By Richie Meldrum 9th Oct, 2008
Ever been to a club and come home disappointed? Ever though the sound was shit, the beer was warm and the crowd was full of dickheads? Well for anyone who has ever had a bad clubbing experience, we now have the cure! Diplo is your man.
By Fiona Bowden 3rd Jul, 2008
Sounds on Sunday at the Greenwood Hotel is a Sydney institution. Everything those SOS aficionados say is totally true. This place is FUN.
By Fiona Bowden 27th May, 2008
As the magic 1am approaches, a certain floppy-haired Belge is spotted in the Laundry dungeons. Tones lightens the mood, and the Cave fills to bursting. Anticipation. What will Folder Folder pull out of that ample CD bag?
By Ivana Rnjak 14th Jan, 2008
Day five of Sydney Festival got the crowd dancing with the mighty-fine musical help of Sleater Brockman, Kato, Gameboy/Gamegirl, Operator Please and Girl Talk.
By Adoni Patrikios 9th Jan, 2008
Busdriver comes to Sydney, to Australia, for the very first time and clearly brings along a somewhat skewed sense of hip hop appreciation.
By Jack Tregoning 20th Dec, 2007
Hot young things Operator Please have gallantly stepped into the headline slot at Beck’s Festival Bar on Thursday 10 January, following the cancellation of Bonde do Role.
By Andrew Wowk 24th Oct, 2007
Has anyone seen my brain? I think Stephan Bodzin and Martin Eyerer stole it last weekend at The Chinese Laundry. If you see them, kindly ask them for it back and post it to me, please.
By Mitchell Smith 20th Sep, 2007
The annual Earthdance Festival was another stellar success, uniting the Sydney community with people across the globe in a celebration of music and peace.
By Marcus Schneider 6th Sep, 2007
The Chinese Laundry seems to be one of those infallible venues that will attract a decent patronage without any real effort, due in large to the enormous amount of DJs at the disposal of Jam Music who promote the venue.
By Andrew Wowk 24th Aug, 2007
Japanese-come-Australian-come-Japanese again techno legend Kazu Kimura rocked the Laundry last Saturday with some fantastic loopy goodness.
By Nate Radford 1st Aug, 2007
When you have the Fuzzy crew at the helm, you’re always guaranteed a great ride. And once again they didn’t disappoint! What has become a well established Sunday afternoon event, Sounds on Sunday, definitely hits the spot.