When one thinks of European dance music, usually the likes of Swedish House Mafia and David Guetta come to mind, not ’90s Europop groups singing about a bus named after their own band. How times have changed!
Indie music seems to be everywhere these days. It used to be obscure music only hipsters listened to, but now it’s crept into the mainstream in a big way (which kinda contradicts how it’s supposed to be independent, or “indie”).
Halloween is just around the corner and The Valley fiesta is coming to an end… but how does one celebrate both events at the same time??? Get to Birdees and find out as Num Numb Sundays is about to get ghoulish for the tremendously scary week of Halloween.
Aussie ravers will be pretty stoked with the news of the awesome lineup for the 2013 Future Music Festival that’s just been announced. With artists who created some of the world’s most intense yet dancable music, you know you can more than get your groove on while feeling fucking pumped!
If you don’t make it to the SECS Ball never fear, the real party is the afterparty with Kid Kenobi and Surecut Kids laying down the beats at Oh Hello Friday, October 19, 2012. The SECS ball is famous for it’s infamy, so you can imagine what goes on at the afterparty…
The sun is starting to shine, Summer is round the corner which means it’s Festival Time!!! So what does this mean other then awesome music… it means mud bathing, stage-diving, cake throwing & shirtless shenanigans are here. To kick things off, get to the GPO Republic and start the celebration.
Halloween parties are one of those costume parties that end up being sexier then some of the others. For one night (Friday, October 19, 2012) The Met Nightclub will be haunted with clubbers dressed in their sexiest and scariest Halloween outfits. It’s going to be a “hell” of a night.
One of the most in demand artists in the Australian dance music scene, the Aston Shuffle’s meteoric rise to fame over the last 18 months has turned a lot of heads with their debut album release, Seventeen Past Midnight, featuring the singles Your Love, Start Again and Won’t Get Lost.