Australia’s Favourite Live Duo ‘Mashd N Kutcher’ Are Back!!
With A Fresh Take On The Journey Classic: ‘Don’t Stop Believin’!’
Title: Don’t Stop Believin’ (Feat Addison)
Artist: Mashd N Kutcher
Label: Casablanca Records Australia
Release Date: 6th July
Added To ‘New Music Friday’ Spotify 6/7
#1 LIVE Electronic DJ Duo in Australia Writing & Performing Pop / Electronic / Dance Records for 6 years Over a Billion video views across ALL Platforms Over 25 Million Streams across ALL Platforms Multiple Platinum & Gold Singles in Australia 2x Gold Certified Records in 18 Months: ‘Do It Now’ & ‘My Sunshine’ ‘Do It Now’ Top 10 Track on iTunes, #1 Shazam Chart, reached over 3 million+ streams and added to every major commercial radio station across the country ‘My Sunshine’ Top 5 on iTunes - #1 Most Played track on Australian Radio and reached #5 on iTunes ‘Need Me’ ft Sammi Constantine – Added across all radio Australia wide Mashd N Kutcher on Socials: 250 million video views in all, 1.3 million followers Facebook, 103,000 Instagrammers, 100,000 viewers on Snapchat and over 385,880 YouTube subscribers
Mashd N Kutcher return with a modern reinterpretation of the Journey classic: ‘Don’t Stop Believin’!
Part DJ’s, part live instrumentalists, this keyboard and drummer duo from Brisbane Australia, have cemented their name as one of the most prominent Australian electronic music acts of recent years. Three short years after they began, Mashd N Kutcher became one of the most talked about acts in the industry, consistently touring across: Australia, Asia, New Zealand, North America, South America and Europe. From multiple DJ Mag Top100 clubs, to international festivals such as: Ultra Music Festival, s20 and Electric Love Festival, Mashd N Kutcher have now amassed a whopping 700+ live shows.
Their music has been keeping Australia’s airwaves busy with Platinum and Gold selling singles: ‘My Sunshine’ - becoming the #1 Most Played record on Australian Radio in February and hitting Top 5 on iTunes multiple times.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, there is no doubt Mashd N Kutcher would have appeared in your newsfeed one time or another. The pair have one of Australia’s biggest social media reaches online in music, with each video reaching tens of millions of views. With over a whopping half a billion video views in total across all platforms, the boys have received not only online & radio praise, but also endorsements and partnerships from globally recognised brands. This includes international media coverage by some of the world’s biggest news outlets including: The Discovery Channel, The Disney Channel, CBS, Good Morning America and Inside Edition.
With their unique combination of music, live performances, brand versatility and social media presence, Mashd N Kutcher are a force to be reckoned with.
MASHD N KUTCHER LIVE SHOWS:
04/07 - Electric Love, Salzburg, Austria
05/07- Valamar Club, Porec, Croatia
07/07 - Cafe Europa, Bielefeld, Germany
11/07 - Airbeat One Festival, Nuestadt-Glewe, Germany
13/07 - Lake Night, Blindenmarkt, Austria
21/07 - Lick, Boliqueime, Portugal
4/08 - Dog N Duck, Adelaide, Australia
11/08 - Ettamagoah Hotel, Kellyville Ride, Australia
18/08 - Regional Adelaide – Venue TBC
24/08 - Fuze KL, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1/09 - King Street Hotel, Newcastle
15/09 - Platinum Nightclub, Broadbeach, Australia
22/09 - Regional Adelaide - Venue TBC
29/09 - The Helm, Mooloolaba, Australia
13/10 - Club 54, Launceston, Australia
19/10 - Racehorse Hotel, Ipswich, Australia
26/10 - Goulbourn Workers Club, Goulbourn, Australia
27/10 - Dog N Duck, Adelaide, Australia
More to come..
Here is a fresh new mix from us—and one that definitely gives us the warm and fuzzies!
So, our '
Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. ' 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. Well, in this instance, our good friend, Flynn—of 'Move 4 Mood' fame—was kind enough to book us for a "peak time" set at The Flinders, and, with that, an opportunity to exercise our tougher, uptempo selections; as such, we did just that!
We were fortunate to enjoy a heaving, packed dance floor from start to finish, and we delivered a strong selection of suitable cuts—all while staying fairly true to our Attic sound. The crowd response was phenomenal and we had a wonderful time making it all happen—hence the "warm and fuzzies" mentioned above!
Hope you enjoy this one as much as we did!
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01 : Coeo - 'Back In The Days' (Original Mix) [Toy Tonics]
02 : Ari Bald - 'Moonshiner' (Original Mix) [Better Listen Records]
03 : Johannes Albert - 'Beach Reach' (Original Mix) [Fine]
04 : Duccio LP - 'I Can Stay Without You' (Original Mix) [Blaq Numbers]
05 : Slamb - 'Getting Back (To Myself)' (Original Mix) [Infinite Pleasure]
06 : Joe Corti - 'Mr. Kuti' (Original Mix) [Better Listen Records]
07 : Iban Montoro & Jazzman Wax - 'Leave Me Alone' (Original Mix) [Robsoul Recordings]
08 : Adryiano - 'Nite Talk' (Original Mix) [Shall Not Fade]
09 : Bobby Analog - 'Dr. In The House' (Original Mix) [Body Fusion]
10 : Tell - 'Y'all Feel That Honey' (Paradise Mix) [Quartet Series]
11 : Black Loops - 'Higher' (Original Mix) [Neovinyl Recordings]
12 : Folamour - 'La Pierre Et Le Sabre' (Original Mix) [Tronic Session Records]
13 : The Timewriter - 'Pasodoble' (Kruse & Nuernberg Remix) [Streetlight]
14 : Bas Roos - 'Searchin'' (Original Mix) [Exploited]
15 : Sidney Charles - 'Jack On The Rocks' (Sante's 90s House Jam Remix) [Off Recordings]
16 : Souldynamic - 'Equatoriale' (Original Mix) [Tribe Records]
17 : Adryiano - 'Me And You And Her' (Original Mix) [Heist Recordings]
18 : Soul Reductions - 'Got 2 Be Loved' (Original Mix) [Take Away]
19 : Pierre Moritz - 'Eunuque Millionnaire' (Original Mix) [Shall Not Fade]
20 : Slamb - 'I Want Your' (Original Mix) [Blaq Numbers]
21 : Unknown - 'Track 3' [House Of Disco]
22 : Loose Change - 'Straight From The Heart' (Joey Negro Straight To The Groove Mix) [Z Records]
23 : Detroit Swindle - 'Just Not Norma' (Original Mix) [Heist Recordings]
24 : Knuckle G. - 'You Got Me' (Original Mix) [De La Groove]
25 : Folamour - 'Hearts Melting Into An Ocean' (Original Mix) [Kyoku Records]
26 : Speed Boat - 'Speed Tool 001' (Original Mix) [Nail Shop]
27 : Li'll Bo Tweak - 'Musics Hypnotising' (GhettoStep Mix) [Loungin' Recordings]
28 : Vaggio - 'Don't You Want Some More' (Original Mix) [Ovum Recordings]
29 : Midland - 'Double Feature' (Original Mix) [ReGraded]
30 : Brame & Hamo - 'Roy Keane' (Original Mix) [Brame & Hamo]
There's nothing simple about Dashiki's colourful new effort "Forget You"
Dashiki is an unusual artistic movement that mixes a blend European and African cultures with music, visuals and people. After the success of their first single, Forget You, Dashiki has released an equally vibrant visual accompaniment.
Dashiki is the anagram of the three members in the collective… David, Shif and Kimbo. Aptly, Dashiki also refers to a traditional type African dress. Staying true to their roots, this mixture of African and European cultures is at the core of this project.
Dashiki is a collective where singers, dancers, designers and video makers, of both European and African origins, collaborate with the DJ producer who masterminded the whole idea. Their energy has been well directed to create Forget You, in 2017, and now their equally exhilarating video.
Brought to life by the Dashiki movement, this video is an uplifting exploration that doesn’t shy away from a very relatable situation. Sewn together by three creative forces, the video is underpinned heavily by each of their skills, backgrounds and individual stories. This track has an eclectic and erratic slant, but in some way, has the sense of utter certainty that youth holds. Deleting his ex-girl in a video game like twist, no one can’t decide whether this is a good or bad move. Passionate and powerful, this loudly asks us whether forgetting is better than heartbreak? Either way, we can’t wait for more celebrations of life from the skilled musicians that have brought us Dashiki.
So, as the dust has settled on our recent Attic event headlined by Laurence Guy—our fourth instalment—I am making available my recorded set from the evening.
I opened up shop for the first hour on this occasion, so, accordingly; this is very much a lower, slower effort—105 BPM upwards—though, in doing so, I did my best to retain a lot of the melodic elements that make up our "Attic sound".
I really enjoyed putting this one together and kicking off the night in a method that I saw fit—and what an evening it turned out to be!
I hope you enjoy this one, all the same.
Comments and feedback—and if you really enjoy it, bookings—are always welcome!
'till next time!
01 : Voodoo Whiskey - 'Poolside' (Original Mix) [Midnight Riot]
02 : Atjazz - 'Open A Window' (Original Mix) [Atjazz Record Company]
03 : Shur-I-Kan - 'Remember' (Original Mix) [Dark Energy Recordings]
04 : Ben La Desh & Plan d'Aqua - 'Crackstate' (Original Mix) [Ism Recordings]
05 : Ethyène - 'Rains Over Occident' (Original Mix) [Editorial Records]
06 : Saine - 'You Can Count On Me' (Original Mix) [Masterworks Music]
07 : Deephope - 'Transition' (Original Mix) [Deep Site Digital]
08 : Luvless - 'Down With You Baby' (Original Mix) [Tsuba]
09 : Kolja Gerstenberg - 'Mmmh Jaaazz' (Original Mix) [Smile For A While]
10 : Ethyène ft. Folamour - 'Why My Love' (Original Mix) [Better Listen Records]
11 : Tour-maubourg - 'Hang On' (Original Mix) [FHUO Records]
12 : Closed Paradise - 'Secrets' (Original Mix) [Better Listen Records]
13 : Daniel Leseman - 'On My Mind' (Original Mix) [Outplay]
Ozclubbers Review of "I Need You" by Jroll, Voviii, and Wknd Warrior on Central Station Records
Review by Wormie, Lou Lou, and MJ from Duggystone Radio
Wormie and Lulu: We're here to review I need you by Jroll, Vovii, and Wknd Warrior, coming out on Central Station Records tomorrow (Fri 23rd Feb) LuLu: I've been listening to it and god, its a great track Wormie: Yeah I thorougly enjoyed it MJ: I really loved it, the beat and everything, and i loved how the second drop wasn't the same as the first drop. I know its something that many many of my friends would totally vibe to W: Its starts off with the bass, thats what got me hooked M: I loved the melody as well, the only thing that would amp that up more would be a female voice, not all throughout the song, just every now and then, but its still.... i loved it L: Yeah, the intro and outtro, its puts the song in such a different perspective, you don't expect it to drop into that heavy ass bass M: Yeah but even the drop itself, i didn't expect that, i was expecting it to be a harder drop than that, but it was still brilliant the way it all just worked together W: I personally think its an easy song to freestyle to L: Definitely M: Yeah definitely W: I was busting away to it throughout the song. Its going to be a dope song L: Freestylers are going to love it! W: Its smooth and easy listening, thats the best part about it from the start to the finish. The only thing I can really fault about the whole song is the outtro goes a bit too long, but thats all L: Yeah but it does cut the track too M: The good thing about that is, you can bust out solo's to it or its good to just listen to also just how it is, its versatile like that and thats a great sign of a great track L: I can 100% hear this on the radio in the future W: I could see me dancing to it in a nightclub after a few beverages too (all laugh) W: JRoll, Vovii, and Wknd Warrior, you have outdone yourselves with this one L: I give this one a 10 out of 10 W: Yeah, it gets a 10 out of 10 from me too M: 10 out of 10 from me too
OzClubbers Revew on I Need You.MP3
NathanJones posted an article in News and Reviews,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 News and Reviews,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.