issue 7 :: menu
issue 7 :: moodymann
issue 7 :: fat hamper

we'll be back soon!

We haven't updated for awhile due to family reasons - but we'll be back soon with a new format so stay tuned! If you aren't already on the mailing list, then please sign up to the right to be informed of the relaunch. Until then, check out this upcoming gig at Miss Libertine's August 15th. That's right folks, the man, the myth, the maverick, Detroit's ex-pat son Recloose is coming back! We have a mix available from Recloose, check the link and tracklist under the flier.

Recloose :: Microcosmos


  1. Oriol- Joy (CD-R)
  2. Recloose feat. Tyna- The Sanctuary (Sonar Kollektiv)
  3. Boppaz at Work- Journey Into Always (CD-R)
  4. Gary Davis- The Professor's Here (Greg Wilson Remix) (Rong)
  5. Deetron- Lets Get Over It feat. JustOne (Phlash Edit) (Music Man)
  6. DJ Clock- Kyos (Soul Candi)
  7. Hercules and Love Affair- You Belong Inst. (DFA)
  8. Jesse's Gang- Real Dub (Jes Say Records)
  9. Unknown- Willie On Mars (Moxie)
  10. Christian Martin- ElephantFight (Justin Martin's Jungle Remix) (Katabatic)
  11. Dam Funk- Galactic Fun (Stones Throw)

Welcome to Issue 7 of, the first edition for 2008 and the first curated without John Howard at the helm of the country. What a fantastic thing! Herein lies another bumper edition. For reading we have specials on Rush Hour records celebrating 10 years of solid underground output and a special on the soon to be playing in Melbourne (J.A.N 25th), one-and-only Moodymann plus an absolute bumper (4,500 words no-less) scene watch with our intrepid columnist dj p-modern. For ogling we have great exhibitions from two leaders of the new school Emma Langridge and Tim Fleming. For listening we have a approximately 13 hours of insane music! Starting with two great podcasts: a Rush Hour records tenth anniversary podcast and another matrimonial selection from Declan. On the featured mixes page we have a plethora of quality selections (take a deep breath): our heroes Mr. Geoffrey & JD Franzke with their killer "Shanghai Surprise"; an amazing live recording of Mark Pritchard supporting UK dubstep mogul Benga; a trip through the wonderful world of Melbourne’s undisputed Queen of the tables, J’Nett; a old mix from none other than the Moodymann himself; a 45-only mix from Milan, Italy’s funk and soul man himself, Nick Record Kicks; a deep-hop booty turnout from the mind of Melbourne’s Ms Butt; a killer live selection of twisted disco and psychadelia from one Perks aka Brian Damage; and finally NZ-Melbourne d’n’b production and spinning dynamo Motive under his new party-primed bootleggen jacked up moniker Loot, “Sinners are Winners.” Phew.

Thanks to all our contributors over the last year, it's been great to have you with us. And of course thanks to you for reading and listening and engaging with all the content we've put up.

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this issue.

emma langridge

tim fleming


rush hour records

featured mixes


scene watch with dj p-modern


issue 7 :: the list
issue 7 :: podcast


More great stuff in the podcast this issue, check it at the podcast page.

issue 7 :: we salute you

Kunyung Beach Mt. Eliza
Old Kingdom Peking Duck
Sachin Tendulkar
Oliver Andrew Hagger
Alien Sex Rave (NYE)
Summer Heatwave
Howard's End
Battlestar Galactica
Chalmers Johnson
Noise In My Head

issue 7 :: ata

Against the Arctic

Declan's weekly radio show on 3RRR 102.7FM now online in the wireless section.