Tag: Melbourne

Premiere: Lou Karsh – Reacher [R.A.N.D. Muzik Recordings]

R.A.N.D. Muzik Recordings is back with their yearly 24.12 record. The latest release features Lou Karsh, newcomer Tim Schlockermann, Reptant (the lizard wizard) and a very special reissue of the CRC track ‘Influence Device 001’ which originally appeared on Zyntax Motorcity 02. “RM241218” is available now as a VINYL ONLY* on R.A.N.D. Muzik Recordings, VINYL ONLY ORDER AVAILABLE NOW.*Please do not buy the digital release, since these are only snippets. Artist Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/premiere-lou-karsh-reacher” comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]

Point Blank Music School Podcast By Tiff Cornish

Tiff Cornish began her DJ career back in 2013 which has since taken her to some of Melbourne’s biggest and best club venues and parties. Refusing to stick to a single genre, Tiff has been praised for her ability to light up the dance floor with energetic enthusiasm behind the decks with career highlights coming as an opportunity to DJ at 2016’s Beyond the Valley & several live sets on Bondi Radio both in 2017 & 2018. Recently, Tiff has made the decision to study at Point Blank, located in London, formulating her own sound of music and style. With ... Read more

Sunday Viewing: A Trip Through 1997s Melbourne Rave Underground

Submitted for your Sunday Viewing pleasure comes 1998’s, ‘Neurodancer,’ a short documentary that takes a look at rave culture that exploded in Australia, specifically in Melbourne, over the 1990s. This quite comprehensive and well rounded documentary follows many figures of the day, from artists to administrators, and covers raves both big and small.  With a throbbing soundtrack made up of Hardware Records and Sonic Animation, this 30 minute glimpse into Australia’s raving past veers through the docks of Melbourne and into its dingy warehouses where lights, dancers, DJs, and decorations provided (most of) the stimulation to make it an all ... Read more

New Interactive Rare Synth Museum To Open In Melbourne

A Melbourne not-for profit organization, Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (MEES), will soon open, providing one-on-one experience with a slew of vintage synthesizers, which is being described as an interactive synth museum. Conceived and operated by artists Robin Fox (perhaps best known for  laser-orientated A/V) and Byron J Scullin (a prominent mixing and mastering technician) out of their North Melbourne studio, the duo claims they have “one of the most unique, eclectic and historically significant collections of electronic instruments in the world,” with a slew of vintage and rare Roland, Korg, EMS, Moog, Yamaha as well as super rare pieces like the Transaudio LaTrobe (3 were made, 2 reside ... Read more