“The 5000 Fingers of Dr.T. make music which pumps and squelches like meat in a grinder”
Their recipe for making music starts with matching ASR-10′s fed through a chain of resonant and envelope filters run by their home made controllers. This is then poured over a thick buzzing bassline before being …Share on Facebook
Actual Russian Brides are vocalist Lull (Elena Knox) and media jockey partner Baby Swindle (Lindsay Webb). Eschewing the laptop, they deliver a sexy, savvy electronic pop with analogue synths, machines, knives, toys and capriciously crafted lyrics. Their debut album, Miss Sled, is out October 2010 on Brigade Music.
Conceived during a …
Aeriae is Sydney-based electronic composer/producer Wade Clarke. His grandfather was an engineer and almost-concert pianist, and Wade grew up playing the piano by ear. Prominent in his childhood repertoire were creaky renditions of his favourite 70s and 80s electronic film scores, such as Escape From New York, Halloween and TRON. …Share on Facebook
Andy Rantzen is an ARIA Award-winning Sydney-based electronic music producer
and writer with a long history in Australian electronic dance music.
Since 1990, he has recorded and performed under his own name and in
collaborations with Pelican Daughters, Wrong Kind of Stone Age,
Cherry2000, Itch-E & Scratch-E, Sheriff Lindo, fc europa, Event
Horizon and …
Artificial is the solo artist name for Nicole Skeltys, an Australian musician, composer and producer who has released eleven albums, in styles ranging from electronica to psychedelic folk, rock and country. Along the way, she has also written songs and soundtracks for film, TV and theatre – from world beats …Share on Facebook
Atone are a Sydney dub outfit consisting of Mr Andy Fitzgerald and associated musical collaborators. Early releases featured the late great Ali Omar. They have had numerous local and international releases receiving well deserved hype for their innovative electronic dub sound. Atone also have a side project called …Share on Facebook
Originally hailing from Canberra, B(if)tek were Nicole Skeltys and Kate Crawford, producing infectiously funky, groovy tunes inspired by analogue electronics, b-grade movies and the films of Jean-Luc Goddard.
Anticipating the electro tsunami of the last decade, B(if)tek were amongst the original “Geek Girls”, making cutting edge dancefloor tunes with their …
Once upon a time, a young man called Edward was walking along and he came across a synthesiser.
“My, what a curious device” he thought to himself, as he absent-mindedly pressed the keys.
“BOWWWWWWWWWMP!” went the synthesiser.
Edward was so pleased with that sound that he decided from then on, he would dedicate …
CARRIER is a Clan Analogue member who recorded “The Foley Artists“ at home on a 4 track.
This may not be terribly amazing if it was just a cut and paste jobbie or a knob twiddler’s delight, but this is a live project with no less than 17 people working …
City Frequencies is a partnership between two Melbourne artists (Nick Wilson and Matt Adair) that explores the urban environment as a source of music and sound. Initiated for the 2000 Next Wave Festival, a day in the life of the audible CBD (or city) was recorded and mapped out with …Share on Facebook