Melbourne Music Week

Melbourne Music Week

Melbourne Music Week

Melbourne Music Week showcases local, national and international performers, from emerging artists to firm favourites. A great range of performers will set up at live music venues and you’ll also find shows in city laneways, record shops, cafes, bars and fashion stores.


Ben Sims: Techno Man-Machine13

Ben Sims: Techno Man-Machine

By Holz Markt 16th Nov, 2012

It’s hard to believe it’s been seven years since Ben Sims' last gigs here. Where to begin with a recap of the intervening period? We started by asking him about last weekend...

The Friday Five: Where?House Special

The Friday Five: Where?House Special

By ITM HQ 16th Nov, 2012

Oliver Tank, Mitzi, NO ZU, Lost Animal and Thrupence: how's that for a line-up to make you feel all warm and fuzzy about Australia's electronic music talent?

Tipper: Ready for the nutters

Tipper: Ready for the nutters

By Jack Tregoning 8th Oct, 2012

Australia's always welcoming to Dave Tipper, and he's back in November to school the bass heads.

PillowTalk: A special seduction13

PillowTalk: A special seduction

By Lauren Murada 24th Sep, 2012

From the soulful vocals of Motown's golden age to the dark depths of a techno club, PillowTalk has a sound all of its own.

Die Vogel: The art of polarising1

Die Vogel: The art of polarising

By Jack Tregoning 23rd Nov, 2011

When German duo Die Vogel takes the stage, you don’t see any laptops. Instead, you see a tuba, clarinet, trombone, flute and other unexpected instruments alongside the arsenal of electronic gear.

Round Table: The electronic music scene14

Round Table: The electronic music scene

By Katie Cunningham 22nd Nov, 2011

On the eve of Shop Local, the Melbourne Music Week event showcasing the city’s best electronic labels, we’ve spoken to those involved to get their $0.02 on the local scene.

The Midnight Juggernauts: Our ten defining records13

The Midnight Juggernauts: Our ten defining records

By Katie Cunningham 15th Nov, 2011

Like all good musicians, The Midnight Juggernauts are firstly music fans. To prove just this, Melbourne group has lifted the veil on their musical influences and talked inthemix through their ten defining records.

Daedelus: The golden age of electro1

Daedelus: The golden age of electro

By Tom Nall 7th Nov, 2011

Daedelus is not your average electronic music producer. Between his Victorian-era get up on stage, his trademark instrument the 'monome' and a classical music training, the Californian sometimes prefers to describe himself as a magician.

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dj deza dj deza said on Fri 16th Nov, 2012
"Bringing me out of clubbing retirement can't wait for this "
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cheechvda cheechvda said on Tue 25th Sep, 2012
"Damn sweet business"
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groovewell groovewell said on Thu 24th Nov, 2011
"wow. Mr. Haperfeld sounds like a bit of a dick. Great ar..."
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daverh daverh said on Sun 20th Nov, 2011
"You sure showed them!"
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