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Song of the Week: The Giver by Duke Dumont (Wave Racer Remix)

After almost a year of near silence, Wave Racer has gone ahead and transformed Duke Dumont’s track ‘The Giver’ into an explosion of sparkling, dancing, pulsating musical glory. 99 more words

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Lamb Roasts, Led Zeppelin and DJ Fights with Black Summer.

Black Summer, the EDM whizkid who recently brokeĀ the internet, played to 10,000 fans at Groovin the Moo and won a serious 12 volley game of handball at lunch time. 672 more words


By The Meadow 2015

Not too long ago I helped run an itsy bitsy teeny weeny music festival named of By The Meadow in Victoria’s beautiful Otway Hinterlands.

We had some photos taken by the wonderful Melbourne based photographer Michelle Jarni, and for a more cohesive run down of the whole thing, I wrote an (unbiased) review for Aphra Magazine which you can read by following the link below. 67 more words

This 11-year-old producer will blow your mind

Here in Australia, everybody’s favourite radio station, Triple J, has a platform for unknown musicians to share their music in the hope that they might be heard by other musicians and, better still, record executives who might want to sign them. 136 more words


Gig Review: Asta, Vigilantes

Vigilantes took the stage and kicked off with some indie pop laces with slight rock rock and electronica influences. The female lead singer also played keyboard with her backup vocalist on the electric guitar, an adorable duo that loosened up the few people in the room with their light chitchat. 256 more words


Dream Pop: Waiting For Her / Lupa J

Mystical, spellbinding stuff from this angelic seventeen year old Imogen Jones, aka Lupa J. Will be very interesting to see where this girl ends up. 31 more words


Teensoul Pick of the Week: 'Blind' by Figurehead

Words: Jasmine Uitermark-Thaung

Cool kids on the block, Figurehead, have just released theĀ first studio recording of their song ‘Blind’ and with an EP launch planned later in the year we can see big things in the stars for these guys. 94 more words