DJ duo to lay down some wicked ’90s beats

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Chap­man and Wade Os­born – two parts of five-piece al­ter­na­tive band Amy Meredith – will trans­form Ko­mune Re­sort & Beach Club in Coolan­gatta into a rock­ing ’90s party this week­end. The DJ duo will hit the decks for a ‘‘Bad Shirt Party’’ and Chap­man says the pair plan on lay­ing down some ’90s clas­sics. ‘‘We love get­ting stuck into the stuff you don’t nor­mally hear, like Madonna, Prince and Will Smith,’’ Chap­man says. ‘‘It’s good to mix it up now and then with a DJ set. We like to hang out and have a dance.’’ Chap­man says he and Os­born will have an ex­tra rea­son to cel­e­brate this week­end. ‘‘We (Amy Meredith) are re­leas­ing a sin­gle on Fri­day called Fun. It’s from our forth­com­ing al­bum, Maps, which will be re­leased later this year,’’ he says. ‘‘The al­bum is called Maps be­cause it was com­piled all over the world – we wrote songs in places like Lon­don and New York and we used 10 dif­fer­ent pro­duc­ers. The al­bum is a jour­ney. It’s about travel and home sick­ness and all that stuff. We are hop­ing a tour will come straight af­ter the al­bum.’’

Joel Chap­man and Wade Os­born, DJ Sel­wood and Cut­loose play Ko­mune Re­sort & Beach Club, Coolan­gatta, to­mor­row night .

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Amy Meredith’s Joel Chap­man (left) and Wade Os­born jump be­hind the decks.

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