Tag: Get Weird

Free Download: C.Vogt & Patrick Jeremic - Fatima Morgana (Original Mix)

With a cinematic style that seamlessly blend classical music, early 2000s progressive and deep house, C.Vogt mixes the old and new, breaking down the challenges of what contemporary dance music can sound like. In a short period of time, he has released a slew of high-profile releases on Visionquest​, All Day I Dream​, Get Physical​, Rebirth​, Get Weird​ and has gone from local to global prospect, while frequently collaborating with Butch and counting Pete Tong​, Lee Burridge​, Kölsch​ and Sasha​ as his supporters. C.Vogt is regarded as one of the most intriguing new German talents on the scene and is ... Read more

Premiere: Lee Burridge & Lost Desert - Hindamu (Original Mix)

The always on point duo of Lee Burridge and Lost Desert come together once again following the success of their ‘Absenth Without Thoughts’ from All Day I Dream’s ‘Summer Sampler’. This time they bring their work to Get Weird, which has already received support from the likes of Andre Lodemann, Yotto, Raw District, Audiofly, Matthias Meyer, Jonas Rathsman, Kolsch, Adam Port, Eagles & Butterflies, Hernan Cattaneo & more. See also: All Day I Dream Podcast By Lost Desert Off teh three track salvo, we’re exclusively premiering ‘Hindamu,’ a track that’s known to cause the mouth to contort when mouthing out ... Read more

Australians Say Goodbye To Beloved KFC With Deep Fried Farewell Rave

“The shittiest KFC in the Perth metropolitan area,” shut down last Friday night and in celebration staged a celebratory send off rave in the restaurants parking lot. Thrown by local crew Get Weird, who stated a Facebook event with the sad but true statement that, “Eventually every independently operated fried chicken franchise must come to an end and, sadly, the North Perth KFC is no exception.” Naturally, the news went viral (as it should) and over 1000 people RSVP’d (the “venue” was only capable of holding around 40) originally forcing the rave to be cancelled but, as heroes do, the ... Read more

Interview: Lee Burridge

Thanks in no small part to his Tyrant residency alongside Craig Richards, Lee Burridge has situated himself as a truly International DJ and one of the happiest guys in the game. Having honed his skills in Hong Kong and Thailand through the early 90’s, it wasn’t until Burridge returned to England when he would establish himself as a truly first-class DJ. Garnering special attention with his unexpected mix of house and breakbeats, two often juxtaposing styles of dance music that he would carefully balance during his sets, Lee’s eclectic and diverse range of styles has now seen him play on ... Read more