Posts Tagged ‘frames’


Thursday, March 13th, 2014



Frames makes/plays/enjoys music.

Pushing the sounds of warm & grooving handclap disco, hypnotic & intricate hipthrust house and energetic, driving letchairdown-techno, no genre is safe and nothing is taboo as Frames spins and warps his magic over 4-8 minute euphoric gems.

Scouring for only the highest quality of tunes and an uncanny knack for choosing winners has given Frames an edge as both a dj and producer; earning him the attention, acclaim and respect of punters, critics and fellow artists alike.

Subtle percussive hooks, deep house grooves and bright disco vocal flicks are all regular features stamped on Frames’ sets and remixes, combining to create a style that is as varied as it is distinctive. He has released multiple EPs on Sweat It Out & Blotter Artists as well as a collaborative EP with Elizabeth Rose on newly minted imprint, October Records. You can also find his remixes appearing on labels such as Modular, Grizzly, Etcetc, Continental Records and Binary to name a few.

Calling the sunny shores of Sydney home, Frames hosts a weekly radio show on FBI 94.5fm and has spun records at Splendour in the Grass, Future Music Festival, Big Day Out, Laneway Festival, Playground Weekender & Secret Garden.

Frames – Slow [Club Sweat]

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Club Sweat has been laying dormant for a little while now. Not because we haven’t had good enough music to put out, and not because we’ve been neglecting it. It’s because we’ve been waiting for something to really shine above the rest; something that represents what Club Sweat is at it’s very core.

This no nonsense, no frills subsidiary label of Sweat It Out was created as an avenue for us to release music we love without an agenda. No radio play? No online budget? // No problems! Great music stands out above all else.

Cue our boy Frames. Not only is he a seriously talented producer, but also toured the US of A, presented on FBI, and played every noteworthy festival in the country; all the while building his presence and clocking over 100K plays on Soundcloud.

Slow‘ is both a throwback and a throw forward. It will remind you of the 2003 version by pop princess Kylie, but it is not like that version. For starters, it’s slower, warmer and cooler (yes, that’s possible) – but more to the point it’s very much equipped to succeed in the world it is set to inhabit. Did someone say slo-mo house?

On remix duties is local Sydney beat-maker Moonbase Commander who takes slow, re-pitches it some more and warps it into the depths of outerspace – well, we like it here.

This über cool record alone isn’t enough to get you going? Did we mention the smouldering, pelvis-heavy and sweaty video clip to accompany the track? What about the smooth, downtempo mixtape Frames has also whipped up a for your listening pleasure? Check out all of the above, below.

Get your clicking finger ready and waltz it over to either Beatport or iTunes and grab Slow now. Hot!

Frames – Slow

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Club Sweat is our walk on the wonkier, deeper side of club music and we’re happy to present to you our latest signing from Sydney-based house enthusiast, Frames.

With a churning moog bassline, low-bpm and familiar vocal line ‘Slow’ is guaranteed to smoulder in any room with dim lighting and a low ceiling. Top it off with a pitched down flip from local beat manipulater Moonbase Commander and we’re confident no matter the situation we’ve got you covered.

Out now on Beatport & iTunes.