Jump to content
×
  • Can you help us?

    If you have some serious passion for your local scene, and are interested in helping us build Australia's newest electronic music community, hit on the Apply Now button below to become an Ozclubbers contributor!

    Apply Now

     

  • Ozclubbers News and Reviews

    All the latest dance music news and reviews from around the world!

    • OzClubbers
      The full lineup for the biggest trance festival in the world, A State of Trance, has been announced! The famed radio show helmed by Armin Van Buuren completes 850 episodes this year! To celebrate the occasion, the man keeps up his yearly ritual of hosting the famed ASOT festival at the Jaarbeurs, Utrecht.

      The lineup sees artists from all the sub genres of the wide spectrum of trance. From Anjunabeats star, Ilan Bluestone to psy trance super player, Neelix and even some big room, like NWYR, the line-up has something for everyone.
      The full lineup includes –
      Ilan Bluestone,
      Allen Watts,
      Day.Din
      Arkham Knights,
      Purple Haze
      Jorn Van Deynhoven
      G.M.S
      Max Meyer Music
      Radion6
      Waio
      Solarstone
      NWYR
      John O’Callaghan Official
      Liquid Soul (official)
      Roman Messer
      Davey Asprey
      Neelix
      Bryan Kearney
      Armin van Buuren
      Gareth Emery
      John Askew
      Ace Ventura by Yoni Oshrat
      Chris Schweizer b2b Heatbeat
      David Gravell
      Ben Nicky
      Scott Bond
      Blastoyz
      Shinovi
      Factor B
       

      ASOT has always had the reputation for having some of the best festivals and is yet unmatched in terms of their stages, production and the all round experience. And their line-up for the 850 celebrations has surpassed our expectation in all ways.
      Get your tickets for the festival here 
      The post Full Lineup Announced for ASOT 850 in Utrecht appeared first on Trance Hub.
      Source: Trance.news

    • Nordic-By-Nature
      Category: Local News, Music Review
      TITLE: TOAST (REMIXES)
      ARTIST: FOREIGN BEGGARS
      LEAD SINGLE OFF FORTHCOMING ALBUM ‘2 2 KARMA’ (OUT FEB 15, 2018)
      LABEL: PAR EXCELLENCE  
      REMIXES RELEASE DATE: NOVEMBER 24, 2017

      FOREIGN BEGGARS ‘TOAST’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES:
      Friday 8 December – The Met, Brisbane
      Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2gEsvSM
      Saturday 9 December – Manning Bar, Sydney
      Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yJWhzZ
      Friday 15 December – Brown Alley, Melbourne
      Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2yL2jAk
      Saturday 16 December – Villa, Perth
      Buy Tickets: http://bit.ly/2izGMnO
       
      Toast Remixes – Tracklisting:
      1. Toast - Chimpo Remix
      2. Toast - Zeke Beats Remix 
      3. Toast VIP ft. Alix Perez, Sparkz, Truthos, Physiks, Illaman, Mad hed city, Killa P, Marger, Jumanji 

      Foreign Beggars
      Since their formation in 2002, multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars’ unique trajectory has seen them evolve from underground hip hop heroes, to a trailblazing electronic crossover act.  Without ever forsaking an ounce of their inimitable energy, Foreign Beggars are equally pumped whether in the studio recording or jumping around on stage at one of their live shows.

      The crew have released five studio albums to date: Asylum Speakers, Stray Point Agenda, United Colours Of Beggattron, The Uprising and I AM LEGION with Dutch production wizards Noisia.  It is with great pride that they announce the completion and upcoming release of their finest work to date - their sixth full length album: 2 2 KARMA.

      The first single ‘Toast’ from 2 2 KARMA will be released in February 2018. ‘Toast’ is produced by their long time musical partner Alix Perez and features the highly acclaimed Izzie Gibbs and Dizmack.  ‘Toast’ is packed with pace and precision, showcasing their place as the finest rappers from the UK.

      Always keen collaborators, the Beggars have worked with a plethora of artists worldwide from a wide musical spectrum.  2 2 KARMA sees collaborations with the likes of: Kate Tempest, OG Maco, Izzie Gibbs, Dizmack, Killa P & Irah, Shogun, Black Josh, Marcello Spooks, Zu and Andre Laville.  The album features productions from: Flux Pavilion, Spor/Feed Me, Alix Perez, Ivy Lab and Bangzy.  Collaborative highlights from their past include: Noisia, Dirtyphonics, Knife Party, Skrillex, Birdy Nam Nam, D’onaeo, Skinnyman, Jack Beats, Alix Perez, Tommy Lee, Eprom and Flux Pavilion.
      The critically acclaimed group have built this steadfast reputation as one of the UK’s most versatile, creative and prolific acts through a continuing desire to push the envelope, in a manner that is as urgent now as it has ever been.  With a top ten hit, over 80 million YouTube plays and a string of international headline dates ahead of them, things are going from strength to strength for the Beggars.

      Festival highlights include: Glastonbury, Stereosonic, EDC Vegas, Hard LA, Shambhala, Exit, Outlook, Snowbombing, iTunes Festival, Field Day, Rhythm and Vines, SXSE, Electron, Glade, SW4, Lovebox, Garrorock, Sonar, NH7, Igloofest, Urban Art Forms, Brixton Academy, Dour Festival, Lowlands.


      https://www.facebook.com/foreignbeggars
      https://www.instagram.com/foreignbeggars
      https://twitter.com/ForeignBeggars
      https://soundcloud.com/foreignbeggars
       



    • OzClubbers

      Benji Lewis – Never Mine

      By OzClubbers, in News and Reviews,

      Benji Lewis is an Australian talent who is on the come up. The Melbourne based singer/producer/songwriter is back with a new single entitled “Never Mine” that is as about as calming as a massage. I am confident this kid will go places if he continues to create pop music as original as “Never Mine” and
      The post Benji Lewis – Never Mine appeared first on EDM Sauce.
      Source: EDM Sauce

    • OzClubbers

      LIHO – The Upside Down [Free DL]

      By OzClubbers, in News and Reviews,

      Last week rising producer LIHO dropped a sick new original called “The Upside Down” paying homage to the instant classic Neflix original TV Series Stranger Things. The future trap banger has a mellow yet head-bang-worthy vibe to it, that even goes on to sample a character in the show before on of its drops. Stream
      The post LIHO – The Upside Down [Free DL] appeared first on EDM Sauce.
      Source: EDM Sauce

    • OzClubbers

      In case you somehow haven’t heard of Getter, he is one of the most well-known dubstep artists in the scene.  Along with being a producer, Getter has a clothing brand, called “Trippy Burger”, and a record label called “Shred Collective”.  He has also recently revealed his rap alter-ego “Terror Reid”, and has released multiple songs as collaborations with himself.
      Getter has been on tour since October, making his way through the United States.  His “Big Mouth Tour” ends next Thursday and Friday in Los Angeles with back to back shows at The Fonda Theatre.  Prince Fox, Minesweepa, Half Empty, and Sneek are also playing both nights.
      Tickets are available on getterofficial.com.
      The post [Event Preview] Getter Big Mouth Tour at The Fonda Theatre 11/30 & 12/1 appeared first on By The Wavs.
      Source: ByTheWavs

    • OzClubbers
      NASA’s ‘Voyager Golden Records’ series will be released via OZMA Records 40 years after its 1977 launch into space. The compilation will debut in the form of either a two-CD or three-LP box set on Dec. 1, thanks to a successful 2016 kickstarter campaign led by David Pescovitz of Boing Boing. The fully remastered box set will come with a 96-page book complete with a photographic history of the record series, and liner notes from the series’ original producer, Timothy Ferris.
      Astronomer Carl Sagan assisted in the creation of the ‘Golden Records’ collection, a grouping of sounds reflecting the musical climate of the period. The records contained music from Louis Armstrong and Stravinsky, classical masterpieces from Bach and Mozart, and records of the word “hello” in more than 50 languages should extraterrestrial life forms encounter the series.
      Those interested in pre-ordering the ‘Voyager Golden Records’ compilation may do so via Light In The Attic here. A “Sounds of Earth” grouping of sonic effects from the ‘Golden Records’ series can be streamed prior to the record’s December release.

      Read More:
      NASA launches its SoundCloud page with sounds from past missions
      Sónar Festival is attempting to contact alien life with music for its 25th anniversary
      Celebrate the fifth anniversary of Flume’s self-titled debut LP [Stream]
      H/T: Mixmag
      Source: Dancing Astonaut

    • OzClubbers

      I, US & WE – Tryst

      By OzClubbers, in News and Reviews,

      This indie electronic band really grabbed my attention with their new EP, especially this lead single, “Tryst.” Everything from the sound to the visuals is coherent and overall super polished. “Tryst” has a indie/party-dance sound that I would love to get down to live. So give it a listen, and if you dig it, be
      The post I, US & WE – Tryst appeared first on EDM Sauce.
      Source: EDM Sauce

    • OzClubbers
      Richie Hawtin’s MODEL 1 has undoubtedly paved the way today’s DJs work behind the decks.
      In MODEL 1’s latest How I Play series, the venerable Carl Cox expounds upon just how the setup changed it all. 
      In near ten minutes, Cox explains his current DJ setup in depth, offering up insight into his preferences of the MODEL 1, his four-deck arsenal with a Traktor, and D2 controllers.
      Cox also expounds upon his early years, “I was a clubber before I was a DJ, so I know what it’s like…I’m able to transmit exactly what I would want to hear on the dance floor. I almost get jealous, because I would like to be on the dance floor when I’m playing certain records, certain tracks, creating certain moments”.
      It’s with these years in mind, and his keen knack for experimenting behind the decks, that he also details just how the mixer makes his life easier, “I don’t know any other mixer that has the ability to go this far in its scope of its frequencies…working and sculpting sound on each channel. There’s no boundaries,” he says.
      Upon wrapping things up, Cox explains just how the mixer and his set-up are more like a musical instrument than a DJ or producer set-up. “It’s the spirit within that driving your creativity, means that you’re playing with heart, spirit, and soul…”

      H/T: Mixmag
      Read More:
      Carl Cox and Nile Rodgers team up for new single ‘Beat The Track’
      STREAM: Carl Cox’s Burning Man set
       
       
      Source: Dancing Astonaut

    • OzClubbers
      While most people are probably familiar with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and Ripple, Gramatik has announced his very own cryptocurrency, GRMTK. As Bitcoin breaks its highest value ever, Gramatik has made a historic move in becoming the first artist to have his intellectual property tokenized. Gramatik did a token launch (ICO) for the
      The post Gramatik Goes Public With His New Cryptocurrency ‘GRMTK’ appeared first on EDM Sauce.
      Source: EDM Sauce

    • OzClubbers

      San Holo x bitbird launch radio series

      By OzClubbers, in News and Reviews,

      Though he’s in the midst of a massive tour, San Holo is making use of what little down time he gets on the road with a new venture: a radio series.
      He’s partnered with Netherlands-based label bitbird for bitbird radio, a series of mixes the producer will be using to share new music and introduce listeners to forthcoming releases on the label.
      “I decided to start this radio show because I always get so excited hearing new music, and this is a great way to share all these new finds with you guys. And, of course, this is going to be a great way to tell you about all the upcoming bitbird releases,” he says in the mix’s introduction.
      The hour-long mix kicks off with a “mega-collab” from San Holo and six other artists, “If Only,” which came out in October. It also features music from Just A Gent, DROELOE, Taska Black and many more.

      Read More:
      San Holo debuts new uplifting single ‘One Thing’
      San Holo releases remix package for ‘The Future’ featuring takes from Wingtip, Kill Paris, Feint and more
      Listen to San Holo’s newest collaboration with 6 other artists
      Source: Dancing Astonaut

    • OzClubbers
      German virtual reality gaming imprint EntroPi Games is blending old school technique with new school technology with the reveal of the world’s first vinyl mixing DJ application. The app, dubbed Vinyl Reality, simulates the look and feel of a vinyl DJ setup in virtual reality, equipping the user with two VR controllers and a VR headset, designed with the help of professional DJs. Once inside the app, users are presented with two digitally modeled turntables and a two-channel mixer with volume controls, EQs, and PLF.
      Vinyl Reality even provides a realistic digital record crate next to the booth so users can sift through selects between their mixes. The application allows users to record their mixes and export mixes, and it also supports separate audio inputs, which means we’re likely not too far away from live streamed virtual DJ sets in the near future. What a time to be alive.

      Vinyl Reality is available now.
      Read More:
      Goldie & Skepta team up for a vinyl-only project
      ‘Stranger Things 2’ soundtrack gets the vinyl release it deserves
      Source: Dancing Astonaut

    • OzClubbers

      REZZ announces Red Rocks 2018 headline show

      By OzClubbers, in News and Reviews,

      On Nov. 21, Canadian producer REZZ built excitement throughout the day leading up to her Denver show with a series of tweets, leaving her followers curious what sort of announcement could be coming during the show.

      On stage at the Ogden Theatre, the producer announced a huge event coming in 2018: a headline show at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
      At the suggestion of her fans, the show will be called ‘REZZ Rocks.’ She hasn’t announced the date yet, but her loyal following is sure to pack the iconic venue for an unforgettable performance.
      Read More:
      REZZ reveals ‘Mass Manipulation’ comic book in new ‘Premonition’ video
      Madeon slid into Rezz’s DMs with the best of intentions
      REZZ flouts convention and asserts her musical dominance in ‘Mass Manipulation’ [Interview + Album Review]
      Source: Dancing Astonaut

    • OzClubbers
      It’s been a hell of a year for Chinese Laundry. Over the last 11 months, the beloved Sydney venue has welcomed artists such as Italian don Joseph Capriati, Nastia, Kayzo, Loudpvck, and Valentino Khan to the decks at Slip Street.
      Their last line-up for the year is in, and it’s another big one. Local legend Kid Kenobi will be kicking things off for BASSIC at the start of the month, with Sydney’s Joyride and trombone trap act Alexander Lewis following in the weeks after. The last Saturday of the month will see a back-to-back takeover by Belgium’s Eptic and UK’s Trampa.
      LNDRY meanwhile, have locked in Billy Kenny, Brisbane local Jordan Burns, and Terace for headlining duties for the opening weekend, with Campelphat, Kill Frenzy, and Kormack are set to appear the week after. The rest of the month sees appearances from Dirtybird head Justin Martin, Kolombo, Shiba San, and Melbourne favourite Dom Dolla
      Not a bad way to finish off the year. Check out the full weekly line-ups below, and grab tickets here.
      The post Chinese Laundry’s December line-up is one of their biggest yet appeared first on inthemix.
      Source: InTheMix

    • OzClubbers
      Another headlining act has pulled out of boutique festival earthcore, only a day after they lost two artists over alleged payment disputes with the promoter.
      Los Angeles DJ Dirty Audio — who was locked in as a headliner at earthcore’s events in NSW, Queensland, and WA — contacted inthemix via Twitter this morning to say he will no longer be appearing at the festival:

      inthemix has contacted Audio and his managers for further information.
      As we reported yesterday, two of the festival’s headliners — Coming Soon and Phaxe — announced they would no longer be performing at the festival, citing payment disputes with the promoter.
      “The reason for the cancellation is because the owner of this festival didn’t pay us until now, and didn’t even book a flight,” Coming Soon wrote on Facebook. “[This is] after many threats of cancelling us if we will not be patient.”
      Danish artist Phaxe also dropped the news via Facebook, writing: “We are sorry to announce, that Phaxe…has to cancel the Australia tour for Earthcore, as the organizer did not fulfill the terms of our agreement.”
      Earthcore is due to take place between November 23 and 27 in Elmore, Victoria, with additional events taking place in NSW, Queensland, and QA; inthemix has again contacted earthcore founder Spiro Boursine for comment.
      Read More Looks like Earthcore Festival is in the middle of some serious drama   The post Another headliner has pulled out of Earthcore appeared first on inthemix.
      Source: InTheMix

    • OzClubbers
      If you’re want for something to do this weekend, might we suggest a trip down to Ministry of Sound Sydney?
      The new superclub — which is set up in ivy’s world class surrounds — has not one but two big-name internationals locked in for Saturday night. ‘House Work’ hitmaker Jax Jones and Dutchman Oliver Heldens will both play sets at MOS this Saturday, November 25. Tickets start at $25.
      MOS Sydney launched in June, pledging to bring a top-tier line-up through every Saturday night.
      “Ministry of Sound in London is a world-renowned venue and has been the destination for lovers of dance music for over 25 years,” Ministry of Sound Australia CEO Tim McGee said. “We are now going to bring that same experience and ethos to Sydney.
      “We will be implementing a forward-thinking music policy and making Ministry of Sound Club a haven for good music and a home for both international and Australian artists to connect with their fans.”
      The post Two huge internationals are playing at Ministry of Sound Sydney this weekend appeared first on inthemix.
      Source: InTheMix

  • We source our news and reviews from a number of sources.  From our local volunteer contributors (writers and reviewers) around Australia, to syndicated news sources including Your EDM, Dancing Astronaut, MixMag, By The Wavs, MNML, No Dough Music, Techno Kittens, Drum and Bass News, BBC, Junkee, and Trance Family.  Where the article has been sourced via syndication, you will find a link at the bottom of the article to the original source.

    Our local volunteer contributors are creative people who are passionate about the dance music and club scene in Australia and want to share their passion with others.  If you feel you fit into this category, we would love to hear from you!  Send us an application to become a contributor (writer / reviewer) by visiting https://ozclubbers.com.au/application

Add Your Event for FREE
Invite A Friend


×

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Privacy Policy, and Guidelines