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Five Knives “Savages” (Illyus & Barrientos Club Mix)


Technological advancement is the ultimate wrecking ball. First, video killed the radio star. Then, the internet killed the traditional music industry. And now Red Bull Records is about to make you think twice that Nashville is just a “country” town. Hailing from Music City, Five Knives are being touted as one of the most exciting acts to break out of ... Read More »

AK9, Ben Morris & Venuto “Shine” feat. Yogi


It is not often that a collaboration can span years and multiple countries, but “Shine” does just that. The brain child of a vocal writing session between Yogi (Random Soul), Ben Morris and Venuto a number of years ago, “Shine’s” feel-good lyrics always felt like something special to the trio, but the project was put on the back burner until ... Read More »

Booka Shade ft Karin Park “Line Of Fire”

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German techno titans Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier, AKA Booka Shade, know a thing or two about creating a club anthem, and, like most artist’s responsible for some classic moments of dance floor magic, they also have a knack for seamless collaboration. On May 1st the duo will once again flash their modern relevance as they bring in acclaimed Swedish-Norwegian ... Read More »

Hook N Sling “Break Yourself” ft Far East Movement


Hook N Sling combines with LA natives the Far East Movement on the sublime G Houser Break Yourself. Once again Hook crafts dance floor friendly magic here, as Break Yourself features a locked infectious groove combined with silky vox. After first spins your punters will be asking for a lot more of this. Remixes to follow. Break Yourself  is out now on Diversion via iTunes - Read More »

Leftfield “Universal Everything”


Leftfield - one of electronic music’s greatest acts – have announced the release of their third album, Alternative Light Source, the follow up to the Mercury Prize nominated Leftism (1995) and Rhythm and Stealth (1999). Throughout the 90s Leftfield were untouchable live and on record, starting a snowball rolling for British dance music which saw them joined by outfits like ... Read More »

Piero “Anything”

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One of Melbourne’s most bankable DJs; Piero is proving he doesn’t just spin great records, he also makes them happen. “Anything” is the debut imprint from the sharp shooter on VELCRO, featuring the vocals of Melee, it’s a hooky house track with pop-rock sensibilities. An outstanding melody with an exciting festival vibe. “Anything” also features a top shelf remix package ... Read More »

Vandalism & Jason Risk “Bottles Up”


Riding the coatails of a string of triumphant tours across the USA and Asia in the last year, on top of banger releases in 2014 including “Caraska”, well renowned Melbourne duo VANDALISM drop their brand new VICIOUS release with even more punch on their hot new collab with fellow Aussie Bounce-head JASON RISK with “Bottles Up”! Previous remixes and releases ... Read More »

Acaddamy “Ive Been Waiting”

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Kicking off his 13-show tour, Acaddamy unveils his latest single “I’ve Been Waiting“, out April 17 via etcetc. Premiered last weekend by The Aston Shuffle on Triple J’s Friday Night Shuffle, we bring you remixes from Jason Burns, Lyndon Kidd & MSCLS. Acid Stag writes: “The track’s anthemic vocals slice their way through layers of thumping percussion and pristine production, ... Read More »

Galantis “Runaway” (U & I)

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Comprised of producers Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson (‘Best Dance Recording’ GRAMMY award winning producer and one-third of Miike Snow) and Linus Eklöw (aka Style of Eye, famed co-writer/producer on Icona Pop “I Love It” ft. Charli XCX) – Galantis expertly combine elements across the electronic spectrum. Galantis have “filled a giant void” in electronic music, and they “follow… through on high, ... Read More »

Klingande “Riva”

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The tropical house movement has been one of immense interest in the electronic community of late, but its rise has been typical of any emerging sub-genre: pioneers popularise the sound before carbon copies butcher it into oblivion. Fortunately, Klingande fits uniquely in a post-copy space: the talented Frenchman has taken the genre to new heights, incorporating clever vocals, unique sounds ... Read More »

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