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DIARY MUSIC

Harbourlife 2019

My yearly pilgrimage to Mrs Macquaries Chair for Fuzzy’s Harbourlife to dance my ass off to House Music all day long has come and gone!!

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MUSIC

49 and out

4th of March: The front man of The Prodigy – Keith Flint has been found dead in his home in Essex. The band’s IG post states that he committed suicide; so devastating. Keith was very well known for his vocals from their The Fat of the Land album in 1997 onwards having sung on “Breathe“, “Serial Thrilla“, “Firestarter“, & “Fuel My Fire“.

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D-SiGN MUSIC

ELECTRIC GARDENS 2019

This years Electric Gardens lineup was absolutely huge!!! Here’s how the day panned out for me.

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DIARY MUSIC

Fixing sinks & other romanticised thoughts

Last Saturday night, despite the rain, I got out to Enmore to the Slyfox for the launch of Fix My Sink; the latest weekly endeavour of S.A.S.H. crew. The main selectors for the night were Session Victim, from Germany; a pair of devoted vinylists, and the guys behind this quirky track that I love from back in 2009 – Memory Lane

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DIARY MUSIC

Harbourlife 2018

In all my years going to Harbourlife (maybe 15 in total, out of 16…), this year would probably have been the most musically succinct ever!!

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DIARY MUSIC

Return to Rio 2018

My first venture out to Del Rio Riverside Resort for Return To Rio was definitely interesting, and mostly enjoyable!!

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DIARY MUSIC

Tell No Tales

Despite being sick in bed for the 4 days prior, I got out to the Greenwood for Tell No Tales on Saturday.

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DIARY MUSIC

James Zabiela – Balance Album Tour

An intimate gig with Mr Born Electric himself, Technical master & Jedi James Zabiela was an absolute stormer!!!

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DIARY MUSIC

Electric Gardens 2018

Electric Gardens mixes it up and continues to grow more commercial. Here’s my wrap.

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DIARY MUSIC

Elrow Goes to Sydney – Psychadelic Trip

The mind-blowing experience of Elrow just swept through Australia, and I got to check it out in Sydney at the Hordern Pavillion.  Over The Top is a bit of an understatement.