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Kilter – A State Of Sound Readiness

Sydney-based electronic producer Kilter is a star on the rise. At just 20 years old, his style and sound – infused with tropical accents and heavy percussion – are quickly making headway in the domestic and international music scene. Not only has his production prowess made Kilter a go-to on music-lovers’ playlists, his energetic live […]

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Tim Omaji – Back To His Nigerian Roots

Tim Omaji, formally known by his stage name Timomatic, has come a long way from his talent show beginnings. Omaji arrived on the pop scene in 2011 when he placed third on the hugely popular television series Australia’s Got Talent and released his first single ‘Set It Off’, which sent radio stations and music lovers […]

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Felicity Groom – A Case In Point

Western Australian musicians are some of the best in the country. Although WA boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, a portion of the population seems to stay out of the water (and clear of the sharks), investing their time into creating amazing music. Felicity Groom is a case in point. Her […]

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Kite String Tangle, Having A Field Day

I was cruising along Carrington Road earlier this year with the windows down and the sun shining on my happy little face when a glorious explosion of ethereal goodness came blasting through my radio. Juggling the steering wheel with one hand and searching for my phone with the other, I madly scrambled to Shazam the […]

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HOWQUA – The Rebound Guy?

HOWQUA may be a relatively new act, but from the second this bloke picks up a guitar and opens his mouth, it’s clear that he’s been doing this for a while, and he has a lesson or two to share. After raising $12k through Pozible, his debut EP is on its way, as are a […]

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Ulladulla’s Best Export

Ulladulla not only boasts Rowan’s Arcade stalwart Funland (the best wet day boredom breaker ever) and a mean schnitty at the local Ex-Servos, it is also home to remix king and certified party starter DJ Yahtzel. Having survived the bloodbath that is Ulladulla’s Marlin Hotel, DJ Yahtzel will be playing alongside some of Australia’s biggest […]

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Crooked Colours – A One-Way Ticket To Sweatville

Perth band Crooked Colours are really good. Yes, it’s an awkward way to start an article, but I swear to you they are really good. Their newly released debut EP ‘In Your Bones’ is all sexy vocals over killer electro beats and choruses that range from haunting to happy. Having recently wrapped a support slot […]

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Spookyland – Rock And Roll Weaklings

Darkness has always been sexy, and there’s something decidedly dark about Sydney four-piece Spookyland that runs far deeper than just their name. Their bluesy, melodic storytelling both lulls and unnerves. They’re also kinda sexy dudes too. Signed to Monday Records and fronted by the surprisingly young Marcus Gordon, the boys are putting the final touches […]

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Client Liaison – Bringing Big Hair And Bad Suits Back To The Fore

The 1980s/90s is a time that many of us, myself included, would like to forget – mainly for the bad hair and even worse fashion choices. Melbourne boys ‘Client Liaison’, a.k.a. Harvey Miller and Monte Morgan, however, have chosen to embrace the decades when synth was still king and pop music brought us far more […]

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Caravãna Sun – Keen To Share Backyard Barbecues

Inspired by the Cronulla coastline, Caravãna Sun describe themselves as “a frenetic fusion of gypsy-fuelled ska surf rock”. I caught up with their bass player Ant Beard when they played at the Beach Road Hotel in Bondi recently… The band name comes from… where the North African coastline meets the Mediterranean Sea. Our hometown is… […]

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