N O U R I S H – T A N – R E P L E N I S H
A great, natural way to keep your skin hydrated and nourished all day long, Bali Body is a 100 per cent natural tanning oil containing a natural SPF giving your skin a deep golden glow.
+ Nourishes Skin, Coconut oil takes care of this aspect due to the presence of medium chain fatty acids like Capric Acid, Caprylic Acid, Lauric Acid and Vitamin-E
+ Protects skin, The stable, saturated fats of coconut oil form a protective layer over the skin, extensively cutting down damage due to over exposure to the sun
+ Fights infections, Thanks to the antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties of fatty acids like Capric Acid, Caprylic Acid, Caproic Acid, Myristic Acid and Lauric Acid present in Coconut Oil, your skin is guarded against infections
+ Retains Moisture, The stable saturated fats reduce the loss of moisture from the skin considerably by forming nourishing layer on the skin
+ Soothes and Conditions the Skin, Coconut oil soothes skin in case of possible inflammation resulting from strong sun, dust, allergenic particles, or other environmental factors. It also keeps skin smooth and gives it a shiny glow
+ Tones and tightens, The properties in coconut oil can assist in reducing cellulite and premature ageing, keeping your skin tight and toned
Olea Europaea (Olive Oil)
+ Olive oil is packed with antioxidants, the body’s built-in defence against free radicals.
Free radicals lead to a loss of collagen and elastin, two things in your skin that keep you looking young. This tells us that olive oil is a great natural weapon in the battle against the effects of premature aging.
Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed oil
+ Grape Seed oil is just what it sounds like – it is the oil extracted from seeds of grapes. Though the extraction process for these oils sounds complicated, what they do for your skin is very simple: Grape seed oil can treat acne, reduce dark under-eye circles, moisturize and tighten your skin.
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) oil
+ Jojoba oil has many organic and mineral properties, making it the perfect raw skin food to help you keep that natural glow. It helps to fight facial lines, skin scarring and fatty tissue. It is also amazing in challenging skin circumstances like acne, eczema and psoriasis.
+ Jojoba oil relieves aggravated skin and improves the natural development of collagen. (Yes babes, we said collagen). It also offers efficient protection towards the sun and fights the symptoms of aging like wrinkles and fine lines.
+ Water is essential to maintain the optimum skin moisture and deliver essential nutrients to the skin cells. It replenishes the skin tissue and increases its elasticity. This helps delay the appearance of signs of ageing like wrinkles and fine lines.
+ Aqua keeps the skin well hydrated and glistening, thereby, enhancing that golden glow.
The Red Bull Music Academy (RMBA) takes its Club Night series around the country once again this September with Japan’s DJ Mitsu The Beats kicking off the event. Repped by the Jazzy Sport crew out of Tokyo, the host city for this year’s RBMA takeover, DJ Mitsu brings over a decade of experience and a command of hip-hop and house grooves down under. We had the privilege of chatting to him about all things beats, collaborations and the RBMA.
You’ve probably been asked this question a million times, but for your Australian fans can you tell us where the name DJ Mitsu the Beats comes from?
It was inspired by another DJ that I liked that went by the name ‘DJ Mitsu’ and I thought my mission was making good beats so I added ‘the Beats’.
Where in Japan are you from and how long have you been DJing?
I’m originally from the city called Asahikawa in Hokkaido Pref. And I’ve been DJing for 20 years or so.
What was it about DJing and beat making that sparked your interest?
I saw a DJ battle on TV and from there I started practicing scratch and tricks everyday. I just love experimenting with different beats and pushing music in new and exiting directions.
How would you describe your music?
Some people describe my music as kinda ‘jazzy’ but my style and flavours keep changing and evolving so I find it hard to describe as one genre or even a mixed genre.
Prior to getting involved with the Red Bull Music Academy did you know much about it?
Yeah, I knew some pretty amazing artists globally were involved. I’d been checking various artists doing lectures with RBMA…and Red Bull did basecamp with young local beat-makers in my hood (in Sendai city) where I performed at the after party. Also, I did an interview with RBMA UK (London) when I was there for tour and did some live DJ stream programs for RBMA New Zealand (Auckland)… so other than being aware of other artists who have been involved – I’ve come in contact with RBMA personally a fair bit.
What is the most exciting part about touring with the Red Bull Music Academy?
Connecting and communicating with various artists. I’m especially excited to meet COIN BANKS and HAZEL this time.
Is this your first time in Australia?
Yes this is my first time.
What are you most excited to see and do whilst you’re in Australia
The great nature and Uluru！
What kind of beats have you been working on at the moment?
At the moment I’m making beats that are techno-influenced with a downtempo. which means I spin a lot when I’m DJing.
Who would you love to collaborate within the next year?
As always the RBMA is a free event but RSVPs are essential. Head online to RSVP your spot now.
RED BULL MUSIC ACADEMY presents DJ MITSU THE BEATS
Wednesday 24th September: Sugar, Adelaide, 9pm
Wassupski (Jazzy Sport/Japan)
Ross McHenry + Ferris Mular + Big Bubba
Thursday 25th September: Goodgod Small Club, Sydney, 8pm
Wassupski (Jazzy Sport/Japan)
Suburban Dark (Live)
Shantan Wantan Ichiban + Mako
Friday 26th September: Boney, Melbourne, 9pm
Wassupski (Jazzy Sport/Japan)
Keito (Jazzy Sport/Japan)
Cazeaux Oslo (Live)
Hazel (Live) + Kano + Aux-One
Saturday 27th September: The Bird, Perth, 7pm
Wassupski (Jazzy Sport/Japan)
Ben Taffe & Ben M (Move)
Henry Sims & Henry Maxwell
(Untitled Sound Alliance).
Electronic muso, SBTRKT has collaborated with director Fons Schiedon to create a unique animated video for the track NEW DORP. NEW YORK. (feat. Ezra Koenig). The video sees the creature that graces the cover of Wonder Where We Land come to life, and roam through the surreal, shadow filled streets of an imagined American metropolis.
In addition, SBTRKT follows a run of new material with the release of The Light feat. Denai Moore, ahead of his much-anticipated second album Wonder Where We Land, which is set to be released this Friday 26th September on Young Turks / Remote Control. Listen to the latest track below.
Rdio Australia is excited to announce the first instalment of Rdio Sessions – a new series of live and intimate recordings available exclusively on Rdio. Championing both up-and-coming and established artists, Rdio Sessions will showcase the hottest acts across various genres in ways that fans have never heard before. The first act to be launched as part of Australia’s Rdio Sessions is UK indie-rock quartet, The 1975.
Already dubbed one of 2014’s biggest break out groups, The 1975 have taken music fans by storm this year, playing 400 shows globally in 2014 including powerful performances at Splendour In The Grass and various side shows. As part of their live Rdio Sessions recorded in Sydney earlier this year, the Brit-rockers have performed three stunning acoustic renditions of fan favourites “Chocolate”, “Sex” and “Is There Somebody Who Can Watch You”.
Throughout the recording, the group’s signature sound was stripped back to produce a raw, yet beautifully honest and unadulterated recording, unheard by fans – until now. Lead singer, Matt Healy’s haunting vocals are sure to impress new and existing fans who will be pleased to know that the band will be returning to Australian shores in 2015 for a national tour.
The 1975’s exclusive Rdio Sessions & 30 million other tracks are available to listen now on www.rdio.com
Simply put, France is a beautiful cliché. With its traditional castles, chateux, ancient churches, centuries-old principles of rich food, fine wine and joie de vivre underpin everyday life.
P A R I S
A sexy and sophisticated metropolis, Paris gave the world the can-can, rejuvenated itself during the Renaissance, bopped to the beat of the jazz age and glittered during the belle époque (beautiful era). A trendsetter, market leader and cultural capital, Paris is strewn with historic architecture, glorious galleries and cultural treasures.
Two Bodies, the first single off the Flight Facilities debut album, Down to Earth, is available to download on iTunes now. What are your thoughts on the new track?
It’s been over a week now since I’ve come back from my three month European adventure, and no doubt the post holiday blues have started to set in. I wanted to share my amazing holiday with my readers through a photo diary of each beautiful country I got to explore. First stop Italy.
The Italians know how to live well. The locals embrace the finer things in life, family, faith, friendship, food and wine reign supreme contributing to the famous Italian dolce vita. The sweet life.
S I C I L Y
Being the Mediterranean’s largest island, Sicily boasts the beauty of a rugged landscape, the robust flavours of regional cuisine and the relentless summer sun.
P O M P E I I
S O R R E N T O
This beautiful cost side town overlooks the Bay of Naples and Mt Vesuvius. It’s profusion of sweet smelling citrus trees and laid-back local lifestyle are attractive elements for holiday makers.
C A P R I
Beyond the glamorous veneer of chichi cafes and designer boutiques is an island of rugged seascapes, desolate Roman ruins and an unspoiled rural inland.
T U S C A N Y
The fabled landscape of rolling vine-covered hills dotted with cypress tress and stone villas, Tuscany is one of those places that truly lives up to its hype. The embodiment of rural chic, Tuscany’s historically intact cities are home to a significant portfolio of the world’s medieval and Renaissance art.
F L O R E N C E
Stunning Firenze is a Renaissance time capsule. A list of this lustrous city’s who’s who reads Medici, Machiavelli and Michelangelo, each adding to the treasure of galleries, museums and churches showcasing an array of magnificent Renaissance artworks.
V E N I C E
Venezia is surreal. Where most cities have roads, Venice has canals, gondolas and Vaporetti. It’s a hauntingly beautiful place and its labyrinth backstreets exude and unique and almost eerie atmosphere.
M I L A N
No doubt Milan is Italy’s fashion capital. It exudes the cosmopolitan, can-do atmosphere, the vibrant cultural scene and of course the sophisticated shopping.
C I N Q U E – T E R R E
The picturesque five lands, where colourful coastal villages dot 18 kilometres of ragged cliffs and old walled vineyards tumble down the hillside almost to the water’s edge.
P I S A
The world’s most famous leaning tower is more stunning than the novelty card it often plays out to be.
R O M E
Pulsating, seductive and utterly disarming, Rome is special. The Italian capital is an epic, monumental metropolis that will steal your heart and haunt your soul.