The organising committee of Blazing Swan, a regional burn held in Western Australia over Easter, has reversed its previous decision to not refund patrons following the cancellation of this year’s event due to COVID.
Putting the burn’s future entirely in the hands of its community of supporters, organisers have said all ticket holders will automatically
Creating social bonds is essential for our health and well-being. In a new study conducted at Center for Music in the Brain at Aarhus University, Denmark, postdoctoral researcher Jan Stupacher and colleagues showed that music provides a unique context for social bonding.
The findings, which were published in Scientific Reports suggest that when moving together
A purveyor of lucid sounds and world bass music, the Toulouse-bred and Colorado-based producer, Chloé Herry, better known as CloZee, released her new LP, Neon Jungle, on July 3. The album drop comes after a lead-up of three shimmering singles, “Winter Is Coming,” “Air,” and the Kite String Tangle feature, “Us,” and offers a fuller exhibition of
UPDATE 06 JULY
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A portion of a taped recording of Bassnectar speaking to the victim of the allegations has now been released on social media.
In it, he appears to gaslight the victim, Rachael, and guilt-trip her for speaking her personal truth by implying the potential consequences of his actions
If you want a thorough understanding of how electronic music evolved over the years, you will need to read some hefty books, as there are so many nuances and branches to cover. In the meantime, here is an insightful brief overview of electronic music’s evolution, from the 19th to the 21st Century.
The Early Years
Illegal raves were once one of the few places that captured the euphoric sounds and energy of EDM. Now, with festival season grinding to a slow halt, illegal raves are seeing a resurgence – and that has officials worried.
Stories across Europe tell the tale of secret parties popping up in Germany, France, Portugal and
South Australia is known both domestically and internationally for wine. The state is responsible for over more than 50% of all domestic wine production, producing everything from acclaimed heritage drops like Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace to the nastiest Fruity Lexia goonsacks filling the shelves of your local off-license.
No trip to SA
Some music scenes are defined by artists, some by labels, some by specific sounds or tracks. Berlin is different. Yes, you can pick out key contributors to all of those categories, but it’s somehow not enough to explain the broader creativity of the German capital. Perhaps the best way to trace the evolution of techno
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Festivals are, without question, the absolute worst fucking way to see live music. It’s always a thousand degrees and you’re in the middle of some parking lot or field, you have to stand the distance of 52 football fields away from the stage, and the bands sound like they’re coming out
Clubs have reopened in Perth with minimal social distancing measures.
Clubs in the Western Australian city of Perth have been able to reopen this last weekend, as the state moves into the fourth phase of reopening following the coronavirus pandemic. A two-square-metre rule — which requires venues to provide two square metres of floor space per
Nodding your head to a beat, or swaying along with the music, can feel as though it is happening automatically when a song comes flowing from loudspeakers. But have you tried to resist? Researchers have discovered that it is virtually impossible to stand completely still when hearing music.
“Nobody has managed it so far,” says
Boris Brejcha’s favourite top 10 includes music from Cliff Richard, Metallica, Pan-Pot and Fatboy Slim
BORIS BREJCHA’S High-Tech Minimal sound has swept through clubs and festivals across the world over the last few years winning armies of fans along the way with flamboyant DJ sets full of positive energy.
Out of all of the masked DJs on the scene, Boris is definitely of our favourites.
During that time, he has