June 2016

This month sees three contrasting releases from three accomplished singer / songwriter / producers straight out of Sydney's underground. 

HapticClulow and La Vif have each made their debuts, with an album and two singles respectively. Guest remixer Kuwait Paragraphic from the Filthy Children Collective has also made an appearance with a beautiful experimental interpretation of Clulow's electro pop number, 70s Water.  

In other amazing news, Surveillance Party has now been accepted onto Beatport  - the world's number one source of music for DJs.

Finally, a little reminder for Sydney peeps, that the new EP from Mirella's Inferno is launching on Friday 15th July at Oxford Art Factory. Tix and info below!