The flowers on the table were a pleasant contrast to the colour of the apple on the table. Outside, the perfect day. Friday of a long weekend. Gotta get the promo out. No time to think too much. Can’t wait for people to hear the track. I wonder if they will feel alive. Feel something new. Too much caffeine. I like this place, i will come back i think. Jack
“Come on, leave that” she said, her dark brown eyes flickered in his direction. “I like what we have here’ his hands opened softly, “no hurry”. He had been watching her paint her lips in the mirror, dark red, natural beauty. She wasn’t ready, that was all he needed to say. “Did you find anything?”. “A couple of tracks yes” he replied. For a moment he wasn’t sure whether they were something she would approve of, “Yes, let me know what u think”. He began tapping his foot too one of the new ones…yeah…wicked track he thought. Very cool hats.”Jack“, this time she looked across, “Im ready” she smiled. For tonight, he wasn’t to be Friendless.
Sophia Sin has been travelling the world, listening, learning. A free mind & spirit she is beginning to find her voice as a producer and DJ. While her DJ sets are wild and untamed, fuelled by passion & fire her productions are a calm, intimate reflection of the still green waters that surround her. With The Fishes is the first single from her upcoming EP. Let yourself mind float into her world for a bit, its pretty special.
Mike Metro continues to forge a unique sound within the Melbourne dance music scene. Himi Jendrix fuses an obscure interview from the legendary guitarist with a straight to it 3 piece house setup. Bass, piano and kit jam a late night, smoke hazed jazz club kinda of feel. Asahi please…2.
This is the first release of any kind Nick Coleman has penned his named to since January 2012. A massive Hendrix fan, Coleman appears to have gone all EXP on the remix, referencing the opening of Jimi’s 1967 album Axis: Bold As Love.
In The Clubs Volume 5 is the fifth compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.
BITMORE hail from the ACT and have been sending us some exciting productions. Wether u think this track is Techno or Electro House it doesn’t really matter, Decimate does exactly just that. Playing it loud can’t hear u sorry.
Zambia is home to the beautiful Victoria Falls and home to the enigma that is Jack Love. In the physical he is always very much here, frolicking in the ethereal. If it doesn’t make sense, thats ok, Love never really does x
Eddie Stephens Like Jello is a chuggy main room tech track which has been working the speakers hard at many clubs around town. We look forward to hearing more material from this producer as he refines his skills.
Sophia Sin has been busy in the studio working very hard. Her productions are extremely diverse and you can expect to hear anything from abstract drumming improvisations to house and everything in between. If you ever see her out and about, get her to tell you what she sampled and used in Pin Up Trumpet.
Haber is a 16 year old producer/DJ and well on his well to big things. Below Blizted is a melbourne sound that is well, the sound of a new generation. The kid’s got skills with a computer thats for sure. respect.
Suckmusic welcomes Melbourne based artist Sub:Divide to the label. The Flavour EP is an exploration of Tech House elements…tasting a little like San Fran label Dirtybird. The three tracks cut to the chase in the rhythm & bass department. The production is complimented by plenty of melodic development and great use of dynamics within the structure of each song, all to often forgotten within the tech genre.