New Bin Juice show, Spooks set to play Chippo City Limits, Wells ‘Born To Die’ cover reaches 13,000 plays, Circle teases studio time and Pika takes a fall

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Old mates Spookyland are playing The Lord Gladstone’s Chippo City Limits, the Wells cover of ‘Born To Die’ is on the cusp of 13,000 plays on Happy’s Exclusive Tracks, Circle has teased being back in the ickyudio and electronic mastermind Pikachunes is on the benches with 2 dance floor inflicted stitches.

Coming off the back of a killer performance at The Rat last month, new label signee’s Bin Juice, have announced a new show at The Steyne’s Moonshine. The free show will take place on Friday the 12th of August, showcasing all your Bin Juice favourites and more. Since signing to Monday Records the boys have showed no sign of slowing down, with the announcement of their forthcoming studio EP set to take these North-shore rockers to soaring new heights.

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Enmore Audio shared some insight into the recording of Wells transcendent rendition of  Lana Del Rey’s ‘Born To Die’. Resident recording and mixing engineer Dan Shaw explains the “sonic experimentation” of the cover, and the use of slow chords and simple harmonies to achieve Wells chilling reverb, the ‘Happy Exclusive Track’ has reached almost 13,000 plays on Soundcloud. In other news mastermind of Wells, Alastair Cairns hypnotised the crowd at Brighton Up Bar last month, opening the stage for Sydney rock quartet The Vacationists‘ Single Launch.

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Label legacy, and long time friends Spookland are set to play Chippo City Limits at The Lord Gladstone, following the launch of their debut album Beauty Already Beautiful. Catch Spooks set at 4:30pm, alongside the Money for Nothing DJ’s from 2pm this Sunday 4th of June. They’ve got spit roast lamb rolls…

Sydney band Circle, have teased being back in the studio with a Facebook post featuring band members Radi and Rebecca entitled Circle back in the studio. New music soon!”. YES. Their last few offerings have been random demos and unclassified.

Melbourne-based producer Pikachunes has suffered a dance floor induced head-trauma, and is currently sporting a salmon coloured head brace. Pika has taken to social media to update fans on his recovery, we anxiously await the return of the unstoppable force that is Miles G. Loveless.

Went for the beige and salmon combo. Official diagnosis: head trauma caused by dancing. #headwound #dancing #pain

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Keep your eyes peeled for new releases from these Monday artists!