The mysterious Sydney-based label Pharmaceutical Audio has launched a remix compilation of Zen In Space’s Earth Tones release from March this year.
Sydney party collective Extra Spicy has launched their second compilation, XTR002, showcasing Australia’s rising underground bass music producers.
More often than not, the most exciting new releases come from the backbone of underground dance culture: small collectives with a deep-rooted love and understanding of the communities that they operate within.
It’s no secret that 2020 has been a year that has unfortunately torn apart Australia’s intimate underground dance scene, normally bound together by moments of euphoria on club or warehouse dancefloors.
Nina Las Vegas’ NLV Records continues its hot streak of assured, forward-thinking club music, with Nigerian born, UK based MC Magugu and Irish producer Famous Eno combining forces to debut on the label with ‘Big Don’, a heavy hitting bass track pushing pidgin rap to the fore.
A young, experimental protege with brazen, rebellious music tailor-made for his peers.
After releasing a fresh EP, ‘Blumiere’, only a handful of months ago, one would think Ninajirachi would be let off the hook from releasing new music for a while.
British singer-songwriter Holly Låpsley Fletcher, best known by the stage name Låpsley, has a strong head start when it comes to the success of remixes of her work – think DJ Koze’s disco remix of ‘Operator’, destined for any dance floor hall of fame.
After releasing her debut album, ‘Look At Us Now Dad’, earlier this year, Melbourne-born, LA-based pop artist Banoffee has shared a new EP featuring key album remixes, one of which, ‘Tennis Fan’, is expertly commandeered by Australian club music legend and label head, Nina Las Vegas.
If there’s one artist we can count on to bring infectious, uplifting energy to any situation, it’s Jayda G.
In the short time since its inception (just over a year now), Pure Space has delivered some of the most exciting and thought provoking releases seen in Australia’s underground music community, and it seems only fitting that esteemed radio host and selector Andy Garvey’s label would be leading the charge in a new era of.
Music Victoria is offering support during the COVID-19 crisis by offering free one year memberships, in a nod to the continued hardships experienced by the arts sector under COVID-19.