Sweeden’s HNNY has unfortunately had to pull out of his Australia debut tour and while our thoughts are with him in this time of need, the lads behind OutsideIn have confirmed that Cut Copy will be stepping in on DJ duties, their first time DJing in Sydney in two years!
Cut Copy recently released their Oceans Apart mixtape that featured 19 tracks showcasing Melbourne’s dance scene. Out now on the band’s label cutters records. The mixtape includes a number of interstaters performing on the OutsideIn festival line up like No Zu, Andras & Oscar and Tornado Wallace.
Tickets and info here.
The desperados that make up Champain Lyf got in a sweaty room and made us an exclusive mix for this Friday’s late night mixer. It’s bought to you by Soda Stream (because Monday night guys) and Champagne (because bubbles). This time ’round the boi’s are bringing some friends Dysney bossman ¹fm¹ and the lads from Swerve (Bondi Beach Radio) will be on selecting duties alongside the regular crew of lyfstyle coaches.
Check out the mix below and from 11pm on Friday in the Danceteria for your own live, sweaty version. You know the drill, 2-step & UKG Bangers, sports wear, bottles of the most affordable champagne and Craig David… all night long.
More info here.
Bloods are launching their incredible debut album ‘Work It Out’ this Friday in the Danceteria. It’s no secret that the garage-pop darlings’ diet mainly consist of Pizza and sweatheart jams so to get an insight into what it means to be a Blood we asked them to take us on a journey of the best pizza in Sydney, the results are delicious as are their live shows.
There’s Pizza and then there’s GiGi. I don’t know how they make their pizza taste so goddamn good, but OH MY GOD get inside me! The dough is so thin and floppy and the sauce and cheese are mouthwatering. Order the potato or mushroom pizza and pack your bags for a one-way trip to flavour country.
Dimitri’s (Surry Hills)
A Surry Hills pizza institution. They have a home made habanero chilli sauce which is just bloody delicious. Nice dudes too! But TBH anyone who makes pizza for us is a nice dude in our eyes.
Last week one of us ate Manoosh three times. No regrets. All hail the Pepperoni Burst and the Mary’s Special.
Love Supreme (Paddington)
Love Supreme’s tag line is Emotional pizza for one and all. After a few glasses of pizzas best friend aka. red wine, some of their delicious pizzas and a Negroni you can guarantee that it’s an emotional time. Emotional means yummy right?!
Dominos (The Internet)
Sometimes when you’re feeling mildly hungover, lazy, super hungover or you just CBF to leave the house (or get out of your pyjamas) you need to call upon the internet pizza god Dominos. With a little coupon magic you’ll be feasting for cheap in no time. Shout outs to the Pizza Tracker.
Wednesday night in the Danceteria we welcome back friends from Noisey/VICE for a party featuring Gloss, Lucy Cliche and (arguably the band with the best band name) Ghastly Spats.
For those who haven’t attended a Noisey/Vice party before here’s what to expect:
1. Free entry if you RSVP here
2. Free booze from 8pm – 9pm
3. To get to know some of Australia’s best, most innovative and newest talent!
So please meet Gloss, made from the ashes of scuzzy glam punk six piece Circle Pit. Circle Pit were internationally and critically acclaimed, with releases and tours the world over including their final release a split 7″ on Sub Pop’s Hardly Art Imprint (2010), they were a rock and roll band that left everyone wanting. Now GLOSS made up of Circle Pit Founders Jack Mannix and Angie Bermuda focuses more on electronic drums, samples, synths. They have one demo out that sounds like it belongs in Planet Terror but surrounded by droney, reverb-laden vocals, leading guitars and this consistent dark drum beats. It’s gloomy pop and gosh it’s addictive.
Read more about Gloss from our friends at Noisey here, and be sure to RSVP here.