Groovescooter DJs will be part of Vivid's new Goods Line lights & music activation. Ensure your Light Walk includes the Convergence installation nearby in the old railway tunnel.
Brasilian legends Azymuth and Marcos Valle have just announced a late addition show for Sydney on their Australian tour and of course Afrobrasiliana super excited to be supporting.
Following their much-loved Jean Carn remake Oyobi and Karen Lee Andrews regroup for a new 45 covering the Curtis Mayfield / Patti Jo classic. Essential 7" vinyl.
Oyobi's much-lauded "dancefloor fusion bomb" cover of the Jean Carne/Gamble & Huff classic repressed on a 45 with Latin original, Se Te Va on the flip
Want Kylie Auldist singing on your next single and released on a 45 all expenses paid? We know, stupid question. Of course you do! Enter your soul/disco/boogie/funk tune to be in the running
Come meet two of the driving forces behind British band Hot Chip, who have been delightfully subverting dance, pop, indie, disco, house and more for over 20 years
A new dub-reggae flavoured compilation raising funds the Aboriginal Legal Service and featuring Pat Powell, Andrew Bukenya, Daktari9, Fufu, Peta Morris, DJ Soup and more
Join us to kick up the dust under the stars at our Good Space outdoor party by the harbour, just as covid restrictions are lifted and dancing is legal again in Sydney
Australian Premiere. Responsible for more than 700 mixes during the ‘70s and ‘80s (and still going strong), John Morales is a bonafide dance music legend.
Super-entertaining anecdotalist and bassist for The Hard-Ons, Ray Ahn joins us to chat and select one of his fave albums for a spin on the Cottonmouth turntable
One of Australia's most original drummers (Go-Betweens, Xero, Cleopatra Wong) joins us to not only chat, but play you one of her favourite albums in full on Cottonmouth's turntable
Documentary about one of the most important record labels in the history of jazz and contemporary African-American music.
On the eve of their first trip to Australia, Kashmere Stage Band's Craig Baldwin talks to Paris