Paces - On My Mind

Kill Frenzy – TAYLR SWFT

November 27, 2014 Posted by admin at 2:18 pm

He’s ridden us raw with his naked piano, made our booties clap so hard we’ve needed medical care, shown us his titsss and he’s even taken us to the mo… Wherever that is. Now Belgian wunderkind Kill Frenzy is about to flip the biggest switch of his career and whisk us away on his most exciting, most extensive dirtybird adventure yet: His long-awaited debut album Taylr Swft.

Famed for his ability to carve carnal drama from one smouldering 808 sermon and a sleazy panty-dropping vocal loop, here we find Sebastian Vanschoonbeek developing his uncompromising, ghetto-bound repertoire with serious maturity, depth and class. Building on his well-established bass-laced bedrock, each of these cuts flex with dynamics that will find favour with all house and techno connoisseurs and do so with complete consistency as a whole body of work… hell, they work so well dirtybird bossman VonStroke is almost reluctant to release them.

“I’m almost sad to start sharing the new Kill Frenzy album with everyone else because it has been my secret weapon all summer.  At one point I was playing seven tracks from the album in the same set, it was almost embarrassing. I’m very fickle about choosing what I play and this album is amazing.”

Proof of Kill Frenzy’s next-levelism is evident in every single direction; the cavernous thundering march of “All Night Long”, the bouncy techno fluctuations of “Inflation”, the sultry deep house dish “XXX”, the sheer tech tenacity and roof-burning electro-fication of “Lava”, the delicate jazz keys and purring sub bass of “So Fine”… The list goes on.

Press play, then press it again for good measure: debut albums often dangerously dice with displays of inconsistent dexterity, but with Taylr Swft Kill Frenzy has carefully created a collection that completely makes sense of his past work while staring guilefully into an exciting future. A bona fide dirtybird document that confirms Kill Frenzy’s position as one of electronic music’s boldest creators, Taylr Swft is everything you could possibly want from a modern day album: dancefloor gold, depth, range and an unswerving narrative. Get to know.

Kill Frenzy’s debut album TAYLR SWFT is available now on iTunes

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Set Mo – Tiptoe (Remixes)

November 27, 2014 Posted by admin at 2:12 pm

Resident DJs for Defected – In The House Sydney, Set Mo are unquestionable house music lover and makers.

This week we have Tiptoe, the lead single from their latest EP The Crush, receiving a refreshing makeover with top shelf remixes by Ben Gomori, Tim Fuchs & Jagwoh and lastly Sweetland. Drink it all in.

Tiptoe Remixes are out now on iTunes and Beatport

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November 21, 2014 Posted by admin at 3:40 pm

#JDFutureLegends + EMC Play present


etcetc are bringing the party on 3rd Dec as party of a huge two nights with Jack Daniel’s at EMC Play 2014. showcasing talent from no less than 7 of Australia’s freshest labels and crews – Sweat It Out, etcetc, Pilerats, October Records, Die High, Purple Sneakers and Halfway Crooks – at Sydney’s legendary World Bar. As well as the after dark manoeuvres, look out some (inter)stellar creative collabs between artists for your looking and listening pleasure.

Featured DJs and live acts include Yolanda Be Cool, Cassian, Crooked Colours, Indian Summer, Sable, Ribongia, Kilter, Slumberjack, Amateur Dance, Young Franco, Leaderboy, the Purple Sneakers and Halfway Crooks DJs, and some very special secret guests.

Tickets and full lineups at

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Paces & Set Mo Part of EMC Play’s 10 Next Big Things

November 20, 2014 Posted by admin at 12:30 pm


At last year’s EMC Inthemix introduced the very first Spotlight showcase, issuing an open invitation to dance music producers around the country to submit their best work, in the hope of being picked to play a showcase in front of an audience of A&Rs, talent bookers and media. One thing quickly became clear: there’s a lot of talent out there. From over 250 applications, inthemix whittled down six acts to perform at EMC 2014; since then, all the 2013 alumni have gone onto bigger and better things and some – like KLP and SAFIA – have gone huge.

This year, Inthemix brought in EMC Play’s Head of Programming Dan Zilber (former Music Director at FBi Radio) to scour the country and find ten rising Showcase stars – the acts they’re tipping for huge things in 2015. Some will be names you’ll recognise from club bills around the country, others you might be hearing for the first time; but on 3 and 4 December you’ll get to see them perform in person, as part of the stacked line-up of EMC Play, which sees 20 of the country’s biggest labels, agencies and media brands get together to throw two nights of parties in Kings Cross.

etcetc’s very own Paces and Set Mo are amongst the list of Aussie artists that have had a strong year, and are expected to blow up in 2015. With the recent release of his ‘On My Mind’ EP, it is no surprise that Paces was given the call up to be showcased at this years EMC Play. Off the back of a successful EP featuring the ‘Tiptoe’ single, and touring Europe for the Amsterdamn Dance Event (ADE), Set Mo are also bringing their house heavy dj sets to the EMC showcase. Watch out as these two hot acts tear up Kings Cross at the EMC Play event.

One lucky artist performing at EMC Play will even walk away as the JD Future Legend. The EMC programming committee will be keeping a close eye on every artist playing, and giving a $5K award – based on creative merit and artistic merit – to one producer to put towards international travel to an overseas music industry event. Always wanted to visit ADE or SXSW? Now’s your chance. Get acquainted with the future stars of Australian dance music.


Mikey Perry has been dropping bass bombs as half of Surecut Kids since 2010, but it’s his tropical side project that has really connected with people over the last twelve months. As Paces, the Gold Coast producer finds his signature in throwing sunny synths over bouncy percussion; experimenting with Jersey club and footwork rhythms but never letting things get too serious. Having remixed Safia and collaborated with Tkay Maidza, Paces is keeping good company within Australian electronic music – and is sure to keep rising.



Set Mo

House music in its more subtle, deeper form isn’t as visible in Australia as it is in the UK, but Sydneysiders Set Mo might be the ones to change that. After spending a long time tuning their craft at home and releasing a full-formed EP, the duo jetted off around the world to find inspiration and play in the clubs that their music was born in. The resulting tunes should see Set Mo step above the bar they’ve set for themselves and bring more house gold to Australian ears.

Via InTheMix


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Flamingo Inks Deals with Select Music & etcetc

November 19, 2014 Posted by admin at 2:52 pm

It’s been an exceptional year for Adelaide trio Flamingo. If they weren’t busy on sold out tours with The Kite String Tangle or making festival appearances at Splendour in The Grass and Groovin’ The Moo, they were supporting the likes of Bonobo, Classixx, Rüfüs and Kilter and somehow still managing to produce a masterful debut EP and some stellar singles along the way.

With so much activity it was hard not to catch the eye (and ear) of Select Music star Casey O’Shaughnessy who had them pinned early as an act to watch. Flamingo now join the likes of RÜFÜS, The Preatures and Miami Horror through Select Music. Casey O’Shaughnessy says “Flamingo are one of the most exciting acts we have come across this year & we couldn’t be more pleased to represent their live bookings!”

We’re joining the team too! As the home of Kilter, Luke Million and Paces, Flamingo who will bring their new 2 track EP to life through etcetc November 21.

“Drip Away” is the first taste of Flamingo’s upcoming sophomore EP, and solidifies their status as an act to watch. Typically well-produced, it’s a smooth, upbeat track perfectly suited to the coming Australian summer.” – Indie Shuffle

Big dog Aden Mullens says “I’m super stoked to be adding Flamingo to our amazing roster of fresh Australian artists. Flamingo are a talented trio of songwriters and musicians who’ve crafted a signature sound that’s gorgeous to the ears and warm for the soul.” In light of their new agency, label and EP release, Flamingo will be hitting the road to round out the year spreading the good word at Electronic Music Conference (Sydney), Marmalade Skies and Lost Paradise Festival. Listen to ‘Drip Away’ below!

Full run of dates to be announced shortly.


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November 11, 2014 Posted by admin at 11:24 am

Mikey Perry, aka Paces, has had an absolutely stellar year. After being named as an artist “Set to own 2014” by inthemix, this is exactly what has unfolded. With two massive Australian and New Zealand tours in support of singles ‘Julian’ and ‘Can’t Touch Me’. His busy touring schedule culminated in a performance on the main stage at Splendour In The Grass. As a testament to all the hard work Mikey has put in this year, he recently signed a record deal with fast rising Australian dance label etcetc <--- that's us!

'On My Mind' is the title single taken off his latest EP, of the same name, which is Paces' first release with us. It features vocals from UK band YOUTH and continues with Paces unique sound. Check out the full EP here.

Catch ya boi Pacey-Pace this November and December as he tours his energetic live show around Australia. Dank times guaranteed!


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Attaque – ON LY OU

November 4, 2014 Posted by admin at 12:44 pm

What do you do when it looks like you’re finally realising your life’s dream of making it in techno; when you’re at long last turning up on the playlists of the scene’s biggest DJs and being whisked to all corners of the globe to play to packed-out, rapturous dancefloors?
For Colchester based electronic producer and multi-instrumentalist Dominic Gentry aka Attaque it was the moment to hang up the headphones and make a beautiful electronica record with breathtaking songs, ethereal textures, intelligent melodies and not a single club track in sight. That record is ON LY OU – out now on etcetc.

ON LY OU is a remarkable debut that marries Attaque’s mastery of forward-thinking electronica, shoegaze and heartfelt pop. The record seamlessly glides from the euphoric to the more intimate and emotive.

A born musician and electronic music devotee since his early teens, it was in late 2011 when Gentry conceived the Attaque moniker. Radio 1 and Mixmag heaped praise on his early techno releases as he appeared on some of Europe’s coolest electronic labels: Kitsune, Turbo, Boys Noize and Bad Life, a revered Boiler Room DJ set followed soon after. It was a couple of months later after Attaque had just played his first show in Japan when he came home to the UK and realised he no longer felt inspired to make 4/4 music for 5 am dark, sweaty raves. He called time on touring and locked himself away for a full year to craft his debut artist offering.

For ON LY OU, Gentry has amassed contributions from some outstanding young vocalists, with the album featuring Adam Pleas (Qtier – London), Yannick Meyer (Native Young, Cape Town) and Daniel Hunter (Analog Rebellion – Aledo, Texas).
Attaque’s live show has made the transition from studio to the live sphere, having played London’s Koko earlier this month, he will announce more shows shortly.

1. Distant
2. Change Your Mind
3. Only You
4. Future Earth
5. Isolation
6. Let It Down
7. You Can’t Surrender If You’re Already Dead
8. I Give It Away
9. War Path
10. No Going Back

ON LY OU is an album full of ambition and promise through which Attaque succeeds in justifying his status amongst the brightest names in the electronic scene.

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Paces Signs 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 latest EP ‘On My Mind’ – out now.

Paces, aka Mikey Perry, has had a breakthrough 12 months releasing two EPs featuring Chela (Kitsuné/Miami Horror fame) and soulstress Erin Marshall, as well as remixing the likes of SAFIA, Kilter and Sietta. Paces has also been heard delivering live mixes across the airwaves for FBi Radio, George FM and Triple J’s Friday Live Mix, and was also named Triple J’s Unearthed Artist of the Week for his single ‘Can’t Touch Me’ featuring Madeline Vida. Having been named one of inthemix’s ‘Artists To Own 2014’, Paces delivered at Splendour in the Grass where he was joined on stage by special guests Tkay Maidza, Madeline Vida and Erin Marshall.

Download Paces ‘On My Mind’ EP here.

In line with the new EP, Paces has also released an exclusive range of Dorito-flavoured long sleeve tees. Sun and skate safe summer wear for the dudes and dudettes. Check it out here.

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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 to give ‘They Say’ a whole new dimension.

Kilter is currently on the road touring all around Australia for Listen Out, following his debut EP release, ‘Shades’, which shot straight to #13 on the iTunes album chart and #2 on the Electronic chart.

The original of ‘They Say’ has been on high rotation on Triple J and follows Kilter’s remix of Ben Pearce’s ‘What I Might Do’, which alongside remixes for Duke Dumont and London Grammar, puts Kilter well and truly on the radar internationally.

Since her Unearthing through Triple J, Adelaide rapper Tkay Maidza has had a snowballing run on air with ‘Brontosaurus’, ‘Handle My Ego’ and ‘Arm Up’. Recently signing to Dew Process, Tkay most recent single ‘U-Huh’ has media starting conversations about being Australia’s Next Big Thing. In testament to the rhetoric, Tkay’s performance on ‘They Say’ completely elevates the already euphoric energy of the original.

Listen below and download it here.

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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 exploring the emotive connection of light, sound and beyond, juiced up with live bass, soaring synths and a guitar lick Nile Rodgers would be happy to call his own.

In collaboration with Entropico (Touch Sensitive, Beni, Nicky Night Time) and illustrator Laura Ives, the video for ‘Light & Sound’ features a beautiful watercolour fox traversing a landscape, embarking on a wistful journey of colour, sound and transmutation.

Check out the video below and download the ‘Light & Sound EP’ here.

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