Just before the Dank Morass event featuring Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer and Hermitude early last year, our good friends from the art and food collective Bookery Cook cooked up a big middle-eastern feed for our artists!
Check this video depicting the dinner, event and after-party. A great reminder of a great night. Footage courtesy of Megan Cullen.
Read the full story HERE @ Bookery Cook’s brand new website!
The Femme Fatale mix by Swob, makes up the next volume of Dexian Racking‘s fiction series inspired by music of a variety of concepts that are sinister in nature. Following the first installment themed “The Swamp“, the second is from, in Brad Swobs words…
“A bit of superfluous background: I have over the last year or so enjoyed a lot of Humphrey Bogart films, jazz and L.A. Noire on Xbox! At any rate, please find below a link to the mix for Volume 2: The Femme Fatale. “
Download and listen below. Submit your text interpretations of these bitter sweet sounds by midnight Friday 20th January 2012.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and Brad will hook you up with the details.
To conclude the latest deluge of Brisbane Beats is this free comp featuring a wide-variety of electronic music from unknowns and knowns from Australia and across the globe. Strong UK flavas on this release, with a few curve balls thrown in, including one by Walrii of Dank Morass fame. Of special note is Chupi‘s “Many Fessed the Station”. Shouts to Ender Recs on this ground shifting release.
This has been a very strong year for Brisbane electronic music. Keep you ear to the underground for 2012.
Here it is, the remixes of the mighty Voodoo Dred EP that dropped a few months back on Dub Temple Records. Boasting re-outerpretations from some of the finest upcoming artists from Brisbane and related regions, including Dank Morass’ Walrii and Christchurch based wizard, Epoch who is currently collaborating with Hyperdub’s LV and vocalist, Joshua Idehen.
Brisbane based collective, Silo Arts and Mistletone proudly present Los Angeles beatmaker, producer, instrumentalist and Ninja Tune artist Daedelus, bringing his latest creations to Australia this November.
Dub Temple records put out their inaugural podcast featuring guest mixes from Arku (White Rhino) and Walrii (Dank Morass), hosted by Phoebe Baker. Walrii’s mix features an unreleased original production from the man himself.
Travelling to Vietnam, the home of his grandparents, Onra went on a serious digging mission which resulted in an album called Chinoiseries, crafted entirely from samples from Vietnamese and Chinese vinyl gather on the journey.
Turning direction again, Onra dropped his opus Long Distance in 2010, tapping into the sounds of 80s boogie, modern soul and funk with a full length composed entirely on the MPC1000.
Parisian beatmaker Onra (Arnaud Bernard) hits Brisbane on Thursday November 10 with a live show at Barsoma.