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Ta-ku Has Announced a Week-Long Creative Residency in Sydney

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For one week only from April 11 in Sydney, producer/photographer Ta-ku will bring together global creative thinkers to curate a physical incarnation of his artistic process and world.

A gallery exhibit of his Songs To Make Up To photo series will be running through the days, accompanied by nightly talks on different topics that fans can win tickets to.

Hit the photo above to find out all the details.

Are You Down For Ta-ku and Alina Baraz?

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Perth’s legendary artist/producer/photographer/creative extraordinaire Ta-ku has been putting together impressively emotionally themed works for some time, and his most recent one, “Songs To Make Up To”, had on it an entire tracklist of tunes evoking all of the emotions you’d expect a work with that title to have.

Unfortunately, we were without one particular cut from the standard body of tracks, and it might be the best one of them all.

Check out the Spotify-exclusive ‘Down For You’ featuring Alina Baraz; co-produced by Atu.

Run in Full Bloom with Nike’s ‘Photosynthesis’ Pack

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Nike have delivered a new capsule collection; which, unfortunately is already sold out online in Australia.

And once you have a look at these beauties, you might understand why.

The “Photosynthesis” Pack is comprised of three silhouettes – the Air Zoom Pegasus 32, Free 5.0 and LunarGlide 6 – each of which feature a bright and bold floral pattern. They’ve also thrown in a women’s tank top, men’s t-shirts, crew socks, and a hat to round out the range.

Record Review: Ta-ku – Songs To Break Up To

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It’s been a while since I did a write-up on Perth producer Ta-ku but that’s not because I’ve stopped loving his music.

Over the past couple of months, he’s been releasing songs and creating teasers and hype for his newest EP, ‘Songs To Break Up To’ which was released today.

And for me, personally, knowing that a full record was in the works, I wanted to wait for the record to be released so that I could review it in its entirety.

So read on for my thoughts on a very emotionally-driven record.