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D.D Dumbo - Walrus

Following the release of his 2013 EP Tropical Oceans, Castlemaine’s D.D Dumbo – born Oliver Hugh Perry – took his music to foreign shores. There, he attracted the attention of indie heavyhitters 4AD, with whom he’s now signed. 81 more words

2016 Music

An Interview with Koi Child

One night in April 2014, two staples of the Fremantle music scene, hip-hop outfit Childs Play and nu-jazz quartet Kashikoi, pooled their talents together and collaborated onstage at the X-Wray Café. 89 more words

2016 Music

The Bolliger Effect: Fine Music's Artist in Residence

Australian flautist Bridget Bolliger has been championing the flute and the wonderful array of music written for it since she was very young. She is currently recording some works for broadcast at Fine Music studios (where she is currently an Artist in Residence).  407 more words

Ryland Rose releases new single 'Almost Famous & Broke'

Local Melbourne artist Ryland Rose has released the title track – and first single – off his upcoming album Almost Famous & Broke 209 more words

Hip-Hop

Interview: Kronic

By Georgia Siciliano

Kronic’s new EP, Sophisticated Ignorance is his most ambitious project to date. Sophisticated Ignorance showcases his personal style that has been influenced by his personal struggles and challenges, which have shaped him to be the amazing artist he is today. 1,652 more words

Music

"Proof": 25 facts that prove it's still a great film

It’s the 25th anniversary of great Australian film Proof. To celebrate here are twenty-five facts and reasons why you will want to watch this film. 856 more words

Film Review

Track Reviews | Lou Parker - INTRO//CYBERNETICS

“Cybernetics”, according to the pair of disembodied voices that usher in this track, most probably transmitted from some forgotten 1950s radio broadcast, is defined as the notion that “Image Is All!”, and that everyone has a self image, and one that can be changed. 378 more words

Track Reviews