House music’s biggest mystery is back this week with an adrenaline fuelled mix. The enigmatic Malaa, who masks his identity with a balaclava, is one of the most consistently exciting house DJs, touring the world under Tchami’s Confession label.
Viewing Steele’s work on your laptop transports you into a world that you’ve only ever dreamed about. It has the ability to make you feel as though you are melting through the screen and into her creative mind. Although we can’t actually show you what Steele’s brain looks like, we can let you in on how she views some really big concepts that are a constant in her practice.
When you’ve been working in hospitality for 35 years, there comes a time to settle. Having run many businesses from cafes, to espresso bars, to restaurants to fine diners, in 2015, George Choutis opened Roastville, the spot that would allow him to stay in one place for the foreseeable future.
The Sydney hip/hop scene is only getting better and better as ten year veterans Horrorshow released a brand new single ahead of their forthcoming album, New Normal, out Friday October 18th. The duo, consisting of producer Adit and rapper Solo, have enlisted the help of the Inner West’s own Triple One, who have a well-documented history of going hard.
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Harrison Storm is a Victorian-born modern folk singer and songwriter. His music is emotionally evocative, but it is the vulnerability that makes his art so comforting and relatable. It leaves you feeling exposed, yet content, like stepping out of the freezing ocean with the sun warming your back.
Across their fifteen year careers, the Sunset Bros. have not only wowed dancefloors in their native Sydney, but have also found worldwide success from their unique fusion of NRG, house, techno, and trance.
If you are keeping an eye on the extremely dynamic nature that is the Aussie Hip Hop scene at the moment, then you have probably just started noticing Melbourne’s - Hp Boyz. They are Melbourne’s answer to Sydney’s recent obsession with Onefour.
Worlds collide for this week’s release as the unlikely combo of The Rubens and Vic Mensa collaborate for “Falling Asleep At The Wheel”. Written by the Rubens earlier this year in LA, the band strove to push their limits out of rock.
Notoriously established in the fashion world, Tim Swallow is also an avid escapist in his personal, creative works, and strives to deliver something that will push our perceptions of why nudity should always be acceptable.
East-London rapper Jay Silva has released hit after hit in his short career, beginning with the 2015 breakout single “See Me Now”. Last Friday he released his highly anticipated debut mixtape Tutti Frutti, earning its place as this week’s mix of the week through its musical versatility.