Polo Club are the perfect blend of moody loops and uplifting electronica, their juicy morsels of hip hop tucked away between dance floor synth lines and crispy drum patterns. Initially a 2-man operation, locked down by producer Gully Chaps and lyricist Dyl Thomas, the band expanded, with musicians Adam Fitzgerald and Aidan McLaren brought in
Since December 1979 Melbourne Community Radio station PBS 106.7FM has been the ‘home of little-heard music’.
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Having spent the past few years touring relentlessly as both a solo artist and with The Herd, not to mention running Elefant Traks and releasing his new album Spitshine, you’d expect Urthboy to be taking a break about now
“That doesn’t even look real!” I cry as an 8-bit pterodactyl batters me off a precipice.