Off the back of just one single, Coolangatta producer Willaris. K has created plenty of buzz in the Australian electronic scene. See why in this mix for Motorik’s Sunset show, as he spins his brand of energetic techno that melds intimidating bass lines with delicate arpeggios.
Percussive polyrhythms and classic dancefloor sounds: K-Hand proves her status as the First Lady of Detroit Techno on Sunset With Kato and Ben Fester.
Explore the sounds of South African grime and house with Sydney producer JV as he schools us in a new genre emerging from Durban, SA.
Sydney party starters Astral Party recently turned five, and piled Rainbow Chan, Moon Holiday, Preacha, Cliques and Dro Carey into the studio to celebrate.
It’s not often that Newcastle schoolboys have their songs hit #1 on Hype Machine, but Just A Gent doesn’t mind breaking that trend. He’s managed to create a sound that appeals to a large audience without sacrificing artistic integrity, and he’s put together a 20 minute mixtape for you.
Slumberjack’s second mix of their summer residency on FBi boasts everything from fat throwbacks to unreleased exclusives (and a super goofy intro).
Opinion: those proposed alcohol laws are going to be pointless if Go Freek keep playing sets like this – it’d be impossible to shift people away from the dancefloor.