Couple weeks ago Candee Flip dragged out the vinyl once again for the nostalgic 90s rave experience. This year they celebrate a huge milestone, 10 years of bringing the reminiscent tunes for carving up memory lane. The intimate new venue, Caputlet proved perfect for the event which not even a sweltering heat wave pushing 40C could deter!
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Halio made their live debut at Brightside last week with their big stadium sound and it was cracker! Get ready, you’re going to be hearing alot from these guys 😀
Our buddies The Iron Eye give The Foundry what for, supporting Aerials last month.
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Another great night of classic tunage all on vinyl from the Candee Flip gang!
You can take the lad out of TISM but you can’t take the TISM out of the lad.
Damian does disco, and its fabulous!
Candee Flip was back once again like the Renegade Master! A whole night of classic 90’s rave nostalgia with cream of the crop DJ’s Jen-E, Thief and Barking Boy dropping hands in the air madness all from vinyl and Bexta topping it off by playing live.
Check out all the whistle blowing action in the extended gallery below.
Krafty swapped his usual funk and breaks for a bass heavy sound to tear The Met a new one the other night. Check out all the action in the bumper gallery below.
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Photog-love, I can feel it in the air :p
It’s all happening this week, we’re taking over the mag! Ok so it wont change to a comic format with reviews on sneakers, toys and watches but we do put more of our grubby finger prints over it than usual starting with the front cover shot of The Cairos as well as the nabbing those harping groovers The Flumes for “The Guide” section cover, and finally we head out to Ellement Lounge for a drum and bass double header with half of New Zealand outfit, The Upbeats and reunited live DnB dynamic duo, Silent Shadow! Highlight photos of that gig below.
Check it all out in this week’s issue of The Music (Brisbane) #045.
Upbeats and Silent Shadow at Ellements photos
Hip hop royalty came together for a night of quality and a variety tunes. Even though they decided to come on 2 whole hours earlier than predicted, Pete Rock and DJ Premier played a set of classics and modern works from underground to commercial with plenty of running commentary in between. Far from a technical set but enjoyable none the less to catch two greats under the one roof!