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LISTEN: Kirkis – ‘Hypno’

Melbourne’s Matthew Kirkis once described playing live as “trying to do a handstand on a giant dragon all the way to Disneyland,” and that’s certainly what it sounds like. Anytime you sit down to listen... The post LISTEN: Kirkis – ‘Hypno’ appeared first on Who The Hell.

Lapalux – Closure (Gravez Remix)

HW&W artist Gravez gives Lapalux’s latest track “Closure” from his upcoming album Lustmore an impressive heavy remix having samples from Flume’s “Left Alone” Ta-ku remix & Kendrick Lamar’s “Drinking Pools”, stream below.

Nas – I Can (Alex Killing Time Edit)

Alex 1/2 of local group Killing Time gives the 2003 Nas single “I Can” a groovy house edit having samples from Aquarian Dream’s “Yesterday (Was So Nice Today)” from their 1978 album Fantasy, stream or download below.

Four Color Zack “The Meh, The Myth, The Legend”

FCZ demolishes the EPK game with a hilarious new animated clip featuring testimonials from A-Trak, Flosstradamus and more intercut with his personal DJ history lessons and a paternity test courtesy Mannie Fresh. Seriously, must be seen to be believed… then go cop his new Slap It Down EP with DJ Scene.

Ain’t No Love – Plummet (Video)

Recent Warner Music signee Toronto group Ain’t No Love just released a very interesting piece of content – a 10 minute short film which has a score built from pieces of all 6 tracks on their new EP. It’s nice to see artists getting more and more creative with their releases, so Ain’t No Love, […]

Horsepowar – SUP BOY

Vancouver rap artista Horsepowar releases a new track since her last project Horseplay, she raps over Sheek Louche’s 2008 track “Good Love” instrumental, great flow can’t wait to hear more. Stream or download below.


Property of Gotta Dance Dirty There is no question that UK diva Jess Glynne has one of the best voices in dance music right now – the powerful vocalist behind Clean Bandit has championed the charts with hits “Rather Be”, “My Love” w/ Route 94, and her own solo single “Right Here”. Show More Summary

LISTEN: Nathan Roche – ‘In Dresden They’ve Been Dressing in Black Again’

Itinerant, conman and genuine good bloke, Nathan Roche is one of the most prolific artists in the Australian underground right now – and he’s certainly the most flippant. He’s a self-published novelist, frontman of the... The post LISTEN: Nathan Roche – ‘In Dresden They’ve Been Dressing in Black Again’ appeared first on Who The Hell.

PREMIERE: Olympia – ‘Honey’ video

Olympia’s new track was inspired by photos of ‘red honey’ – the result of one Utah beekeeper’s idea to feed his bees cheap Candy Canes  instead of planting some flora like any other sensible beekeeper... The post PREMIERE: Olympia – ‘Honey’ video appeared first on Who The Hell.

FEATURE: Sugar Mountain Festival 2015

Photography by Bec Capp   There are certain things that should be left unsaid in order to avoid conflict. At this year’s Sugar Mountain festival, Nas bulldozed through that rule with charming American gusto: “Man,... The post FEATURE: Sugar Mountain Festival 2015 appeared first on Who The Hell.

Who the Hell’s Guide to Sugar Mountain

Sugar Mountain comes to us revamped this year, after a 12-month hiatus. It has a new location at the VCA Southbank campus, where the extra space has allowed for a bigger line up than ever... The post Who the Hell’s Guide to Sugar Mountain appeared first on Who The Hell.

INTRODUCING: Dictaphone Blues

Dictaphone Blues is the bedroom project turned full band project of Edward Castellow, Auckland’s favourite southern adoptee. A new release is a reason to get excited, as Ed has managed to put out some of... The post INTRODUCING: Dictaphone Blues appeared first on Who The Hell.

WATCH: Charging Stallion – ‘Eddie McGuire’

Everybody loves a good local hero. Austria’s got Arnie Schwarznegger, Canada have Nickelback, and even bloody Belgium can hold up Gotye as their own. However, that’s not to say that Australia is lacking in the... The post WATCH: Charging Stallion – ‘Eddie McGuire’ appeared first on Who The Hell.

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