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.
The Brisbane based art and music collective White Rhino has just released part 2 in it’s impressive podcast series. Following Lone Pariah’s deep and meditative opening mix for the series, this edition is by heavyweight future music producer, and man to watch, Elroy 4.0.
Elroy is a forward thinking experimental bass music producer that crafts sounds for the head and dance-floor, not to mention his live set is to be reckoned with. He has been making waves on Australian radio station Triple J and has been featured on the Jus Like Music “Oscillations” compilation. Check his latest production and download/listen to the podcast below.
White Rhino Podcast 002 – Elroy 4.0 – Tracklisting:
1. Shlohmo – Seriously
2. OutKast – SpottieOttieDopaliscious
3. Dauwd – Ikopol
4. Fantastic Mr Fox – Evelyn
5. Cloud Boat – Lions On The Beach
6. Mount Kimbie – Carbonated (Live Rip Big Orange Studios)
7. Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra)
8. Roska – Tomorrow Is Today
9. Creep – Days (Deadboy Remix)
10. George Fitzgerald – Weakness
11. Mister Tweeks – Elevator (Original Mix)
12. Distal – Apple Bottom
13. Damu – Mermaid
14. Pariah – Crossed Out
15. Koreless – 4D
16. Unknown Artist – Sicko Cell
17. Dark Sky – Be Myself
18. Dolla Boy Ft. Tity Boi – Get My Grind On (The Town Edit – Intro/Outro)
19. Elroy 4.0 – Oh! (Unreleased)
20. Pixelord – iron_and_cream_part2
21. Brenmar – Waiting on
22. Teeth – SW
23. Gil Scott – Heron And Jamie XX- Running
24. Hudson Mohawke
Our partners in grime have put out the first of a series of Podcasts, which document searches for sounds with a deeper resonance put together with care and thought. The first installment from Lone Pariah is a doozy with a free flowing structure that journeys into the depths of original rhythms and future textures. Big up the Rhino!
Our good friends at White Rhino are back, serving up a gooey bass centre with a crunchy techno exterior this Sunday at Bar Soma. Soundboy tormentor extraordinaire and creator of some of the most original rhythms in dubstep, Shackleton headlines the skeletal disco with a live set. The support line-up includes a range of Brisbane’s best bass merchant inside and a whole extra stage of tech-shenanigans in Bar Soma’s courtyard, all for a meagre $15 on the door.
Once again, it’s the time of month for submersion, with the October installment of SCUBA TANK. As usual, presented by Dank Morass and White Rhino crews, it will entail only the finest in progressive and soothing sounds. The Tank’s new home at 320 in Spring Hill allows us to be liberal with sonics and free party vibes for all the people who appreciate it!
FREE as always this Wednesday October 7, SCUBA TANK will be boasting international steez from the one known as DJ Ripley. All the way from San Fransico, she digs deep to bring forth the unheard sounds and mixing skills to the Brisbane shores.
Dj Ripley has been tearing up dancefloors across North America and Europe for 12 years, in town squares, warehouses, ships, clubs, squats, community centers and activist spaces. Her genre-smashing sets build audiences into heaving monuments unified by dopeness. She has released mixes on the Death$ucker [http://www.deathsucker.org/] label, on Modyfier-modifying, on Spannered.org, Mashit.com, and on her own blog http://djripley.blogspot.com. She recently wrapped up 6 months living and working in Jamaica, where she was djing and researching copyright law and creative practice.
Along with this very special guest, the usual high quality selectors from Brisbane’s own bowels will never fail to sort the masses out with healing music.
White Rhino’s Arku and Dank Morass’ Danck and Walrii will lovingly choose a forward thinking, internationally cutting edge selection of global bass music, roots and soul progressions.
Live visuals and ambience provided by good friends and fine artists Cornish and Micro Matic. They will be manipulating pixels like oreo cookie dough, sporadically seen in Brisbane.
Our good friends at White Rhino bring the heat once again with an exclusive Brisbane set from the trailblazing Harmonic 313, aka Mark Pritchard (Global Communications, Harmonic 33 and numerous other projects). Harmonic 313′s album When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence dropped earlier this year on Warp, and is an inspired blend of dubstep-heavy bass with Detroit-inspired hip hop rhythms (ie: the best of both worlds).
The Morass’ Swob plays lead support in the main room, while 3rd Eye (Byron Bay – man killed it at Starkey), Arku, Lone Pariah and Shards also hit the decks.
White Rhino featuring Harmonic 313 @ Bar Soma, Constance Street, Fortitude Valley this Saturday 16th May.
EDIT: Peep the brand new video for the forthcoming Battlestar (Remix) ft Phat Kat & Elzhi on Warp’s site. 12″ and digital single out June 15.
No fooling – Walrii and Arku return to the West End for another entry in their monthly night of sub-aquatic beats at the Rumpus Room. The last one was hype on a Wednesday night, and episode two is shaping up to be even bigger. Surprise guests are sure to be digging deep in their crates for rarely-heard gems that will soothe your mid-week woes.