In 2006, the names Pedro Winter or Ed Banger probably wouldn’t mean much to anyone in Australia, short of a few early adopters and promoters. By 2007, those names had become synonymous with dance music. Pedro, better known to many as Busy P, the head of Ed Banger Records and former manager of Daft Punk,
Ed Banger Records is currently celebrating 10 years in the game, hosting party events around the globe and releasing their 10th anniversary compilation, Ed Rec Vol. X. Now label head Busy P (aka Pedro Winter) has not only confirmed that he’ll be bringing the show to Australia this spring, but also that he’ll be bringing
They’re a band with so much appeal that they could stop making music right now, and tour off the back off their brief back catalogue for the next 25 years. French duo Justice managed to throw off the shackles of a niche scene, conquering mainstream airwaves and a crazy amount of nightclub playlists – all
A preview of what we can expect from the soundtrack from the upcoming King Kong musical has proven to be riveting listening – a new clip features, among a host of other huge names, a sneak peek of one particular song prepared by none other than The Avalanches. The band haven’t composed their own original
It’s been coined as one of the most ambitious productions ever undertaken by a theatrical production group ever in Australia. Now, after 5 years in the workshop, organisers behind the King Kong musical have pulled back the curtains on the project, revealing all at a press conference this weekend.
Facebook have deleted the picture for the new Justice single cover ON’n’ON from the Ed Banger records Facebook page. Some of the Ed Banger Facebook fans apparently reported the image (above) to Facebook, complaining about the naked girl in the photo.
Justice have announced their only Melbourne appearance while they’re out her for the Field Day 2012 and Summafieldayze 2012 line ups next year. They will be performing their epic brand new Live show featuring all their hits and their phenomenal new album Audio, Video Disco. Supported by Canyons plus a very special guest at the
A hidden track has been discovered on the end of Justice’s new album Audio, Video, Disco. The hidden track has been described as being a little different to the rest of the songs on the album. Swollen, proggy, and organ-driven. You can hear it below. The album is out now digitally and physically, but we