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MUKI: On Breaking The “Safe” Pop Mould

Written by on 9 May 2018

“When I was three years old I would walk around and be like ‘I wanna be a superstar!’” Sydney-based pop-dream MUKI is well on her way to reaching that superstar status. With three singles under her belt, support act slots for the likes of Paces and Client Liaison, the MUKI project has landed on the [...]

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MEZKO: On Glam Rock & A More Androgynous Future

Written by on 7 May 2018

After establishing a brand with their 2017 debut, Polychronic, Sydney multi-instrumentalist duo MEZKO recently unveiled their latest track and music video, Come & Go. Come & Go is an uplifting track about just getting on with it. The theme: when you’re faced with struggles, sometimes you’ve got to pick yourself up and walk away with [...]

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Alison Wonderland – ‘Awake’

Written by on 20 April 2018

With a sound so uniquely haunting, Alison Wonderland swiftly became a true asset to the Australian music scene, and has outdone herself with her second album, Awake. Awake is the sound of Alison emerging from her own darkness. A mix of digital-pop and incendiary beats, the record sees Alison blaze new territory - sonically, lyrically, [...]

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What So Not – ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’

Written by on 7 March 2018

Having established himself as one of the world’s most revered electronic acts, it’s hard to believe that What So Not, aka Chris Emerson has not yet released an album. However, the wait is indicative of his craftsmanship and patience as a producer, with each track on Not All The Beautiful Things being more three-dimensional than the [...]

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PNK FME: On ‘Tho,’ His DIY Ethic & Pink Flamingos

Written by on 6 March 2018

Lachlan Turnock, AKA Adelaidian electronic singer/songwriter PNK FME, has just dropped his striking single THO which has propelled the 22-year-old artist into all of our playlists. Influenced by Ramzoid, Trippie Redd and Jogi, PNK FME has mixed new-age rap with traditional electronic styles, forming a hybrid of sound. The track’s topline portrays the introspective nature, [...]

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Alice Ivy, Nasty Mars, Oh Boy

Written by on 27 February 2018

16 February, Husdon Ballroom The Hudson Ballroom audience is sparse as Oh Boy starts his electronic dance set. It’s a shame there are not many people to dig the vibes, because there are plenty of vibes to dig. With an electronic drummer on stage (the kit, not the player) and another percussion cohort, Oh Boy [...]

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