Friday, 26 August 2011

Interview: Steve Lawler

Electronica’s dark horse Steve Lawler talks about black holes, illegal motorway parties and why all DJs should have their own labels.
View full interview here.

Monday, 22 August 2011

Interview: M.A.N.D.Y

I talk to Philipp Jung about an LP that never surfaced and a label that’s going back to its roots. Interview here.

Interview: James Barnsley

Leeds DJ and producer James Barnsely found music when he was merely 12. It was an elder brother’s friend that introduced him to a world that would one day become his own. He doesn’t feed the on-stage antic clich├ęs, but instead all his energies are focused on the turntables in front of him. 

Wednesday, 17 August 2011


A couple of weeks ago it was gig night at Melbourne's The Evelyn, curated by Fallopian Tunes. They're a Melbourne musical collective of the more experimental, electronica side. Even the organisers are in a band!
Introducing Yolke, it's a quartet of live instrumental; it's one hell of a hollistic ride.

Check YOLKE here.

An honourable mention goes to: Document Swell, it's a melange of samples and wind instruments.

Yolke will be playing at the Old Bar in Fitzroy on 1 Sep! Don't miss it. X

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Donny Benet - Don't Hold Back

Donny Benet "Don't Hold Back" from SPOD on Vimeo.
He's touring Aus. Signed to label Rice is Nice, Donny Benet does Italo electro disco! Can you believe this Sydney born beb used to have a residency at the Las Vegas Airport Hilton Entertainment Lounge! EPIC! He's playing Melbourne's Workers Club on 13 August! X

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I am more than prone to monologues; however, this is solely due to the manner in which they compliment a witty anecdote and their ability to resemble concrete evidence when it is so obviously lacking. I often wish I could emulate that aloof character who coolly stands in the corner smiling mysteriously as if she has a secret. However, I fear resisting the temptation to involve myself in other people’s conflicts and responding through body language rather than verbose banter may come across as contrived and arrogant. And, I am not willing to take that chance.

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