We had to wait almost half the year for a scrap of new Motez material – drip feeding small increments of teaser tunes and artwork snippets but lo and behold! The first track from his upcoming ‘Vancouver‘ EP, on Sweat It Out obviously, is the rump shaking, alien communicating ‘Tryna Shake It‘. Grounded down like
Adelaide is undoubtedly a hotbed of diverse and talented individuals. From trap to grime to house to hip-hop, producers finding their niche of all genres are encouraged and appreciated by the tight-knit music community. No truer in Oisima does this apply. Although a stalwart in the DJ scene it’s his production that has caught tongues wagging, garnering
Their first new, original music in almost two years (overlooking the duo’s collaborative ‘The Mechanism‘ with label-mates Friend Within) is absolute joy to our ears – the news that is, not the 313 Bass Mechanic sampled ‘Bang That‘. As underwhelmed as I was listening to Disclosure‘s anti-climactic return, my excitement still can’t be contained with the
A special reprise from original don Duke Dumont can only mean more remixes of his once classic, now rejuvenated ‘The Giver‘ – an opportunity which has brought Wave Racer out of his 2015 exile. A refrained affair for those expecting a ‘Rock U Tonite‘ 2.0, but not without signature what drops and that (I literally can’t
Lithuainian producer Ten Walls, best known for his UK chart placing hummer of last year, has unveiled his latest foray into the British conscious with ‘Sparta‘. In the same vein as ‘Walking With Elephants‘ finds Mario Basanov‘s alter ego toying with deep rolling melodies, big brass horns and exploring the depths of drum pattern and sound.
Photo // Stoney Roads A few hours drive from Melbourne in the Wildlands of Victoria is held a seven-year long tradition of boutique dance music festival glory. Running from the 20th of November until the 22nd this year, Strawberry Fields are bringing the heat with a stacked line-up of international house heads and boundary pushers. Affectionately
Aeroplane is a staple in any daytime, poolside layabout and without the risk of pigeonholing Vito the Italo-Belgian producer continues to flex his nu disco armoury in ‘Let’s Get Slow‘. Benjamin Diamond of ‘Music Sounds Better With You‘ notoriety is a great fit for this beat – mixing his analogue house past with the present,
I know we promised some exciting shit but surely nobody expected Golden Features tour news was going to be this BIG? Especially for you Adelaide homies in the wake of ‘Baxter‘ and the announcement of a forthcoming second EP ‘XXIV‘, the masked Sydney heartthrob has teamed up with Emoh Instead and his What So Not (heard of them, yeah?)