Paces - On My Mind

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Paces Signed to etcetc & Announces New EP

October 14, 2014 Posted by admin at 3:16 pm

Sub-tropical producer, MPC power-master, and all-round nice guy, Paces, joins the growing roster at Australian electronic indie label etcetc with the release of his upcoming EP ‘On My Mind’. The three-track EP features the vocals of UK outfit YOUTH and will be released via etcetc on Friday, 7th November, 2014. Paces, aka Mikey Perry, has [...]

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Kilter feat. Tkay Maidza – They Say

October 2, 2014 Posted by admin at 5:28 pm

When Sydney electronic producer Kilter played to a packed crowd at Splendour In The Grass in July, fans were treated to a very special surprise performance by Tkay Maidza, who joined Kilter on stage to premiere a reworked version of ‘They Say’. Since then, Kilter and Tkay have laid down the track in the studio [...]

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Luke Million – Light & Sound (Official Video)

October 2, 2014 Posted by admin at 5:05 pm

Luke Million has gained cult house party status with Arnold and his signature synth-laden, cosmic disco style – appearing in remixes for musical amigos Olympic Ayres, Moullinex and Midnight Pool Party, as well as upcomers for High Highs, Tkay Maidza and The Swiss. Written with Sterling Silver, ‘Light & Sound’ is a feel-good, disco-fuelled jam [...]

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Listen Out Recap

October 2, 2014 Posted by admin at 4:46 pm

As we approach the recovery phase after Listen Out Sydney last weekend, we thought it was time to brave the upward scroll to reveal what evidence of the festival was sitting in our camera roll. As per, the photos were average. Mainly chicks and Kilter. Couple of grass shots and some accidental screen shots for [...]

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‘See It Through’ Single Launch

September 16, 2014 Posted by claude at 2:49 pm

Godwolf’s third single ‘See It Through’ hits the emotive power chords; again straddling their trademark ambient energy with disarming songwriting. Engineered by Sameer Sengupta (Elizabeth Rose, The Aston Shuffle, Alison Wonderland) ‘See It Through’ is the next big step for the boys ahead of their EP release later in the year. Following an equally high [...]

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Set Mo ‘The Crush EP’ Launch + etcetc Label Party

August 28, 2014 Posted by admin at 2:45 pm

Bit out of the bloody blue but we’re having a label party at Hugo’s Lounge on Sunday in celebration of Set Mo’s new EP, ‘The Crush’ out on etcetc this Friday August 29. Atmospherics courtesy of Set Mo, Acaddamy, Sir Jonathan + more from 9pm.

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Luke Million – Light & Sound

August 27, 2014 Posted by admin at 5:55 pm

Following a string of seminal releases with acclaimed imprints such as Future Classic, Kitsuné and Nervous, Luke Million proudly joins the etcetc family with his new EP, ‘Light & Sound’. Luke Million has gained house-party, cult status with ‘Arnold’ (1.3 million spins and counting) as well as enjoying bountiful JJJ play for his last EP [...]

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Arkon Fly – Back Seat

August 25, 2014 Posted by admin at 6:05 pm

After garnering support on their debut single ‘Through The Fire’ from Skream, Duke Dumont and Julio Bashmore, London duo Arkon Fly (Big Jam and Bixby) continue their route into funk-fuelled house with ‘Back Seat’. Gaining immediate attention through Earmilk and Annie Mac tweets, ‘Back Seat’ has already picked up continued support from Radio 1 specialist [...]

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Claude VonStroke – CaliFuture

August 25, 2014 Posted by admin at 5:59 pm

You might remember the legendary dirtybird video for Claude VonStroke’s ‘Deep Throat’, which launched the infamous, iconic and pretty scary big blue dirtybird. Or perhaps Justin Martin & Ardalan’s 16-bit ‘Lezgo’ inspired by classic 80s and 90s videogames. But “CaliFuture’ might well top them all – from a cameo from the aforementioned blue bird, to [...]

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MK Feat. Alana – Always (Route94 Remix)

August 1, 2014 Posted by admin at 9:00 am

The 1992 original undergoes a deep flavoured makeover via Defected Records, Ministry of Sound and is available now in Australia and New Zealand through etcetc. ‘Always’ manages to incite more dancefloor revelry than the vast majority of modern day house productions. Twenty years down the line and some of today’s most exciting producers are stepping [...]

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