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ALTA - Mess     Electronic 06/02/2017
Melbourne two-piece, made up of producer Julius Dowson and vocalist Hannah Lesser.
‘Mess’ is a track about making bad decisions and owning them. It’s about slipping into the pull of something that’s toxic, knowing it’s not good for you, and having the strength to get yourself out.

Other tracks by ALTA:  Unbelievable  -  Plans
Dro Carey - Elevate (Feat. Cadell & Chocolate)     Electronic, Rap 07/10/2016
Dro Carey is Sydney-based producer and DJ Eugene Ward.
An unexpected but highly welcome offering, ‘Elevate’ speeds by awfully quickly, begging for an immediate reload. The track cements Dro's status as a restless and fascinating producer whose next move - as always - remains impossible to pigeonhole.

MUSIC DIRECTOR PICK: Stephen Goodhew, FBi Radio, Sydney (NSW)

Dro Carey - Signal Mash     Electronic 12/07/2016
Dro Carey is the primary musical project and production alias of Sydney DJ and composer Eugene Ward.
‘Signal Mash’ brings a fresh brightness to a dynamic, sinister, restrained EP. ‘Signal Mash’ is a binder of sorts, bridging the sonic space between the darkness within ‘Grow Lithe’ and ‘Hidden Halls’ and the sparkling pop moments of ‘Queensberry Rules’.

Other tracks by Dro Carey:  Queensberry Rules (Feat. KUCKA)  -  Grow Lithe
Roland Tings - Hedonist (EP Version)     Electronic 20/10/2015
Melbourne electronic pioneer Roland Tings continues to solidify himself alongside a tight community of innovative Australian producers enjoying global recognition.
Roland Tings returns with an eight-minute dancefloor bomb, the blissful yet rugged ‘Hedonist’. The song was inspired by a hallucinatory experience Roland had after running out of water on a hot summer bushwalk in Alpine Victoria while collecting natural sounds for recording.