Interview with Sydney’s Extreme Gelati DJs

Cormack O'Connor Contributor

By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Thursday 21 November 2013

As last month’s Lost At E Minor party in Sydney we were all treated to a set by Extreme Gelati DJs, aka Carla Uriarte and Todd Andrews.

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Alex Trochut’s Binary Prints

Rebekah Rhoden Contributor

By Rebekah Rhoden in New Art on Thursday 6 June 2013

Alex Trochut is an illustrator, designer, and typographer based in both Barcelona and Brooklyn. His series of Binary Prints pushes the boundaries of traditional two-dimensional work by showing two separate images on one surface – one image is visible in the light, and a completely different image is visible in the dark.

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DJ Ashton Abels

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Music on Tuesday 1 June 2010

There aren’t too many DJs out there who can spin a fresh and lively set which seamlessly combines multifaceted genres and artists. But Cape Town’s DJ Ashton Abels is an exception to this reality. His art of mixing both local and international artists into his set list — while tightly jumping around genres — actually […]

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Copyright Criminals

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By Gerry Mak in Video on Wednesday 27 January 2010

The battle over copyright laws rages on as the old music industry continues to crumble. Copyright Criminals is a thought-provoking documentary tackling the issue via the controversy of hip-hop and DJ culture. I wonder if the people suing sample artists have thought about the fact that DJs are the primary reason why vinyl is still […]

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MC Wale Folarin

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By Michaella Solar-March in New Music on Wednesday 8 July 2009

More often than not, internet-only hip hop mix tapes are released by wannabe rappers whose lyrics and delivery are derivative and uninspired, and who’ll never get enough weight behind them for a full length release. 24 year-old Washington MC Wale Folarin is different. Mixed by one of New York’s best hip hop DJs, Nick Catchdubs, and produced by 9th Wonder and Mark Ronson (who signed Wale in 2007 to his Allido label), his latest offering Back To The Feature solidifies Wale as a confident, engaging lyricist with a true talent for cross-genre appropriations.

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My Secret Playlist

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in Cool Websites on Monday 15 June 2009

On our sister site, My Secret Playlist, we invite our favorite musicians, DJs and producers to write about eight songs that are inspiring them right now. You can hear some of the tunes that the artists select and discover a whole heap of cool music along the way. Some of the musicians to compile a […]

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Girl Talk digs, errr, Beyonce

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Trends on Friday 23 January 2009

We invited Greg Gillis, aka Girl Talk, who aside from being the DJ of the moment is also the remix whiz behind tracks from Beck, Tokyo Police Club, and Grizzly Bear, to give us a rundown on the songs he’s wearing out right now for our sister site, My Secret Playlist. He started off by […]

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The futuristic retro sounds of DJ Z-Trip

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By Shepard Fairey in New Trends on Tuesday 20 January 2009

This guy is my favorite DJ. He’s the inventor of the mash-up, but his skills go way beyond that. I love to DJ, but when i do, I play a lot of classics. I don’t stick to new stuff because I’m not trying to pull out the top forty banger for the club. That’s what […]

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DJ Spooky’s Secret Playlist

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in Cool Websites on Monday 10 November 2008

DJ Spooky — That Subliminal Kid — is just about the deepest crate digger around, trawling the barrels of long-lost record stores for choice vinyl to spin in his wickedly dubby sets. He gave us the inside word last week on his eight favourite songs right now via our sister website, My Secret Playlist. This […]

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David Holmes’ The Holy Pictures

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By Kate Suters in New Music on Monday 13 October 2008

David Holmes’ fourth solo album has been a long time in the making. The man who is best known for his scoring of films such as Ocean’s 11, 12 and 13, and remixing for bands like U2 and The Manic Street Preachers, took just over ten years to make his latest album.

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Black Ghosts

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 17 July 2008

The full length debut from the DJ-production duo Black Ghosts follows a string of acclaimed EPs and a very well received mixtape compilation. It was well worth the wait. Features the single Repetition Will Kill You.

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