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Willaris. K: On natural selections and imperfections

Written by on 16 January 2019

“The things that I was questioning because they were different, those are the things I’m like…much more comfortable with and follow those things,” Jack McAllister explains. Better known by the moniker, Willaris. K, the Northern NSW local has just wrapped up a quite frankly explosive 2018. “I feel like where Willaris. K is going is […]

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REVIEW: SŸDE, ALTA, Running Touch

Written by on 22 October 2018

I’d never been to 170 Russell before, but then again I’m new to Melbourne. The warm purple and blue lighting that shone from the stage between sets mixed with the luimincent turquoise table railings that were set staggered, like some futuristic terraced amphitheatre. SŸDE kicked things off, the duo bringing energy into the room with Orbit and their […]

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Sammi Constantine: On Perfecting Her Art & Telling It Like It is

Written by on 27 July 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]After taking a year off from releasing music, rising electro-pop artist Sammi Constantine is back with a brand new pop anthem, Feel Your Body. This song has been rewritten and tweaked over the last two and a half years without an official release, mostly because Sammi was so passionate about the song and needed it to be […]

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Cabu: On Collaborating With Mates & the Stresses of Touring

Written by on 19 July 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Cabu won over the hearts of many in 2017 with his debut EP, Twenty Three. Now he’s back for more with the release of an exclusive remix edition of the record. The Sydney musician said it felt amazing to get some new music out there and he was overwhelmed with the positive response he had received […]

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TRU’: On All Girl Electronic, Accommodationless Mates & Confidence

Written by on 24 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sara Tamim is a steadily blooming poppy within the Australian music scene. Working under the title TRU’, her bright, endearing and full-of-life persona is spreading positivity and beautiful tunes at a constantly growing pace. Dipping her finger in several streams throughout the industry, this radiant, emerging artist is bringing her flare for writing and recording to […]

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SŸDE: On Low Budgets, Low Quality Bedroom Studios & Age Prejudice

Written by on 16 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Melbourne teenagers Mitch Stephens and Will Hyde are only young in the electronic music scene, but their duo, SŸDE (a mashup of their surnames) has skyrocketed more than they could have ever expected. The 18-year-olds met at school in Year 7, but originally didn’t like each other – because of a girl (Ah, high […]

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Alison Wonderland: On Artistic Intuition & Chill Vibes After Troubles in Paradise

Written by on 15 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Content warning: this article discusses suicide. Alison Wonderland closed the main stage of the inaugural Your Paradise festival, Fiji, 2014, at 3am. We, plus half the frenzied crowd, then had to get on transfers off the island at 5:30am. Passing out was perhaps inevitable. Jack Beats and Hayden James were waiting outside in a […]

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Peking Duk, Jack River, Kwame

Written by on 14 May 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_text_separator title=”11 May, Hordern Pavilion ” color=”white”][vc_column_text] A sold-out Hordern Pavilion is more than just a gig. It’s a stark milestone in any Australian artists’ timeline. The venue, nearing 100 years old, stands as a symbol that you’ve made it. You’ve sold out the biggest venue in Sydney, not including seated stadiums and conference centres. […]

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