2019 Meredith Music Festival lineup has dropped, featuring Crown Ruler locals Karate Boogaloo and Rambl. Alongside the home team are our friends from across the seas, LA electro legend Egyptian Lover and South-East London jazz collective Steam Down.
To celebrate her triumphant return home after an extensive tour of Europe, both solo and with the 30/70 Collective, Allysha will stage four unique events over Thursdays in August, featuring emerging artists from around the country operating within the jazz, soul, and spoken word forms.
Melbourne luminary DJ JNETT is excited to present WILDLIFE every Saturday night at The Toff In Town - a melodic wilderness, exploring a deep range of sonics, unexpected sounds & expressive rhythms directed by the shining light of the dance music community.
Instrumental soul quartet KB will release the follow up to 2018's cult classic 'KB's Mixtape No. 1' in late 2019. The LP will feature Karate Boogaloo's off-kilter, cinematic deep funk take on popular music recorded in the 80s and will be released on Brunswick's finest Hopestreet Recordings
The time has nearly come for Mandarin Dreams to take the first family trip outside 'Australia'! But before they do so, they're bestowing another mixtape on us full of treats from the crew. Launching at Howler on July 19 featuring Alien, Clever Austin, Horatio Luna, Lori, Dufresne, Ikey and Kuzich.
Mandarin Dreams are proud to present Fruit Soup, the latest release by Melbourne based artist Kuzich, featuring an array of Mandarin Dreams family members including Lori, Dufresne, Ikey, Alien and cult figure Goldman.
Anchored by our shared love for innovative & soulful dance music and the huge importance of community, Crown Ruler has merged with luminary European booking agency Sounds Familiar, taking on the revered crew’s entire roster for bookings in “Australia” & Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Tokyo-born violinist, composer and bandleader Elle Shimada takes her collective of Melbourne heads to Japan in July/August for a run of shows. Fusing Tokyo’s futuristic underground sound with influences from London and Detroit House, Shimada’s live sets are a kinetic succession of abstractions.