Coming up at Northside

nside-AWME-2014Thanks to everyone who came down to our first Soulclash Party on Sunday night – it was a huge success! Big ups to Remi, Sensible J, Dan Merriweather and the The Seven Ups for making it a party to remember. We already have plans afoot for the next Soulclash in the very near future.

Coming up in April is Record Store Day (Saturday 18.04) and the launch of the 2015 Diggin’ Melbourne map. Northside will again be throwing a massive Record Store Day party with two incredible live bands, DJs, guests, RSD releases and more. We also hosting a Diggin’ Melbourne launch party at Belleville (Thurs. 16.04) featuring some very special guest DJs and all the usual suspects. Full details of both events will be announced soon.

Last but not least – Northside DJs are putting on the gloves and dusting off the classics for MellowDiasThump presents Fela Kuti vs. James Brown at Ferdydurke, Wed. 18 March.

DJ Manchild is the captain of the Fela team and Chris Gill is leading his JB disciples. Sensible shoes is a must! Listen into The Breakdown (PBS) and Get Down (RRR) for more details.

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Diggin’ Melbourne – website updated


The Diggin’ Melbourne website has now been updated with the 2011 information and listings. 51 stores in total + new and improved maps, icons indicating new/secondhand/music related products and more. We’ve also added a new section the site entitled ‘Music’ where we will be featuring some new and recent vinyl releases coming out of our fine city.

We are also looking for ‘heads’ to participate in this initiative. If you feel you have something to contribute – contact us through the Diggin’ website and hit us with your ideas or tell us about the records you are releasing.

Some of you may have seen the feature on Channel 9’s Getaway over the weekend ( watch it here ) – starring Northside Chris,  Licorice Dave and the Missing Link Crew. Unfortunately – they failed to show the cover of the new map (pictured above). The new 2011 map is available now – pick one up at a record store or ‘street press’ location near you or download a copy from the website.

Keep vinyl alive – Keep on diggin’

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