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Sonos are taking over a house in Sydney for two weeks of cultural conversation, tunes and Q&As

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For two weeks from July 10 – July 21, SONOS will transform a former Masonic Lodge, tobacco factory and grand private residence into Sonos House to host a jam-packed program featuring DMA’s, Set Mo and Gary Aspen, as well as classes hosted by Sarah Wilson, Clare Bowditch and Leah Simmons. Click through to find out all the details.

Nike x Foot Locker x Melbourne Streetball Madness Present ‘Battle Force’

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In a historic partnership between Nike, Foot Locker and Melbourne Streetball Madness, ‘Battle Force’ is where competition and creativity are given an arena. For the culture and the game, it is an invitation to Aussies to unleash their passions, an open space where their labour of love can represent everything they are. Click through for more details.

Hear Bobby Hundreds’ Inspiring Journey via Complex’s New Interview Series Blueprint

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The Blueprint is a beautifully edited new web/interview series presented by Complex that provides us in raw, honest storytelling from its interviews. Last week, they featured the iconic Jimmy Iovine; this week, Bobby Hundreds sat down with Complex’s Editor-In-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever to discuss his journey of starting the origins and all the things they did to make cement themselves as one of the OG’s for today’s generation in street and skate culture.

Days Like This Festival Has Announced Their Line-Up for 2017

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Days Like This 2016 was only just on in Sydney a few weeks ago and yet, the festival’s organisers have already announced who’s coming to the boutique festival in 2017.
The lineup includes the world’s best including Dixon, Life & Death’s Mind Against, who will be making their Sydney debut; electronica master Gold Panda; producer Fatima Yamaha, chillwave leader Toro y Moi; plus so much more! Read on for the complete line-up.

What We Learnt From Day Two at EMC Sydney 2016

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After attending EMC Sydney 2016 for the completion of Day One, it was clear that the Electronic Music Conference was more about the music. It was more for those wanting to get in the business or who already are and wanting to learn more about managing their brands, artists, labels and audiences.
Day One left us energised and wanting to go straight home to start working. As for Day Two? Read on to find out our thoughts.