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THAT HUMAN TOUCH

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Electronic act PVT move from cult label Warp and head to a country manner to inject their new record Homosapien with a breath of fresh air. Story: Mark Davie PVT’s writing process is a finely-honed...

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THE GENESIS OF EVE

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Eve Audio intends to break Adam’s mould, just not the ribbon. Story: Mark Davie Out of Adam’s rib came Eve. It’s the oldest origin story in the book. But there’s a fresh take that’s only...

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THE SOUND OF A CAR CRASH

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Drones frontman Gareth Liddiard recorded I See Seaweed in a demountable classroom from the ’60s that he’d reno’ed for 10 grand. Then he turned it into a kitchen. Story: Mark Davie Gareth Liddiard lives...

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THE GREAT GATSBY

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The budget is huge, the stakes are high and the pressures are enormous. AT goes behind the scenes to understand what it takes to work on a Baz Luhrmann epic. Story: Christopher Holder & Abigail...

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NICK CAVE & THE MAGICAL FABRIQUE

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds spent three weeks with Nick Launay recording in luxury in the French countryside, before holing up in Los Angeles’ Seedy Underbelly to mix the beautifully honest album Push The...

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SSSH, IT’S A NEW SENNHEISER

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

SSSH Audio were the first to take delivery of Sennheiser’s new flagship wireless system, the digital 9000 series. And its first gig? The Logies. Story: Mark Davie SSSH Audio recently took delivery of Sennheiser’s flagship...

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HEARING DOUBLE

January 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

When Matthew Gray is mastering in his new studio, he’ll hear a different room to what his speakers do. It’s all from the mind of next-gen acoustician/studio designer Thomas Jouanjean. Story: Mark Davie Thomas Jouanjaen’s...

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A LITTLE SYNTHI

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mathew Watson’s classic EMS Synthi AKS synthesiser unearths a whole generation of Dalek nightmares and Other Places. Story & Photos: Jason Allen If you’ve heard Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, you’ve heard an...

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ON THE WAVELENGTH

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Melbourne producer, Myles Mumford, has been helping Swazi artists have a voice on the issues killing their nation. Story: Mark Davie In Swaziland, getting airtime isn’t the issue, having enough fuel to get to the...

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HOLDING ONTO RESOLUTIONS

January 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Ultra-high resolution can be more than purist boffinry; it can inspire performance. Greg Simmons and Ross A’Hern discovered this little surprise when recording Ben Gurton’s Euro Jazz album. Story: Mark Davie Photos: Alan Le &...

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