Well it’s technically called “Say OK” not just “OK”, and it’s better than just OK, it’s a ripper of a steely bubblegum club-pop track. Lewis Cancut is a producer based down in Melbourne who has previously produced festival bangers for Tkay Maidza (get around “Wishes” and “Arm Up” if you haven’t yet) and goddamn freaking […]
LANKS, also known as Will Cuming, might not be a name you’re super familiar with for his own original music just yet, but if you’re a fan of Just A Gent then chances are you’re already more than familiar with LANKS than you realise, thanks to the summer anthem “Heavy As A Heartbreak”. The Melbourne based musician makes […]
Festival cruise extravaganza, Holy Ship, has just confirmed that they’ll be returning in 2017 following in 2016’s footsteps and running two separate sailings of the landmark event. This year there’s a twist on last year’s schedule though, the two cruises will run back-to-back, with the first running 06-10 Jan and the second going from 10-14 […]
Late last week Diplo‘s label, Mad Decent, dropped some pretty big news – they’d be launching a new imprint called ‘Good Enuff‘, a “sub-label where we will release new music for FREE download EVERY weekday“. Juuuuust in case you’re not already flipping out at the prospect of free Diplo-approved tunes EVERY. DAMN. DAY… then you’ll […]
When I mention the name Kronic, it quite possibly conjures up an image of some oversized ‘super-club’ pumping out
Splendour In The Grass was announced yesterday to a huge fanfare – and for good reason, there was a lot to get excited about!
One of triple j’s most beloved annual events, “One Night Stand“, returned for the first time in 2 years on Friday night, following last year’s hiatus for their 40th birthday celebrations, which
EDM man of mystery, Marshmello, has just dropped his first-ever official music video in support of recent single, “Keep It Mello”.
Emoh and Emoh alone is at the creative helm of What So Not these days and with the the internet still abuzz from his
It’s been a hot minute between original releases for our favourite pixelated producer, PUSHER. We haven’t heard much out of