DJ Night

Had a great time trying to DJ (‘battle’) with Stephen (Seht) Clover last night at Moon. I can remember us playing Harmonia, Lou Reed, Pere Ubu, The Shadows, Red Crayola, Tom Tom Club, Neu, Blurt, Essendon Airport, Miles Davis, Tav Falco and the Panther Burns, Bush Tetras, Tom Verlaine, Jad Fair, Formyula, Alan Vega, Ike and Tina, Can, Undisputed Truth, Chrome and a bunch more. Many thanks to Apa!

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Kevlartronics

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More new hypnotic-noise-tronics from Rory Storm. Check it out here.

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The Trendees

..are just getting better and better…or worse and worse… If you don’t believe me (or do) check out their cover of ‘Controversy’ on their facebook page here. Brilliant.

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New Coolies album out very soon on Feeding Tube Records

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Check it out here

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Loving DEAN

Buy the 7″ lathe at Heavy Space here

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New Trendees EP

Stream The Trendees' New EP 'Trial By Trendee'

Check out the new Trendees EP ‘Trial By Trendee’ on their bandcamp site here

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Dan McGirr

Discover his incredible new music here

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High rotate today

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New Gum Sarn

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…in the fading afternoon sunshine yesterday outside our local Newtown favourite, Death Ray Records…

 

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Audioculture article on Andrew Spittle

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Check out Victor Billot’s excellent overview article on Andrew Spittle (All Red Cables) here at Audioculture. And while you’re at it check out the All Red Cables bandcamp site here.

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