OutsideIn Festival: Returning to Sydney in 2013

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Events on Friday 10 May 2013

We know that you all love to party, so it’s with great pleasure that we announce the return of OutsideIn Festival: an amazing day of mind-bending music at Sydney’s Factory Theatre. Curated by Astral People and Yes Please, last year’s inaugural festival saw a sold out crowd get down to the likes of Flume, HTRK, […]

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Plastic World: a new boutique electronic label out of Sydney

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By Cormack O'Connor in New Music on Thursday 18 April 2013

Australian electronic music got a kick along this week with the arrival of boutique record label Plastic World, helmed by former Future Classic label man, James McInnes, and Vic Edirisinghe, part owner of cult touring/management group Astral People (the guys behind this little gem), Plastic World is all about pushing forward-thinking Australian music on an […]

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Free download of Wonkay’s new dub EP

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By Ed Tucker in New Music on Wednesday 14 March 2012

If you like your dub of a heavyweight, squelchy persuasion (or perhaps even if you don’t), I’d recommend you download this EP. Three tracks of electronic goodness at no cost whatsoever. A label to watch, Wonkay put out all kinds of cracking music. Mostly for free.

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Debut album from Big Big Buildings: Be Not Aglow

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By Adam McElreath in New Music on Wednesday 19 October 2011

Illustrator and multi-instrumentalist Adam McElreath has been making D.I.Y. records in his room for the past six years under the moniker Big Big Buildings. After a string of EPs, Big Big Buildings released the first full-length album, Be Not Aglow, on October 13. It’s for you to stream at Soundcloud.

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Scott Solter remixes Danish noise quartet Salli Lunn

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By Hidden Shoal Recordings in New Music on Thursday 1 September 2011

Mirror Girl (Scott Solter Remix) is the new single from the forthcoming album, A Frame of Reference, by Danish spectral noise-rock quartet Salli Lunn.

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Free electronic music release from Notic Nastic

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By NN in New Music on Thursday 19 May 2011

Notic Nastic is an anonymous electronic music machine comprised of neon fantasy geeks from New York and Berlin. Based in Berlin, they produce music that could be described as pumping, popped out, strangely addictive electronic bon-bons. Check out their latest free release. More than 30 minutes of new sounds from the band. The quiet start […]

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Dust From 1000 Years

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By Merzipan in New Music on Tuesday 5 April 2011

Listening to Dust from 1000 Years makes me feel like a lean, happy cat getting my head scratched by sonic fingers, with vibrations leaking down from my skull to permeate my body and weave it into waking dreams. All of their older material is available for free download on Musical Family Tree.

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Lucky Dragons

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By Francis Andrews in New Music on Monday 18 May 2009

There’s something quite attractively kitsch about the Lucky Dragons’ latest release, Dream Island Laughing Language. It’s undoubtedly unusual, and not too friendly on the ears, but something warm and fuzzy keeps creeping out of the broken drum rhythms and looped vocals. It’s a mish-mash of jangly folk licks, Squarepusher-style drum ‘n bass with a few […]

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