. As time rolls on and different online platforms and services get better. We evolve and keep finding new ways to create audio and visual that connects with others. Now,...

Welcome to the first edition of Savage Thrills Mixtape series Savage Mix. The idea behind the Savage Mix is more than just asking an artist for a mixtape. We believe heavily in quality aesthetics and what the visual component adds to an artists music. Think, have you ever bought an album because the cover interested...

Earlier this spring, an unknown name started cropping up on the British summer festival posters. It wasn’t littered at the bottom with the other new, breaking names, but sat far more prominently and in a bigger, bolder font size – A Blaze of Feather.A Blaze of Feather is the music of Ben Howard’s guitarist and friend...