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I. JORDAN celebrates gender euphoria with two new singles

I. JORDAN celebrates gender euphoria with two new singles

I. JORDAN releases new double single Always Been / First Time Back, marking their first solo music since the release of their critically acclaimed 2021 EP Watch Out! Tried and tested on the road since clubs and festivals re-opened in 2021, both tracks have become staples of Jordan’s DJ sets this last year and have […]

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RTRFM’s Fremantle Winter Music Festival set times released

RTRFM’s Fremantle Winter Music Festival set times released

RTRFM’s Freemantle Winter Music Festival is one of the best local music events of the year, and it’s on this Saturday 25 June. The Fremantle Winter Music Festival features 27 acts across five stages at Port Beach Brewery, the Swan Lounge and the Swan Basement, and Mojos, doors open at 7pm and it’s worth getting […]

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Icona Pop team up with Ultra Naté to bring new life to a queer classic

Icona Pop team up with Ultra Naté to bring new life to a queer classic

Ultra Naté created one of the all time greatest Pride dance tunes with Free, now the club classic has been given anew lease of life in a new collaboration with Icona Pop. Icona Pop have shared that they used play Ultra Naté ‘s tune back when they DJs in Stockholm, way before they formed their band. “It is […]

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Bananarama share new single ‘Masquerade’ – take a look at the video

Bananarama share new single ‘Masquerade’ – take a look at the video

Bananarama have shared the title track from their upcoming 12th album Masquerade, and it’s got a stylish video too. The video kicks off with Keren and Sara donning conservative dresses and wide brim hats, looking slightly Picnic at Hanging Rock, but they soon discard them for more colourful garb. Sara Dallin said Masquerade is a song that began it’s […]

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UK asked to host Eurovision 2023 in place of war-torn Ukraine

UK asked to host Eurovision 2023 in place of war-torn Ukraine

The organisers of the Eurovision Song Contest have asked the United Kingdom to host the 2023 edition of the competition after they determined that it would not be possible to hold the event in Ukraine. The decision has angered Ukraine who were hopeful of hosting the event after the band Kalush Orchestra won the event […]

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Perfume Genius releases new film and music ‘Ugly Season’

Perfume Genius releases new film and music ‘Ugly Season’

Perfume Genius has released his new album Ugly Season. To coincide with the release of the album ,Perfume Genius (Mike Hadreas ) teamed with renowned visual artist Jacolby Satterwhite for a 30 minute film featuring Hadreas and the music of Ugly Season. Entitled Pygmalion’s Ugly Season, the film – both stunning and surreal – is […]

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Perth band Unicorn announce their second single ‘Cats’

Perth band Unicorn announce their second single ‘Cats’

Unicorn, a moody alt-rock-pop outfit, formed in late 2020 when Jenna Hardie, Doug May, Jessica Harris and Ella Munro joined forces to create what they describe as a  “magical beast of musical intent”. The band takes inspiration from artists such as PJ Harvey, Dresden Dolls, Veruca Salt and Silverchair, delving into sounds reminiscent of the […]

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Kadhja Bonet releases Kate Bush-inspired single ‘JGS’

Kadhja Bonet releases Kate Bush-inspired single ‘JGS’

LA-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Kadhja Bonet releases hypnotic, Kate Bush-esque new single JGS (Just Getting Started) on Ninja Tune. It’s another highly personal release for the supremely talented vocalist who, when discussing the single, says that “my inspiration for JGS was my post partum depression. I often write what I need to hear and not […]

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Röyksopp drop two new singles from ‘Profound Mysteries’ project

Röyksopp drop two new singles from ‘Profound Mysteries’ project

Electronic pop trailblazers, Röyksopp, announce the second part to their expansive Profound Mysteries project, Profound Mysteries II, which will be available on August 19. Yesterday Röyksopp delighted fans with the surprise release of new track Sorry featuring Jamie Irrepressible, and, hot on its heels comes Unity featuring Karen Harding. “Truly honoured to be working with […]

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David Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ album celebrates its 50th birthday

David Bowie’s ‘Ziggy Stardust’ album celebrates its 50th birthday

Fifty years ago today musician David Bowie released one of his most acclaimed albums The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars.  The concept album that was released in 1972 would see Bowie take of the persona of Ziggy Stardust for most of the following year. Ziggy Stardust was described as androgynous […]

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