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The Life Of Peder As He Tells It: LIDO Interview

Words by Michelle Zhu
PEDER Losnegard, better known by his stage name LIDO, is a producer and songwriter from Norway who has worked with some of the biggest names in music right now. He has created beats for Chance the Rapper, A$AP Ferg, Banks and is continuing his ascension into the music scene with respect from his peers. He is joining the 2016 Splendour in the Grass line-up and is performing at the pre-Splendour party in Brisbane, and is gearing up to show listeners exactly who Peder/Lido …

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VISUAL MIX #07

Words by Michelle Zhu
EVERY week we’re going to be listing ten videos you need to watch. Catch up on this week’s essential viewing and make sure you don’t miss out on these stunning and intriguing visuals.
KOOL A.D – PROVE IT
Kool A. D. (of Das Racist) has come through with a ridiculous animated visual. It is ridiculous, crass and incredibly difficult to describe. So watch it for yourself and allow its bizarre and kinda depressing story unfold.

JAMES BLAKE – RADIO SILENCE (LIVE ON LATER……

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VISUAL MIX #06

Words by Michelle Zhu
THIS week we have a special edition of our weekly visual mixes. Last week the visual world seemed to have taken a bit of a break, but it’s come back in full force with many a reward. And none of them disappoint. These are this week’s videos you need in your life…
Clams Casino – Witness ft. Lil B (Official Music Video)
Clammy Clams is back, featuring a very rare appearance from the Based God Lil B himself. Clams Casino always ensures chilling visuals to accompany his …

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Moustache Mix #012: Want

Words by Michelle Zhu
There’s always a period of yearning before you get what you want. Attaining something and having it in your grasp is almost not as satisfying if you didn’t spend a period of time waiting and wanting…
This week’s Moustache Mix is for all those times you’re having an insatiable craving, for whatever it may be, and you need some type of expressive outlet before you embark on your quest for it. Whether it’s love, power, lust, or happiness, this week’s mix has got you cove…

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Mousatche Mix #011: Blessed to be Alive

Words by Michelle Zhu
LIFE is wondrous and electrifying. Life is full of magnitude and curiosity and things we will never understand. Music brings us a step closer to that ontological and spiritual understanding of what it means to be, so this week we decided to dedicate a playlist to just being alive – as simple and complicated a notion as that is…
This playlist features the fantastic Chance the Rapper who just released the brilliant ‘Colouring Book’, Jamilia Woods, Goldlink, who is celeb…

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Stone Roses Reform

Stone Roses Reform

| November 14, 2011

After years of denying the possibility of a reunion, The Stone Roses have announced this week they will take the stage once again. At a press conference, the band who have been out of action since their split in 1996, announced they will perform a set of comeback gigs in their hometown of Manchester next […]

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70’s Sunday: Red Eyes, Blue Gaze, You Look Like Hell Today

70’s Sunday: Red Eyes, Blue Gaze, You Look Like Hell Today

| September 18, 2011

For all of you poor souls out there suffering from a hangover the size of a bus here’s a soothing indie pop tune to help numb the mind and soothe the aching head.  This week we bring you Music Is Crap by the very old, very, very cool Brisbane band Custard.   Just click, load, […]

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Teenage Dirtbag – The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

Teenage Dirtbag – The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

| September 7, 2011

I challenge anyone to watch this and disagree that ukuleles are very, very cool.  

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Seventies Sunday: 77 Sunset Strip

Seventies Sunday: 77 Sunset Strip

| September 4, 2011

Have a Big One last night? Tired? Hungover? Got that feeling like your skull has been shattered and then stuck back together with gaffa tape? Well to help you through the pain and queasiness, each Sunday afternoon Moustache Magazine will bring you some 70’s inspired beachy tracks to numb the mind and soothe the hangover. […]

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Miss Elm

Miss Elm

| September 2, 2011

Last night I had the enormous pleasure of seeing a fantastic set by Miss Elm at Barsoma. Miss Elm has come a long way since I first downloaded a couple of her songs (then under the name of Erin Harrington) off  Triple J Unearthed at the suggestion of a friend. Already very talented even back […]

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Hannah Gordon and Josh Calder: On A Shoe-String

Hannah Gordon and Josh Calder: On A Shoe-String

| August 26, 2011

Combining Hannah’s formidable organisation and planning abilities as a producer and Josh’s vision and talent as a director has allowed this pair of brilliant film makers to produce some of the finest short films I have seen.  Their work really does represent a triumph of talent and determination over tiny, shoe-string budgets. But let their incredible […]

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Steamhorse: The Chicken Shop Came Before The Egg

Steamhorse: The Chicken Shop Came Before The Egg

| August 25, 2011

“Steamhorse’s birthplace was a chicken shop called Lenards, where Trina and Darcy worked. They developed some concepts with just bass and vocals… until Henry came along and made them sound like songs. Drummerless and pointless for about a year, they finally stumbled across Darren on Rave Magazine. Now a complete band. Classic tale.” – Steamhorse […]

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We All Want To

We All Want To

| August 25, 2011

Those of you who harbour a spark of nostalgia when thinking of the impossibly cool acts that used to play on Recovery will remember the heavy sounds of Screamfeeder and the hypnotic voice of their lead singer Tim Steward.  If not then shame on you! Dressing all indie and hipster, but never even heard of […]

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Phil Hancock: Music For The Masses

Phil Hancock: Music For The Masses

| August 25, 2011

x infinity by philhancockmusic Phil describes himself as “A very big believer in music for the masses, so I like all my songs to have a universal appeal. I write for and about love because I believe that’s what brings people together.” So if bouncy indie pop is your scene, you really cannot not go […]

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