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Jamie Lloyd shares exclusive new DJ mix

Sydney’s warehouse party scene will be familiar with Jamie Lloyd who emerged in 2006 with his debut Trouble Within and then 2009’s Beware of The Light through Future Classic. Positive international attention was quickly followed by a remix EP featuring Matthew Herbert, and regular DJ sets whilst studying Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture. Lloyd’s sound simmers...

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Jamie Lloyd shares exclusive new DJ mix

FFF Hot Tape 005 – Cardopusher

For our fifth Hot Tape we invited one of our favorite, most consistent producers to take over the helm – Venezuelan-bred and Barcelona-based producer and DJ Cardopusher. An artist with some significant contributions to the electronic music landscape over the last 5 years, Cardopusher has been consistent to pumping out quality tunes across a range...

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FFF Hot Tape 004 – Baron Oneway

Our most high octane Hot Tape to date: it’s number four with a bullet from one of  Australia’s most reliable floor igniters, the esteemed Baron Oneway. Many followers of FFF Radio will already be familiar with Baron’s tight mixing and unbeatable diverse selection. For the rest of you: Baron One Way is one half of...

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FFF Hot Tape 003 – Monkey Marc

Stepping up to deliver the third installment of our FFF Hot Tape series, we have a very sticky blend of beats, bass and dub from Melbourne’s Monkey Marc. Best known for his work as the brain behind activist hip-hop powerhouse Combat Wombat, and productions for rappers such as Roots Manuva and Soom T, he is...

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FFF Hot Tape 002 – Aoi

For the second installment in our FFF Hot Tape series, we’re honored to have the one and only AOI step up to the plate. The man has featured on our site many times, and given his output, it’s no surprise to see him back here. Regularly heralded as one of Australia’s wildest and most prolific...

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FFF Hot Tape 001 – Pacheko

This month, FFF Radio is excited to launch a fortnightly ‘FFF Hot Tape‘ mix series whereby we invite one of our favourite artists to step up to the plate and lay down a mix of music from their crates, collections and hearts. Sometimes you’ll get a sneak preview into new and emerging talent, bold statements...

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Salva: Underground Constructions

Salva’s been making beats as long as he’s been tying his shoelaces, and his tracks have been making little fires throughout the club sphere since at least 2008. But 2012 was owned by the man, helped in no small part by the huge success of his remix of Kanye West’s Mercy, with fellow beat head...

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Brenmar: Divas, Dancefloors & Diamonds

Brenmar is a name running a storm through the dance underground. While his addictive Rn’B remixes have been hot for a minute now, 2012 was undoubtedly Brenmar’s own year. His new slew of dancefloor-focused productions, and relentless tour schedule have made him a must-see in many a dedicated raver’s summer handbook. FFF pinned down Brenmar...

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Brenmar: Divas, Dancefloors & Diamonds

Nick Hook: Open 24 Hours

On the eve of the massive Sonar 2012 festival in Barcelona, Suckafish P Jones caught up with synth-wizard, studio guru and all round nice guy Nick Hook. Beginning his serious musical journey as the Keyboard player for Warner Brothers signed Men, Women and Children, Nick rapidly began to make waves in New York’s electronic underground,...

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Mark Pritchard: Reloading The Future

Mark Pritchard has released music under a multitude of aliases. From Reload to Global Communication, Jedi Knights and more recently Harmonic 313, his monikers chart the history of electronic dance music. His most recent project is Africa Hitech: a collaboration with Steve Spacek that has output the 2010 EP HiTecherous, and now the breakout success...

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Mark Pritchard: Reloading The Future

Rustie’s Top Five Oz Tour Tracks

Glasgow’s wonder kid Rustie has his sights set on Australia. In March the producer – who had a rather stellar 2011 due to his celebrated album Glass Swords – will be heading down under to destroy crowds and melt minds with his own unique take on the all-encompassing future bass sound. If you want a...

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Rustie’s Top Five Oz Tour Tracks

ZZK: How to Make it in South America

Our guide to the nightlife of Buenos Aires – by BlackBook editor and Dengue Dancing DJ Whitney Weiss – reveals one of South America’s most unique record labels, ZZK. Read on to find out how to make it as an indy label in South America and grab the free download of the Frikstailers Remix of Fauna’s classic track...

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Dro Carey: Artesian rising

I heard about Dro Carey a week or so before this post via local Sydney DJ Nicky Damage and instantly wanted to know more. A trip to Dro Carey’s Tumblr and Vimeo sites soon became an epic audio visual journey through this prolific artists catalogue of original music. I quickly realised big things were happening...

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Lunice: Future Beats B-boy on Blast

Lunice is a natural born entertainer who has the drive, sound, and dexterity to make us move. He was able to get a firm grip of the beats scene across Canada and the United States and has since launched into Europe’s future beats scenes. This young producer has put out remixes out on prominent labels...

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The Gaslamp Killer: Mystery Music Man

The Gaslamp Killer, defies classification. Born William Benjamin Bensussen, he earned his moniker after his wild destroying sets in the Gaslamp districts of San Diego. He lets us in on the mysterious dynamics of his partnership with Gonjasufi, how he’ll never make music without live instrumentation, the new artists coming out of LA and how...

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The Gaslamp Killer: Mystery Music Man

Notting Hill Carnival 2011 RBMA Stage Live Web Stream

For the yearly Notting Hill Carnival bash with the mighty Major Lazer Soundsystem all tickets were gone within a matter of seconds, and the day was suitably epic. By the time Major Lazer hit the stage, the yard underneath the Westway had already seen a wealth of memorable performances. The print on the back of...

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Notting Hill Carnival 2011 RBMA Stage Live Web Stream

Jonti: living in his own world

Multi-instrumentalist Jonti began assembling music after his departure from South Africa to Australia. Since settling down in Sydney, Jonti has recorded with luminaries Mark Ronson, Santigold, Sean Lennon and producer John Agnello (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr., Kurt Vile). Whilst Jonti describes his own music as simple, his new label head Peanut Butter Wolf sees it as...

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Jonti: living in his own world

Paul White: Rapping With Paul White

Paul White | Rapping With Paul White | One Handed Music | I’ll be up front with you, I have all of Paul White’s digital releases, mixtapes, some of his limited edition 7” vinyls and purport he can easily be viewed as England’s answer to Madlib. Those of you also in the know probably found...

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Paul White: Rapping With Paul White

Frijsfo Beats Volume 3: Various Artists

Frijsfo Beats have a tasty piece of the 2012 cake on their plate, with the imminent release of volume three in their series of vinyl EP compilations. Tuned in to the various new mutations of garage, this latest release joins label stalwart Geiom with three newer artists; Cardopusher, Desto and Submerse, all of whom have...

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Frijsfo Beats Volume 3: Various Artists

Alex Smoke: Choral Singing & Clubbing

Alex Smoke’s music may reside on the dancefloor along with his renowned live sets, but it also resonates so much further than this. With a production style drawn from a myriad of influences that blur the boundaries between electronica, techno, classical and hip hop, Alex Smoke evolves in new directions with every new project he...

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Alex Smoke: Choral Singing & Clubbing