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Alice Ivy – ‘I’m Dreaming’

Written by on 5 February 2018

A hot summer’s day with a refreshing cool breeze is exactly what listening to Alice Ivy’s debut album I’m Dreaming feels like. I’m Dreaming is a complete artistic adventure from start to finish - with constant sonic references to the reverberations of past and present. Alice Ivy, AKA Annika Schmarsel has spent a hefty portion [...]

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Woodes On: Collaborations, Nature & Her Alter-Ego

Written by on 17 January 2018

Starting your musical career with collaborations is a well-worn path. But it’s when a musician steps out and carves their own direction that the real soul of the artist comes to the fore. Woodes, aka Elle Graham, is forging a new way and bringing others along for the ride. I catch Graham on the phone [...]

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Samsaruh: On Opening Falls & Honing Her Craft

Written by on 15 January 2018

Melbourne's 19-year-old Samsaruh popped onto our radar last year with her debut single Golden To Thrive and has subsequently become a familiar name on festival bills and in support slots, fast making a name for herself around the country. From having worked with artists like SLUMBERJACK, Kuren and more, touring with Just A Gent while completing Year 12, [...]

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King IV: On Dancing Accidents, Reviews & Her Dream Venue

Written by on 14 December 2017

Exploding onto the scene with electricity and ferocity, Melbourne’s own King IV (pronounced Ivy) is taking the electronic music scene by storm. Manifested from the inner workings of both her home studio and studios around Melbourne, Cheyenne Harper is quickly on a trail to success. With every song released, Harper’s dark and experimental sounds continue [...]

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Kuren: On Heroes, Sticky Fingers & Motivational Speakers

Written by on 13 December 2017

With a crisp new track featuring the likes of Illy and a debut album in the works, 19-year-old Kuren, aka Curtis Kennedy, is one of those terribly talented people who really makes you wonder what you're doing with your life. Perhaps even more annoyingly, he's a genuinely lovely guy. He's hardworking and clear-sighted in his [...]

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Machine Age: On ‘Fighting’, Doubt & The Benefits Of A Team

Written by on 12 December 2017

The Brisbane-based beat maker Adrian Mauro, the man behind Machine Age, known for his powerful blending of electronica glitchy progressions and acoustic instruments, has finally released his brand new single Fighting. Adrian admits that he produced the song himself with additional mixing from the Slumberjack boys and mastering by Andrei Eremin [Chet Faker, Hiatus Kaiyote]. [...]

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