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A front bar band playing rockabilly was the most misleading beginning to what the vinyl launch of Lisa Salvo’s album I Could Have Been A Castle had in store. They were pretty good mind you, but you couldn’t have a starker difference between their music and the bands I had come to see in the bandroom of the Gasometer. Continue reading “FRONT ROW | LISA SALVO VINYL LAUNCH @ THE GASOMETER” »


Through the masses of Australian electronica producers that have presented themselves through the past years, revived by the explosively accelerated stardom of Flume, approaches an artist who’s vibe stands out from the rest. Lower Spectrum comes from the same label that has most recently brought us Sable and their new track Proxima is just the first taste of what will be the New Haze EP.

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Friday the 20th was one of the hottest days that Sydney had encountered in 2015. Legitimately, several times during the day I felt like my skin was melting off me, even at one point I had to remove my watch which had became super heated and was searing my skin. But as the sun faded over Sydney and a cooler breeze graced us, I filed into the cramped Danceateria at Goodgod Small Club, buzzing with excitement and ‘yass’ing at every opportunity I could because finally I was going to see sassy vetch JOY. headline a show.

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GIG GUIDE | 20.11.15

The weekend’s here and it doesn’t matter if you’re chillin’, straight stuntin’, doing it like that or anything in between because we’ve got some gigs for you to check out this weekend, as well as some awesome one’s heading out way soon. So grab a drink, some sunglasses and a dollop of sunscreen, ’cause these gigs are hotter than a beach barbie on Sunday.

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Starting the year off in relative obscurity, Evangeline has really started to  carve a name for herself with her brand of shadowy electronic music. Picking up airplay on Triple J and Unearthed stations, the Geelong artist is ending the year in California writing and preparing for what will be the third part of the trilogy she is unveiling with her tracks. Buried away in a studio pouring over samples and synths is where we found her for this Q&A.

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