By Jack Tregoning 15th Dec, 2010
For a decade now, Boxing Day in Perth has belonged to Breakfest. With the tenth birthday celebrations fast approaching, Breakfest alumni like The Freestylers and Plump DJs have weighed in on what makes it great.
By David Rousell 6th Jan, 2009
Brisbane was positively melting on New Years Day for the BBQ Beats party against the backdrop of the beautiful botanical gardens.
By Jason Venables 6th Jan, 2009
BreakFest 2008 was about 10 degrees cooler than the previous year, just right for enjoying the chilled-out tunes on offer at the Belvoir Amphitheatre
By Phillipa Prior 11th Dec, 2008
I really enjoyed this album... but come to think of it, I like almost everything Aquasky have done over the past few years, so it should come as no surprise!
By Sean Chee 2nd Sep, 2008
WA's biggest celebration of dance music's syncopated styles is now entering its eigth year. The mighty boutique festival known far and wide as Breakfest returns once again on Boxing Day at Belvoir Amphitheatre.
By Chris Rawlins 4th Jan, 2008
New Year's Eve is all about getting loose and Chinese Laundry supplied the perfect forum for welcoming 2008. First-class musical talent, acres of room to move, great sound and the perfect party vibe.
By Darren Edwards 28th Nov, 2007
Passenger release 'This Way Up' is a new album project that looks to be one of the most exciting in the breakbeat genre this year.
By Guy Incognito 5th Nov, 2007
The best I can do is describe Stonefest as one of those ‘choose your own adventure’ novels. You know, to see Cut Copy, turn to page 54, to visit the Hub turn to page 3, or to pass out, turn to page 70.
By Marcus Schneider 24th Oct, 2007
Aquasky returned to the Chinese Laundry on Friday night to take the reigns at Break Inn.
By Gary Shaw 22nd Oct, 2007
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By Leanne Sharp 17th Oct, 2007
Friday nights at Ambar are always something to look forward to and last week was no exception. The mighty Aquasky was on the bill.
By Angus Paterson 3rd Oct, 2007
They're one of the finest breakbeat acts to have emerged from the UK, and since dropping the clunky 'vs Masterblaster' part of their name - which, confusingly, gave the impression the trio were in fact a duo... - they've continued to dominate.
By Angus Paterson 10th Sep, 2007
They’re one of the most recognisable names in breakbeat production, and tye’ll be back in the country in October for a club tour across the country.
By Phillipa Prior 13th Nov, 2006
I loved the last Aquasky release – big, stomping breakbeat tunes with occasionally cheesy electronic voice overlays, ecstatic highs and driving bass lows.