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Learning Aussie Slang With Peking Duk

Learning Aussie Slang With Peking Duk

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“Teach Me How To Aussie” with Peking Duk

Peking Duk are not only experts when it comes to creating the next big sound in music, but when it comes to their native tongue as well. Australian music producers and group members Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles-Richards may be performing their music throughout the world, but they have also managed to stay in touch with their roots along the way. Though the duo joined forces in 2010, it wasn’t until 2012 that Peking Duk began gaining popularity, leading them to international success. Peking Duk has played various shows around Australia and expanded to Asia and North America, all while gaining the utmost support from established DJs Tiesto, A-Trak and Steve Aoki. Hyde and Styles-Richards have even stressed how important listening to music is to them on a daily basis in addition to creating it. To Peking Duk, music is vital to the creative process when it comes to creating new sounds or for improving what they’ve already created. But at the end of the day no matter how many shows they play or where they play them, Hyde and Styles-Richards will never abandon the Australian language they grew up speaking. Just like their music has caught on, maybe their version of the Australian lingo will as well. In the meantime, watch as the DJs teach us some Aussie slang to show off to our friends.


Sabrina Safran
When she's not being a work-a-holic, Sabrina enjoys late-night uber rides around LA, "basic" amounts of Starbucks coffee, chai tea lattes, pugs, hiking and all things Italian, especially the food.
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