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Producing music since his late teens, Michael Dodman better known as Huxley, is returning to our shores for an Anzac Day Eve celebration at the Prince Bandroom in St Kilda.

Huxley’s initial underground success as a garage producer over his careers has now evolved into a deeper house based sound. His bass-led strain of familiar house music remixes and releases are notorious for sending mega dance vibes throughout critics, fans and the like. Hugely in demand and kind of a big deal, Huxley ‘s versatility as an artist and producer is sentiment to his renowned success.

With a DJ set that spans genres of house, garage, techno and beyond, Huxley’s Anzac Day Eve set at the Prince Bandroom is not to be missed. Loud Entertainment and Ugenious Music, are proud to present the DJ dynamo to our local Prince Bandroom and welcome his return to Australia.

The event will kick off with support DJs on the Prince balcony from 6PM with a complimentary gourmet BBQ by celebrity clubbing chef Nick Young. Local supports across the night will include the likes of Jack Love, Not Applicable, 2DotZero, Jacob Malmo and Daniel Bentley.

It’s no doubt going to be an epic night, so be sure to RSVP to the Facebook event and grab your tickets now!


Catch Huxley at the Prince Bandroom – Thursday 24th April 2014.

29 Fitzroy St, St Kilda VIC 3182

03 9536 1168




Bipolar Sunshine is based on a surreal world where anything is possible, the stranger the better as long as it’s done with an artistic approach. A Home for the defeated romantic, the passionately curious but in the mist of all still can see the bright side to everything.


Introducing Tincture. The hottest thing to come out of Brisbane, since international supermodel Catherine McNeil, this 23 year-old musician and producer who’s real name is Luke Dalton, has mastered the craft of electronic production. His forthcoming EP Tryst combines lush synths and sharp percussion’s. Making use of his electronic craft, Tincture creates a series of smooth-garage inflected remixes and bootlegs which have quickly garnered positive responses from both local and international critics.

In particular this forthcoming EP Tryst, focuses on the addition of live vocals and wider instrumentation pushing Tincture‘s sound in a refreshing new direction.

“A compilation of noisy synths and skittering percussion complement breathy, reverb laden vocals hooks; a knowing nod in the direction of both nineties era dream-pop and the new wave of genre-blurring bedroom producers emerging from around the globe.” Triple J Unearthed.


Screen shot 2014-01-06 at 12.07.15 PMSo you’ve no doubt heard of Triangl Swimwear. That super hot swimwear range, promoted by those super hot girls. Ye, well as if their 400, 000 plus followers on Instagram were not enough they have decided to launch a Triangl underwear line. Not complaints there I’m sure. Set to launch in Australia in a matter of days, women as well as men across the country are buzzing from excitement. With even more styles and beauties to add to their already growing reputation, Triangl’s underwear line will no doubt follow in its sister swimwear line’s footsteps. Below is a sneak peak of the line courtesy of the Triangl Swimwear Facebook page. Cue drooling and body envy now!

The ‘Isabel’ Underwear Set in Spearmint Micro Mesh

The ‘Lucie’ Underwear Set in Candy Pink Micro Mesh

The ‘Isabel’ Underwear Set in Licorice Micro Mesh


Gossling, Harvest of Gold

Helen Croome is Gossling. She hails from country Victoria and has that distinctively sweet sound, which we’re all familiar with.

Her style is both distinctive and alluring, making for an intriguing listen. Gossling’s songwriting is a mix between of heart-felt lyrics and memorable melodies.

Her debut album, Harvest of Gold, is a catchy collection of pop tunes demonstrating a progression from those signature folk roots. This album has a more influential electronic and disco vibe. A brew of rhythmic celebrations, this full length release is  evidence of Gossling’s growth as an artist.

The album is pure in its simplicity, but manages to reach new heights of experimentative bliss. Gossling’s art of storytelling mixes in with symphonic beauty and leaves you tenderly enlightened. An overly pleasing album, a harvester of its own gold if you will.

Hande Cerkez.