Interview with Sydney illustrator Carla Uriarte, one half of Extreme Gelati DJs

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Illustration on Wednesday 20 November 2013

At last month’s Lost At E Minor party in Sydney, I got chatting with the wonderful Carla Uriarte – one half of Extreme Gelati DJs but also an illustrator, artist and blogger in her own right.

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Who’s Triple Nipple? Oh, just Sigur Ros reborn as dubstep DJs

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By Low Lai Chow in New Trends on Saturday 6 July 2013

Is this a joke? Jonsi, Kjartan Holm, and Sigrun Jonsdottir, the trip behind Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Ros, have taken up DJing under the name Triple Nipple. They’ve played a set for Boiler Room and you can now hear how well they fare in the streaming DJ mix of Baltimore club and big-room electro house […]

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French turntable group C2C’s awesome Happy video

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By Valerie Auersperg in New Music on Saturday 6 April 2013

I just can’t get enough of French turntable group C2C’s song (and accompanying video) Happy!The video is directed by the talented Wendy Morgan, who has previously brought us clips like Gnarls Barkley’s Going On and Janelle Monae’s Tightrope (you can tell that Ms Morgan likes a good dance!)

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The Air Between Your Words: a new live A/V Show from electronic artist Martyn

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By Danna Takako in Video on Friday 8 March 2013

More often than not, a “live” electronic show translates into a lifeless DJ playing Ableton off a laptop. It doesn’t seem like the best fit for music that’s so visceral and emotive. Martyn - an electronic musician based in the “sleepy DC suburbs” - found a way to visualize the music he’s created for his forthcoming album. He teamed […]

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DJ Nu-Mark: Toy Set

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By Matt Blackwood in New Music on Tuesday 26 February 2013

Forget white labelling, this is one DJ who isn’t afraid to break down the breakdown. DJ Numark understands the need for audiences to get behind the music and see how the sounds are constructed. He takes musical risks and they pay off big time. Now show some respect to the Monkey!

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Darkness: the new single from Du Tonic

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By Mighty Mouse in New Music on Wednesday 13 February 2013

Darkness is the first single from a new project I’ve started with Matt Van Schie from Australian band Van She. We met in Parisian club The Social Club in 2010 where we were both DJing. We hit it off and started sending tracks to each other, getting to know each other. Then Matt was working […]

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Edgy paintings by UK artist Antony Micallef

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By Mighty Mouse in New Art on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Antony Micallef did the artwork for volumes 2 and 3 of my DJ mix compilation series Disco Circus. He’s my favourite artist, and now a close friend. I find his art contemporary, yet classic, and he paints with such detail that I can stare at his art for hours

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Bromance #7: the new electronic music EP from Bromance

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Sunday 13 January 2013

When wanting to hear new and inspiring electronic music, you should look no further than the new record label Bromance. Combining music and art, music and culture, and people through music, the label was started in November 2011 by ‘DJ to the DJ’s – Brodinski. It’s been a hectic year, with Bromance just dropping their […]

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New music by DJ Mahf

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By Jim Mahfood in New Music on Friday 19 October 2012

My little brother just happens to be one of the most diverse and talented DJs on the planet. He has several weeklies in St. Louis, puts out amazing mixtapes, is the official DJ for Midwest hero, Steddy P, and has even opened up for Snoop Dogg. Make sure you get his latest, greatest, free funk mix, Soul Session: Live From Artopia.

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South Korean DJ Soulscape

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By Hemmingbirds in New Music on Wednesday 17 October 2012

DJ Soulscape is a South Korean DJ who likes to appropriately reference his name by mixing in a lot of “soul” with his beats. I’ve even heard a song that mixes in the older genre of ‘Korean Trot’, which I’ve only heard whilst riding in Korean taxi cabs. I also once heard a sexy 30 […]

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Devil’s Pie: Motown Tribute by DJ Expo

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By Jim Mahfood in New Music on Tuesday 16 October 2012

As a member of LA’s legendary Root Down crew, DJ Expo is always keepin’ the true Funk alive. He hosts the Motown On Monday (MOM) Night weekly at The Short Stop and released the must-have ‘Devil’s Pie: Motown Tribute’ Mix Album, which you should immediately get.

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The Gaslamp Killer’s insane beats

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By Jim Mahfood in New Music on Tuesday 16 October 2012

Raw power! Pure musical destruction! This dude is one of the very best live DJs around right now, devastating crowds with his insane breaks and beats. And he’s also proven himself as a formidable producer/arranger with his brand new full-length studio release ‘Breakthrough’. Make sure you grab a copy.

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Sampology: Around the Globe Tour

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Thursday 4 October 2012

Brisbane-based DJ Sampology is set to dazzle audiences on his upcoming Around the Globe tour. We caught up with him to discuss the impending tour.

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New music by Le Castle Vania

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By Linus Boman in New Music on Thursday 30 August 2012

Best known for his remixes (Kaskade’s Turn It Down, Ceelo Green’s Fuck You), this Atlanta-based DJ is currently working on his debut album. With a nom-de-stage taken from an NES game, and samples from the Smashing Pumpkins and The Refused, the inspiration is ecclectic, while the sound remains firmly rooted in the indie-electro genre.

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DJ Kutmah curates a volume of the Worldwide Family series

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By Tanja M. Laden in New Music on Wednesday 13 June 2012

Illustrator and dublab DJ, Justin McNulty, aka Kutmah, was recently deported from his homeland of the United States to Great Britain. His Scottish father and Egyptian mother moved to the US when Kutmah was 12, but their son was never naturalized. So after keeping Kutmah in detention for more than two months in 2010, US immigration authorities sent him back ‘home’ to England, even though Kutmah considers himself a Los Angeles native.

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