MOTEZ – THE FUTURE FT. ANTONY & CLEOPATRA – SWEAT IT OUT

Posted in cutTheNoize on August 10th, 2017 by alt


The honest truth is I failed at science. Einstein on the other hand was really good at it. Maybe even the best ever? And he came up with these theories which – amongst them – if I understood what he was trying to say (which I quite possibly didn’t) – time and space were inter-related rather than separate.

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CROOKED COLOURS – FLOW – SWEAT IT OUT

Posted in cutTheNoize on March 21st, 2017 by alt


After a significant 18 month hiatus, live electronic trio Crooked Colours return with their first single, ‘Flow’, from their long awaited LP, due winter 2017. ‘Flow’ is out via Sweat It Out, and is available to download and stream now.

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RÜFÜS – INNERBLOOM REMIXES – SWEAT IT OUT

Posted in cutTheNoize on November 5th, 2016 by alt

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Our fav Aussie three boy band called RÜFÜS are coming right ahead of their upcoming Europe/US album tour with a giant remix package of one of the album’s highlight tracks.

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Metroplane – Metroplane EP – Sweat It Out!

Posted in cutTheNoize on June 9th, 2016 by alt

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It doesn’t take a genius to work out how Alex Metric and Aeroplane came up with the name for their ridiculously exciting new collaborative project, Metroplane.

Nor does it take an expert in electronic music to listen to this, their self-titled debut EP on the beloved Sweat It Out, to work out how f-ing good it is.
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Posted in cutTheNoize on June 6th, 2016 by alt

Motez - The Vibe EP Artwork

One of our fav aussies comes right out and we say THE VIBE EP (a double a-side heater comprising of ‚The Vibe‘ and ‚Down Like This’) is MOTEZ‘s best work.
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Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP – SUGAR MAN (SWEAT IT OUT)

Posted in cutTheNoize on November 7th, 2014 by alt

Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP - Sugarman (Cover)

Remembering back in 2010:  Matt Handley and Andrew Stanley, aka Yolanda Be Cool, already making waves in what they called the “party tech” scene, and label mate Duncan Maclennan, aka DCUP, creating a similar stir on the Nu Disco tip, were sitting next to each other on a flight back from a gig when the seeds were sown for their collab, “We No Speak Americano.” Inspired by artists such as Riva Starr and Zombie Disco Squad, YBC had a version that sparked the interest of DCUP who offered to add his touch to the mix. After 2 sessions, they sent their demo to Sweat It Out head honcho AJAX who instantly signed it to his label. And the rest is history.

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