Here is our recent set, recorded live at our Attic event at The Flinders a few weeks back, on warm-up duties for Nachtbraker.
Our intention was to get the bodies moving and booties shaking with more rolling, percussive selections from our collective boxes—these actually worked a treat, setting the scene nicely for the expected Nachtbraker destruction! ;)
Hope you enjoy this one!
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01 : Jesse Bru – ‘Stay For A While’ (Original Mix) [Pulse Msc]
02 : Lorca – ‘No Chains On Me’ (Original Mix) [Live Ones]
03 : Max Graef – ‘No. 5’ (Original Mix) [The Gym]
04 : Scissorwork – ‘Kissing’ (Original Mix) [Beats Of No Nation]
05 : Frits Wentink – ‘Geese’ (Original Mix) [Wolf Music Recordings]
06 : SlothBoogie – ‘Acid Fantasy’ (Original Mix) [SlothBoogie]
07 : Bas Roos – ‘Midnight People’ (Original Mix) [Exploited]
08 : Playin’ 4 The City – ‘Minor Track’ (Original Mix) [Plastik People]
09 : Franck Roger – ‘Ruffcut’ (Original Mix) [Rutilance Recordings]
10 : James Pepper – ‘Lover’ (Black Loops Remix) [Neovinyl Recordings]
11 : Sebb Junior – ‘Moving’ (Original Mix) [La Vie d’Artiste Music]
12 : Loods – ‘Around’ (Original Mix) [Steel City Dance Discs]
13 : Hector Couto – ‘Changes’ (Original Mix) [Brise Records]
14 : Crookers ft. Baxter – ‘Innocent’ (Kai Alce Distinctive Groove Dub) [Defected]
15 : Honey Dijon ft. Shaun J. Wright & Alinka – ‘808 State Of Mind’ (Original Mix) [Classic Music Company]
16 : Never Dull – ‘United, Under One Roof’ (Original Mix) [Large Music]
17 : Joe Corti – ‘Thinkin” (Original Mix) [Better Listen Records]
18 : AB/DC – ‘This Feelin” (Cody Currie Remix) [Southern Fried Records]
19 : Cody Currie – ‘Oderberger’ (Original Mix) [House Of Disco Records]
20 : Intr0beatz – ‘Just Feel’ (Original Mix) [Lagaffe Tales]
21 : Tech Support – ‘Excursion’ (Jesse Bru Remix) [Anti Skate]
22 : Adryiano – ‘On My Side’ (Original Mix) [Soul Notes]
23 : Bellaire – ‘Make Me Feel’ (Original Mix) [AOC Records]
24 : Demuja – ‘Arrested’ (Original Mix) [CDR]
25 : D’Angelo – ‘Spanish Joint’ (Joe Corti’s Edit) [China White]
26 : Paul Cut – ‘Nucleus’ (Original Mix) [Balance]
Alongside the likes of Paces, Lastlings and CVIRO, Jake Carmody is leading the Gold Coast's musical renaissance and now delivers a crisp new track ‘Alone feat. Savoi’, for his debut release on Tinted Records. For this release, Jake has teamed up with Brisbane singer-songwriter Savoi, who has worked with the likes of Enschway, Yahtzel and most notably LDRU, on his hit track ‘Next To You’. The producers new track uses layers of ethereal and atmospheric sounds to pair with Savoi’s vocals which together build to what Jake does best, a futuristic, stuttering drop.
Jake discusses how the track came together "Alone is the mark I've been aiming at since I started making music. Savoi's vocals inspire me to be as daring and creative with as the production as possible. I'm attracted to textures and melodies more than structure and formulas. I wanted Alone to feel like an art house film, with twists and turns that break champion curiosity over convention."
Jake’s inspiration comes from an eclectic variety of influences, ranging from Lana Del Ray and Lorde all the way to What So Not and Hudson Mowhake, which has inspired the producer to construct something that is truly unique. The Gold Coast based artist has made a name for himself since producing an epic remix of Vance Joy’s cover of ‘Georgia On My Mind’. Dabbling in various other projects, Jake has garnered support from the likes of triple j, Pilerats and EDM Sauce.
‘Alone feat. Savoi’ is out now on Tinted Records.
At first glance, Brisbane DJ DefWill appears to be going from strength to strength, balancing university studies, events management roles for festivals like Splendour in the Grass, Rabbits Eat Lettuce and Live Large, DJing some of the deepest techno rhythms at some of the primest techno parties on the east coast of Oz and also that he has never let the fact that he is deaf hold him back. Though if one takes the time to look (and talk) a little deeper it becomes clear that he, like many of us, carries burdens that are well beyond his control and the weight of which has been known to bring even the strongest of us down.
New OzClubbers writer Dastardly Kuts gets deep with DefWill.
From the DJ’s perspective; since Larry Levan’s early days at the Paradise Garage, the remix – or playing different versions of songs – was one of the first notable aspects of what we now know as DJ Culture. His ethic of refreshing successful dancefloor movers in the late seventies passed down generations of DJ has been long-established as almost a perfunctory task, almost a must-do to be undertaken by the disk jockey.
Here is a fresh new mix from us—and one that definitely gives us the warm and fuzzies!
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