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Beni reveals his first ever CD purchase

Beni is back with a brand new dancehall jam, featuring Antony & Cleopatra

Modular team up with Carriageworks for their contribution to Vivid Sydney 2014; Modulations featuring the Pet Shop Boys

Have you seen the video for The Presets’ ‘Goodbye Future’ yet?

Sydney trio Movement finally unveil another new single ‘Like Lust’

Cut Copy release a 3D music video for ‘We Are Explorers’ ahead of their massive worldwide tour, kicking off this weekend at Future Music Festival in Brisbane

CEO are just about set to drop their second LP Wonderland. Take a look at what we think of it.

★★★
by Carlos Duarte.

Ex-Tough Alliance member Eric Berglund has announced his forthcoming second album WONDERLAND under the project name, CEO.

“Free Your Mind showcases that the time between 2011 and now, was definitely used wisely and the end result is a sexier, streamline yet still overtly Cut Copy album.” ★★★★

Words by Renee Meznarsic

Cut Copy share another brand new single titled ‘We Are Explorers,’ the latest to fall from their hugely anticipated forthcoming record, Free Your Mind.

PINK GIN is a new project that sees Sydney-based electro-rock duo Canyons tap into the heaving warehouse spirit, and treat it to their own musical indulgences.

In a few weeks, Modular People and FBi Radio will be hosting ‘What We Do Is Secret,’ an exclusive Sydney party headlined by UK lads Klaxons.

Catch Ego on his multi-sensory odyssey later this month across Australia, New Zealand & South Africa.

Ryan Grieve and Leo Thomson are Sydney-based electro-rock duo Canyons. The boys have finally announced the release of their debut LP, Keep Your Dreams. It was almost 10 months ago now when they dropped the epic jungle-rock track ‘My Rescue’ which went on to become a massive favourite amongst the indie and commercial circuits alike – not […]

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Sydney’s WIM have just rolled out their self-titled debut LP, and the good folk over at Modular have made it available for streaming. WIM have aspired to meld and cross-reference a variety of genres, channeling the muso stylings of Simon & Garfunkel to Neil Young and adapting it to a more contemporary sound likened to that of Grizzly Bear and […]