September 6, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:07 pm


Renowned lord of the Melbourne club scene, Justin Erougian, aka Airwolf, has this week signed to independent record label etcetc Music and electronic agency Nuffsaid. As a well-regarded house producer, Airwolf has been remixed by industry heavyweights What So Not, Slumberjack and Young Franco; played notable festivals Summadayze, Falls Festival and Splendour In The Grass and had his remixes released on labels such as Kitsune, Modular and Sweat it Out!. Airwolf joins the etcetc roster at an exciting time, as the label looks down the barrel at some monumental house hits hits from Duke Dumont, Offaiah, Jax Jones and local duo Set Mo.

On his signing, Erougian said, “I’m so excited to be joining the etcetc family! It has always been a goal of mine to be a part of the etcetc roster and I couldn’t be any happier and or more thrilled to be working with such an amazing team and alongside many artists that I look up to!”

The announcement comes the week after Airwolf’s new single, ‘Talking Bass’ feat. Stace Cadet, was premiered on Triple J’s Friday Night Shuffle.


Head of etcetc Music, Aden Mullens, said, “Justin is a super talented, creative artist in the truest sense. I’m really looking forward to working with him and making some waves locally and internationally.”

Airwolf’s new single ‘Talking Bass’ featuring Stace Cadet will be released on September 9th and includes some big international remixes from Taiki Nulight (Black Butter, Night Bass), rrotik (Fool’s Gold), Hood Rich and Yasumo. Follow the etcetc Spotify playlist for the most recent releases from the label, including ‘Talking Bass’:


In support of his new single, Airwolf will be hitting highway on a national tour throughout September to November  to talk bass with Melbourne DJ/producer Stace Cadet. The Melbourne lords will be touring up and down the east coast before finishing off in their home town for a headline show at The Prince Bandroom.


September 30th – Newcastle – Cheap Banter
October 1st – Sydney – DanceETC @ Taylor’s Rooftop
October 1st – Wollongong – Yours & Owls Afterparty
October 2nd – Central Coast – Proud Mary’s
October 8th – Belgrave – Sooki
October 29th – Geelong – Uno Dance Club
November 5th – Melbourne – The Prince Bandroom

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July 12, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:45 pm





After playing to sold-out crowds in 2015 with the likes of Rüfüs, Hermitude, Carmada and Little Dragon, and on the back of upcoming UK and European summer festival appearances such as TheSoundYouNeed in Malta, and Ephemere in Tunisia – Kilter today announces a national tour hitting all corners of Australia and New Zealand this September.Since exploding onto the scene a few years ago, Kilter has been at the forefront of the new wave of Australian electronic artists, extensively touring the country, playing all major festivals and wooing crowds with his infectious live show.
From September 2 at Sydney’s Manning Bar, through to Wollongong for Yours & Owls festival on October 1 – prepare to witness the accomplished producer in his element. Kitted with drums and synth-gear galore – Kilter zooms between keys, sample pads and drumstick duties – bringing his productions to a new dimension.Kilter says of the live process: ‘When it came time for me to bring my music to the stage having an instrument in my hand is what felt most natural’, Kilter credits an upbringing surrounded by music at home and jamming in school jazz bands. ‘Using drums, keyboards and samplers I can perform and express myself in a way that’s unique to that particular show and crowd. That uniqueness is what I’ve always loved most about seeing my favourite artists perform and it’s what I try to capture at a Kilter show’.Recent single Fool For You is out now on etcetc and features Kilter’s signature production and a sultry female vocal. Currently holding over 2.5 million spins online, the track has had love from triple j, community radio and the likes of Majestic Casual, mixmag and more.With two Hype Machine chart-topping remixes under his belt for heavy hitters London Grammar, Ben Pearce as well as a #3 place for Duke Dumont, it’s clear that Kilter’s remix game is tight. His originals – from ‘Want 2′ featuring Porsches that has 2 million plays on Spotify alone, to the Flume remixed ‘Gravel Pit’ with Matt Miller and the GRMM link-up on dusty hip-hop number ‘Look At Me’ – are evidently just as strong.Don’t miss the rich soundscapes and killer crafted remixes from Kilter in a live setting this September. Be it summer vibes courtesy of bouncing steel drums, or nods to his hip-hop influences – catch the unmistakeable sounds of Kilter at a show near you.


Kilter Live Tour Dates
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Friday 2 September – Manning Bar, Sydney
Saturday 3 September – Snowtunes, Jindabyne
Thursday 8 September – HWLR, Melbourne
Saturday 10 September – Fat Controller, Adelaide
Sunday 11 September – Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth
Friday 16 September – Small Ballroom, Newcastle
Saturday 17 September – Oh Hello, Brisbane
Tuesday 20 September – Bondstock, Gold Coast

Thursday 22 September – The Cook, Dunedin
Friday 23 September – Empire, Christchurch
Saturday 24 September – Neck of the Woods, Auckland
Saturday 1 October – Yours & Owls, Wollongong

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June 29, 2016 Posted by aden at 4:11 pm

tour poster


Adelaidian three-piece Flamingo continue their signature blend of heartfelt indie electronica vibes with their new single, At Sea’ via Rolling Stone. Built on an instrumental of ocean-pulsed synths and glistening guitar riffs, the lyrics reflect on the ominous past and terrifying future of those people who find themselves, At Sea’.


“With their new track “At Sea”, Adelaide trio Flamingo provide what has been sorely absent from the refugee debate during the current Australian national election — empathy.” – Rolling Stone


In support of their latest release the band are hitting up the east coast of Australia for a series of energetic live shows. Joining them will be national tour support Lastlings, a brother / sister electronic duo out of Sydney and a slew of local supports TBA!!!



August 12th | Workers Club, MELBOURNE       TICKETS
August 13th | Jive, ADELAIDE          TICKETS
August 20th | Plan B, SYDNEY         TICKETS



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June 20, 2016 Posted by aden at 1:16 pm


‘With their new track ‘At Sea’, Adelaide trio Flamingo provide what has been sorely absent from the refugee debate during the current Australian national election — empathy’ – Rolling Stone

Adelaide three-piece Flamingo continues their signature blend of heartfelt indie electronica vibes with their new single, ‘At Sea’. Built on an instrumental of ocean-pulsed synths and glistening guitar riffs, the lyrics reflect on the ominous past and terrifying future of those people who find themselves ‘At Sea’.

The topic of refugees who arrive by boat to Australia is politically-charged and heavily skewed in mainstream media. ‘At Sea’ provides an empathetic viewpoint to the issue, one which is they feel is lacking from the national conversation. The chorus “Families at seas, what a lovely place to be,” purposely exaggerates the sentiment of far too many Australians who believe that putting your family on an overcrowded boat to cross the dangerous seas is taking the easy option.

Kacee Heidt, vocalist for Flamingo explains, “Leaving your home and everything you have ever known to travel to the other side of the world in search of a life free from tyranny and devastation with nothing but your family and the clothes on your back. This is one of the hardest things a person can possibly go through and something most Australians couldn’t possibly imagine.”

Normally writing, producing and mixing their music themselves, Flamingo enlisted Steven Schram (San Cisco, Powderfinger, The Waifs, Cat Empire) who recorded, mixed and added additional production to ‘At Sea’, along with their previous single ‘Hypnotised’. Oli Kirk of Flamingo explains, “We went into that studio session with no expectations – we were going to be happy with getting one song ‘Hypnotised’ finished, but we managed to track that in the first day. Day two and Steven was like, ‘What are we recording next?’ Kacee had started sketching lyrics and melody around an issue very dear to him, asylum seekers. After hearing “Don’t tow them back, you must be mad” and “Families at seas, what a lovely place to be” we were all in and began tracking live as we wrote. As a result, ‘At Sea’ is a very honest track which we all feel conveys our opinion on the national issue of asylum seekers. We hope ‘At Sea’ provides an empathetic point of view to the current messaging which can hopefully evolve the national topic at least to a very small few.”

Flamingo have begun piecing together their national tour kicking off in their home town of Adelaide in August. Special guests will be announced very soon via the band’s Facebook page.


w Special Guests to be announced

12th August – Workers Club, Melbourne

13th August – Jive, Adelaide

20th August – Plan B, Sydney

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June 2, 2016 Posted by aden at 4:15 pm



“(FATHERDUDE) is unstoppable, and his impressive list of collaborations and features keeps on growing. Produced by Infuze, today’s “Eyes On You” features an exhilarating instrumental, reflective lyrics, and the strong pop sensibilities we’ve come to love from FATHERDUDE. With Gabe Lambirth on guitar and Jared Scot on bass, we realize that he’s greater than the limitations of electronic music and will continue breaking out with arms in full swing.”NEST HQ


Harlem-based vocalist FATHERDUDE has teamed up with fellow New York producer Infuze for “Eyes On You“, the first single off his upcoming EP ‘The Balance’, which comes out June 10th on etcetc Music. This exciting first taste from the new record features his swoon-worthy energetic vocals which perfectly pair with soaring overdriven guitar solos and the dancefloor-ready “Superfuture” sound fans have come to expect from FATHERDUDE.

Over the past yearFATHERDUDE has become a breakout artist with songs totalling over 10 million plays on SoundCloud and another 4.5 million on YouTube. He first cracked onto the scene alongside Sydney-based producer GRMM with “Electrify” which reached #2 on the Australian iTunes Electronic Charts and received high rotation on triple j.  His Australian collaborations continued with Slumberjack for the song “Body Cry” and helped their debut EP also chart at #2 on the Australian iTunes Electronic Charts. Globally, electronic tastemakers Nest HQ named FATHERDUDE in their list of 10 Singer-Songwriters shaping Electronic Music Right Now

As the lone vocalist in the HEGEMON collective, he has caught the attention of tastemakers such as SkrillexDiplo, and DJ White Shadow (Lady Gaga).  FATHERDUDE is helping lead the wave by working with some of the biggest up and coming and established names in the electronic genre such as TroyBoi, San Holo, Lido, and Benny Benassi to name a few.

Excited for what the future has in store, FATHERDUDE says, “This upcoming EP ‘The Balance’ is a testament to the great producers and musicians I work with.” The talent is real too. Grammy nominated hip-hop producer !llmind (Drake, J.Cole, Kanye West) is featured on two cuts. Brooklyn rap figurehead Joell Ortiz of Eminem-founded Shady Records makes an appearance, demonstrating FATHERDUDE’s diverse appeal and local influence, and the EP also features buzzing musician-focused dance music makers Brasstracks, future bass pioneer Infuze, and forward-thinking producer Konrad OldMoney (riff-raff, Pegboard Nerds).

Speaking about “Eyes On You”, FATHERDUDE explains, “‘Eyes On You’ is an ode to the everyday 21st century voyeurism we all experience.  To exist online is to expose oneself.  We desire to lurk but from a distance and without repercussion while knowing exactly what its discomfort feels like.”


FATHERDUDE will soon be hitting Australia for the first time including a special appearance as part of VIVID Music. Full details here!


“I’d suggest turning up the volume, put some comfy clothes on and get ready to dance to this bass driven electro dance piece.”Purple Sneakers

“prepare to get your groove on to the Harlem based artist’s swooning future funky house jam.” – I Heart Moosiq

“Now we’ve got the first cut from the record – a super funky cut called Eyes On You.”The Interns

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May 27, 2016 Posted by aden at 9:46 am

   Set Mo Comfot You Press
Sydney duo Set Mo (Nick Drabble & Stu Turner) had a massive 2015 with their breakthrough single White Dress being one of the most played songs on triple j, getting millions of plays online (including 3 million plays on Spotify alone), as well as touring the country including playing a slew of festival sets including Splendour In The Grass, Field Day, Mountain Sounds and Beyond The Valley. Set Mo were picked by Pulse Radio as one of the ‘Breakout Stars of 2015’ and White Dress was also named as one of the ‘Best Tracks of 2015’ by inthemix.
Set Mo have also garnered attention internationally, with Radio 1’s Pete Tong supporting their follow up single ‘Chasing Forever’ and ‘White Dress’ being picked up for a European release.Set Mo now present their first single of 2016, Comfort You, a collaboration with Melbourne songwriter and producer Fractures, as premiered via Complex UKComfort You is another step forward in the songwriting process for Set Mo, with moody verses contrasting with an uplifting chorus describing being there for someone in a time of need. Set Mo explain how the track came together:
“We’re constantly developing our writing process and this particular song was a first for us. In the past we’ve played vocalists backing tracks that we’d already written. On this one we met Fractures for the first time in person and then all got in the studio and started the track together, which we wrote the majority of in one day. We definitely all got along very well and appreciated each person’s taste in music. Then the next time Fractures was in Sydney we all got together and wrote the lyrics based around the concept of comforting someone and then Fractures brought them to life with a breath-taking vocal performance.”To celebrate the release of ‘Comfort You’, Set Mo are heading off on a mammoth 17 date national tour across Australia. See dates below.


‘Comfort You‘ Tour Dates:

Friday, 10th June
Old Soul, Maroochydore

Saturday, 11th June
Cafe Le Monde, Noosa Heads

Sunday, 12th June
MV Catalina Boat Party, Noosa

Saturday, 18th June
Chinese Laundry, Sydney

Saturday, 25th June
TBC Club, Brisbane

Thursday, 30th June
Cable Kidz @ Fat Controller, Adelaide

Saturday, 2nd July
Prince Saturdays, Melbourne

Thursday, 7th July
Australian Brewery, Rouse Hill

Saturday, 9th July
Argyle House, Newcastle

Sunday, 10th July
Florida Beach Bar, Terrigal

Saturday, 16th July
Deja Vu @ Grand Hotel, Wollongong

Sunday, 17th July
Our House @ Room For A Pony, Hobart

Wednesday, 20th July
SoSueMe @ Beach Rd Hotel, Bondi

Friday, 22nd July
Mr Wolf, Canberra

Friday, 29th July
Elsewhere, Gold Coast

Saturday, 30th July
Flinders Socials, Townsville

Saturday, 6th August
Geisha Bar, Perth


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May 24, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:42 pm


Taylor’s Rooftop and DANCEetc are proud to present a series of feel-good autumn nights for Vivid Music 2016. Taking place of over three weekends from May 28th to June 11th, DANCEetc kicks off their weekly offering with some exciting electronic artists performing under the starry Taylor’s Rooftop in Sydney.

Kicking off DANCEetc’s Vivid Music line up on Saturday, May 28th will be the infamous Go Freek. A DANCEetc favourite, the pair will no doubt bring their sweaty party vibes to the Taylor’s Rooftop amidst their 13-date ‘Interconnected’ Australian Tour. On Saturday, June 4th, Yolanda Be Cool will join DANCEetc for the very first time as their latest single ‘From Me To You’ sets fire to the national radio airwaves. We know the boys like to party just as much as we do, so they’re locked in and we’re ready. For the third instalment of Vivid Music at Taylor’s on Saturday, June 11th, DANCEetc is very lucky to host Harlem-based FATHERDUDE.  In Sydney to celebrate the release of his debut EP ‘The Balance’, FATHERDUDE will be an impressive closer to the three weekends of Vivid Music at DANCEetc in 2016. From his renowned vocal work for GRMM’s ‘Electrify’ and Slumberjack’s ‘Body Cry’, FATHERDUDE is somewhat of a SoundCloud superstar with over 5 million spins across his catalogue. As a solo artist he’s been performing sold out New York shows, US festivals as well as showcasing at SXSW earlier this year. We are very keen to see his big electronic jams fill our rooftop dancefloor and we insist you should come and experience it.

In addition to the amazing talent for Vivid Music, Taylor’s Rooftop will be transformed with custom LED lighting throughout the venue. Powered by Eyebyte Visuals, six LED panels will be created by animator Ego. Best known for his visuals for Paces’ national Vacation tour, as well as music videos for LDRU’s ‘Keeping Score’, Go Freek’s ‘How Long’ and What So Not’s ‘The Quack’, Ego has spent the last few years wowing audiences around Australia and across the world with his live performances and visual work and DANCEetc is very happy to have him for these special Vivid Music events.

Vivid Sydney is a 23-day festival of light, music and ideas and features many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations and a cutting-edge contemporary music program. Vivid Music presents a cutting-edge contemporary music program, backlit by the 3 billion LED lights illuminating Sydney’s foreshore. Vivid Sydney hosts a lively and eclectic range of live performances and ground-breaking musical collaborations, and DANCEetc and Taylor’s Rooftop is thrilled to present this exciting line up of local and international artists.


For guest list requests, further line up announcements and event photos, keep in the loop and follow the DANCEetc Facebook page: DANCEetc is the weekly party series brought to you by Sydney’s electronic indie label etcetc Music (, home to some of Australia’s leading electronic artists including Kilter, Paces, Set Mo and more.



Tickets for DANCEetc’s Vivid Music series can be purchased one week in advance via Ticketbooth and will guarantee access to the Rooftop during Vivid. Go to:




DANCEetc x Vivid Music at Taylor’s Rooftop

Corner of Bridge Street & Tank Stream Way, Sydney


Saturday, May 28th

Go Freek

Avon Stringer




Saturday, June 4th

Yolanda Be Cool


Avon Stringer



Saturday, June 11th


Stace Cadet

Groove Terminator


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DANCEetc February line-up

February 4, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:04 pm

It’s the last month of summer, and we aint messing around.


Coming up this month at DANCEetc…
Feb 06 – DANCEetc feat, Dom Dolla, Avon Stringer, Mo’funk & Kings
Feb 13 – DANCEetc feat., Baytek, Groove Terminator, Bitmore & Kormak
Feb 20 – DANCEetc feat Colour Castle, Terace, Acaddamy & Friendless
Feb 27 – DANCEetc feat., Indian Summer, Avon Stringer, Marks & OZ and Frenzie

Eat + Drink + DANCEetc


Set Mo in action last weekend…rain did not phase the froth

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January 12, 2016 Posted by ben at 12:06 pm




Gold Coast producer Mikey Perry, better known as Paces, kicked off 2015 in typical swag-lord style, waltzing into triple j’s Hottest 100 at number 100 with his Tkay Maidza collab, ‘Switch Lanes‘. This was quickly followed up by his hit single ‘Nothing’s Forever‘, which featured vocals from Perth artist Kučka. ‘Nothing’s Forever’ hit the top 30 of the iTunes Dance chart after being added to full rotation on triple j. Off the back of this success, Paces hit the road with a sold out tour across the country and was tapped for official remixes for Years & Years, Tinashe and Hermitude.

Now Paces is ready to go back to the future with his latest single ‘1993 (No Chill)’. ‘1993 (No Chill)’ features the vocals of UK-born, Adelaide-raised Jess Kent, whose debut release ‘Get Down’ shot up the triple j Unearthed charts in late 2015.


“I first heard Jess Kent via her track ‘Get Down’ on triple j Unearthed,” explains Paces. “I could tell right away that it was the feel good hit of the summer and that Jess and I were on a very similar musical vibe. I’d been writing some summery instrumentals, inspired by early M.I.A. tunes, which I thought would be a good fit for Jess’ sound. So I sent them over, not realising that Jess was currently being hit up by just about every musician on the internet. Luckily the timing was right and everything else just fell into place!”


To celebrate the release of ‘1993 (No Chill)’ and his upcoming debut album Vacation, Captain Paces will soon be hitting the high seas when V MoVement presents Ship to Shore album launch parties in capital cities around Australia. Tickets to these album launch parties will be extremely limited and can be purchased from Moshtix from this Friday.




Friday, February 19th – Adelaide

Saturday, February 20th – Melbourne

Friday, February 26th – Perth

Saturday, February 27th – Brisbane

Friday, March 4th – Sydney






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December 11, 2015 Posted by aden at 11:01 am


Contemporary soul man Klue, aka Gabriel Clouston, this week signs to independent record label etcetc Music and electronic agency Nuffsaid.  Equal parts producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Klue’s musical identity is a unique blend of garage, soul and Afro-beat which has brought him notable industry and media support in such a short time.

Klue’s debut ‘Way I’m Lovin You’ found its way onto Triple J earlier this year and promoted a natural flow of online support. FasterLouder said the single was one of the ‘8 Aussie Songs You Need To Hear’, while electronic behemoths Hermitude and Double J’s Lance Ferguson told everyone that Klue was one of the ‘Top Australian Artists To Watch’. Sydney’s FBi Radio also locked Klue in as ‘Independent Artist of the Week’ joining the likes of WAAX, Vallis Alps, Moonase Commander in 2015.

Strong in his vision, Klue’s sound encompasses a lot of his own skills as musician. Playing a range of woodwind instruments, percussion and drum programming, Klue’s sound is influenced by a mix of UK garage and Afro-beat musicians, while his vocal style comes from a childhood of classic soul tunes. Having toured through Australia and Africa with his band True Vibenation, Klue has developed an acute awareness of how to turn out a sure fire party vibe.

Klue’s emersion in the world music scene has been significant. Having toured through Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa, he also hosts a weekly radio show on FBi Click ‘Bare Necessitates’, an outlet for full of  world music, rare groove and electronica.

Last month saw the release of Klue’s follow-up ‘Hiding’, a perfect summertime accompaniment of uplifting beats and topical feels.  Building on Klue’s exiting hype, ‘Hiding’ hit #9 on Triple J’s Unearthed chart and as already accrued close to 100,000 spins on Spotify.

‘Hiding’ is the first single from Klue’s debut EP which is due for release in March 2015 on etcetc Music. After shows at One Day Festival and Subsonic Festival, Klue today announces his debut tour in support of Hiding, Taking him up and down the east coast of Australia, across to Adelaide & Perth for Southbound festival.



Hiding Tour

21-Nov One Day Only, Sydney NSW

5-Dec Subsonic Festival, Barrington Tops NSW

19-Dec  Yours @ Beach Road Hotel, Bondi NSW

8-Jan Cats @ Rocket, Adelaide SA

9-Jan     Southbound Festival, Busselton WA

15-Jan   Platform One, Melbourne VIC

16-Jan   DANCEetc @ Taylor’s Social, Sydney

23-Jan  Rainbow Serpent Festival, Ballarat VIC

5-Feb    Blend @ Craft, Central Coast NSW

20-Feb  Oh Hello, Brisbane QLD

26-Feb  Transit, Canberra, ACT


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