Unless you’ve been hiding in your fully prepped bunker in the middle of the desert with no wifi to wait out the apocalypse, you’d be well aware that COVID 19 has decimated the entire music industry, taking the underground electronic scene with it.
Half Wild put out the call a few weeks ago to musicians
Party crews discuss how they’ve been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We voluntarily cancelled our March 20th party over one week prior, because it seemed like the German authorities were dragging their feet on mandating preventative measures. This is the first time we’ve called off our monthly since starting in June 2016,
With a tour schedule that can go toe-to-toe with nearly anyone’s in the industry and a nuanced, yet gritty sound that’s all her own, it’s safe to say that Ann Clue is one of the unsung heroes of the thriving European techno scene. The German musician came up through the same minimal techno ranks as
“Let’s talk real shit!” Beste Aydin laughed as we sat down with a freshly-brewed coffee and tea. It was a grey Thursday in Berlin, but inside her apartment the energy was warm and welcoming when we settled in to philosophise about the future of techno.
Beste, or Nene H as she’s known behind the decks, had just finished
Reports are coming in from Panama that hundreds of doofers, artists and crew have been placed in a forced lockdown by the army on the Tribal Gathering site due to fears the number of international travellers at the festival may infect the local population with COVID-19.
Organisers of the event, Geoparadise, posted on their Facebook
Spare a thought for the embattled Rainbow Serpent Festival organisers who have cancelled their rescheduled Regen event set to take place over Easter.
It’s the second time organisers have had to delay after a bushfire devastated the festival site in December forcing the postponement of the traditional January party. All ticket holders will be automatically
Happy Daze Festival has released its mammoth lineup for the 2020 edition, tempting everyone at Half Wild HQ to pack some bathers and dancing pants and book flights to the Whitsundays.
Held over 29 – 31 May, Happy Daze may just be the most perfectly located festival in the country. Held on a stunning site
Another announcement from the team at Rainbow Serpent shows they’re committed to providing a stellar weekend of world-class beats over Easter.
The fresh announcements include several acts who were set to appear at the event’s cancelled January event such as Tim Healey (UK) and local favourites Kodiak Kid, Kasey Taylor, Mortisville & Friends and Ozzy.
Rainbow Serpent has finally dropped the first in a series of lineup announcements for their Easter Regen event.
Since a bushfire on the festival site in December forced organisers to defer the four-day event, they’ve been teasing fans on social media with hints they’ll be returning to their roots with a modern twist and today’s
The DISTRIKT crew, famed for their shenanigan filled theme camp on the playa, are headed to Melbourne for a day of phat beats and general tomfoolery.
But who, or what, are they? Often mistaken as the love children of celestial beings and Keith Richards, they’re apparently just normal (albeit ridonculously awesome) burners who work hard
After bushfires forced festival organisers to postpone this year’s Rainbow Serpent Festival, the event will make its triumphant return this Easter.
As a result of bushfire damage to the festival’s Lexton site and safety concerns, the Rainbow Serpent crew made alternate plans for this year’s festival. Having operated over the January long weekend for 22
Earth Frequency celebrates 15 years as one of Australia’s favourite underground events next weekend. Over time, it’s seen a myriad of changes and organiser, Paul Abad, has become a master of innovation to ensure the event has evolved along with the changing dynamics of both the event industry and his personal beliefs.
We sat down