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]
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By Adam Madd
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.
BUY / LISTEN:
By Adam Madd
"Its ambient pulses shimmer in and out before shallou brings it back to the driving heartbeat of the song" - SPIN
"his vulnerability makes him stand out from the pack" - FADER
"shallou's ambient electronics are transformative" - NYLON
"It's time electronic communities of all kinds start paying him his due" Hillydilly
"shallou is ready to break out" - Complex
"textured, sun-kissed sound" - Clash
Prolific L.A.-based ambient electronic musician shallou (real name Joe Boston) has released his first single of 2019; 'All Your Days' with Emmit Fenn. 'All Your Days' is quintessentially shallou; otherworldly, pulsating beats complimented by vulnerable vocal, which is all the while uplifting and resonant. There's a delicate beauty to the song, which is in part due to the collaborative efforts of featured artist and multi-instrumentalist Emmit Fenn. Listen via the link below.
Speaking about the song, Joe explains "Emmit originally wrote the demo for Coldplay, just his voice and keys. When he played it for me I knew we could come together and make something special that felt genuine to both of our sounds. We both wanted to express the simple moments of love. There’s so many songs about heartbreak that we’ve all written and heard on the radio, so we thought it would be nice to have a pretty song like this people can escape into or maybe reminisce with. Like a lot of my production, I like to infuse happy lyrics with a tinge of moody sounds to make them feel more emotional, and this track definitely exemplifies that."
In addition to the release, shallou has announced he will be performing twice at this year's Coachella; his first appearance at the world renowned music and arts festival, which will also play host to Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande, Aphex Twin, Solange and Tame Impala. In true shallou fashion, he is also due to embark on an extensive run of dates across North America, both as co-headline with Slow Magic and on a solo headline run. Full dates are listed below.
The Maryland-born producer had an exceptional 2018, performing worldwide, including a sold out London date, with over 250 million collective streams of his releases to date. He has been championed by FADER, Complex, NYLON, Clash, SPIN, SiriusXM and even had his face adorning a billboard in New York City's Times Square.
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By Adam Madd
Up and coming house producer, SKIY, returns to the world renowned Spinnin’ Deep with a heady new club-single. Titled Flawless, the track offers everything the name suggests: intoxicating beats, anthemic melodies and an authentic club vibe. Marking SKIY’s second release this year already, 2019 is set to be SKIY’s most prolific to date.
SKIY has been turning heads all over the world with her hard-hitting, riff-heavy, rugged house sound. Since her groove-laden hit Who Got The Keys was picked up and signed to Oliver Heldens’ Heldeep records in 2018, SKIY’s output has jumped from strength to strength. She’s shared the stage with Tiesto and Timmy Trumpet, she’s seen her music supported by The Magician, EDX, Chocolate Puma, and Dillion Francis, and now she has penned her second single to Spinnin’ Records. With a rich musical upbringing shared across Brazil, Germany and Croatia that saw her exposed to Jazz, soul and the piano from a young age, SKIY’s music beams with musicality and finesse.
It’s no wonder global tastemakers are sitting up and paying attention.
Flawless evolves SKIY’s sound into booming club territory but doesn’t lose sight of the infectious melodies, jumping basslines and catchy vocals that make a SKIY tune unique. Swells of dancefloor energy rise then give way to energetic four to the floor beats and textured layers of FX for a high-octane club cut that is sure to become a favourite among DJs and fans in 2019.
SKIY - Flawless is out 4th March
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By Adam Madd
Continuing to rise above the ranks, Gil Glaze has been demonstrating his flair for a finely tuned production over the past year. Back with more versatile tunes for 2019, Gil Glaze releases summer anthem How We Do on Sirup Music.
Infused with warming tones and fiery percussion, How We Do is a track set to resonate well with listeners who enjoy basking in the summer glow and dancefloors alike. Drawing on pop tinged melodies whilst radiating positive vibes with uplifting piano keys and a captivating vocal, How We Do is destined to bring crossover grooves globally.
Swiss rising talent Gil Glaze sits firmly in his own lane. Having focused on house and club music in 2018, the producer now looks to provide radio friendly dance tunes with pop leaning elements. Exhibiting diverse skills fused with his own widely varied taste, Gil Glaze has demonstrated a passion for crowd enjoyment and interaction unlike no other in on the show circuit. At the age of just 25, he’s already performed alongside Tiësto, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Robin Schultz, Axwell Ingrosso and Marshmello to name a few. Now on his own world tour from Amsterdam to Miami, be sure to check out Gil’s clear global appeal. He also joined the Chainsmokers on their headline Australian tour back in 2017 after his remix of Honest received and impressive three million streams. More recently he has also been providing his remix skills for Robin Schulz and Boiler. With the ability to crossover on to the mainstream dancefloor and back again, Gil Glaze is becoming an artist in demand with his unique musicality.
Gil Glaze – How We Do is out now via Sirup Music.
Dastardlyd posted an article in Magazine,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.
NathanJones posted an article in Magazine,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.
BrendanClay posted a topic in Sydney,Here is a fresh new mix from us—and one that definitely gives us the warm and fuzzies!
So, our 'Attic' brand as a whole, the music we push—and, indeed, Andrew and I as individual DJs—is often centred around music on the lower, slower, deeper, warm-up tip. That is a label we've always worn with pride.
Elektropanda posted an article in Magazine,Recently I got to go check out the official Outlook Festival Queensland launch party in Brisbane. Presented by Quality Street Byron Bay, the event concept paid tribute to one of Europe’s most exciting Drum and Bass festivals and is a celebration of sound system culture.
Nobody has received reputation this week.