New Year’s Day = sorted.
Brace for Flume, Vince Staples, ScHoolboy Q and heaps more.
That bill tho.
Ear-shattering bass and dank drops are plentiful.
The Adelaide MC has teamed with George Maple, What So Not and Baauer for this one.
Baauer has already been announced on the bill for Newcastle’s fresh boutique festival This That but now he’s unveiled that he’ll be sharing the love with the rest of the country. The Harlem Shake creator will play five dates on top of This That in Australia with two more shows scheduled for Christchurch and Aukland.
Newcastle’s new boutique music festival This That has announced its maiden lineup, packed with the likes of RüFüS, Birds Of Tokyo, and Tkay Maizda. The festival’s 16-act lineup also includes Sticky Fingers, The Jungle Giants, Kilter, The Kite String Tangle, Asta and more. Announced just over a week ago, This That will make its debut
Run The Jewels have announced an all-star roster of production talent for their upcoming Meow The Jewels project. The hip-hop duo’s Kickstarter-funded “pet project” will feature contributions from Just Blaze, SKYWLKR, Zola Jesus, Baauer, Prince Paul, The Alchemist, Boots, and Dan the Automator. According to El-P, one half of Run The Jewels, he will also
With a series of festivals dropping Western Australia off their touring schedule this year, Perth punters will be pleased to know that the 2014 Origin NYE festival has announced its 2014 line-up, led by the likes of Action Bronson, AlunaGeorge, Baauer and Danny Brown. Taking over East Perth’s Wellington Square this December, the lineup also
Punters were already impressed with the calibre of the Future Music Festival 2014 lineup, with the likes of Deadmau5, Phoenix, and Macklemore set to feature as headliners, but organisers decided to do fans one better back in January, announcing Pharrell Williams as a last-minute addition. Pharrell is hot on the heels of what could arguably
Fresh from last weekend’s performance at the 86th Annual Academy Awards, Pharrell Williams has stepped onto Australian shores ahead of this weekend’s Future Music Festival in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide and two special headline shows in Brisbane and Perth. Due to unprecedented demand, the G I R L star’s Brisbane sideshow is being upgrading to
Future Music Festival is one of Australia’s premier electronic music festivals and with this year’s blockbuster lineup, the day delivered Brisbane all the bang-for-their-buck beats and festival vibes punters hoped for. You couldn’t have asked for festival weather more perfect than the cool breeze and beautiful sunshine of the day. Though it made waiting in
The lineups for Lollapalooza 2014‘s Chile and Argentina events have been unveiled, bringing the likes of Nine Inch Nails, Arcade Fire, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend, Pixies and many more to South American audiences, with some Antipodean names thrown in for good measure. Lollapalooza Chile will take place at Parque O’Higgins in Santiago from 29th-30th March, with
Good Life Festival 2014 brings you deadmau5, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Hardwell, and more!
Don’t know your Kalkbrenner from your Kaytranada? Allow us to introduce you…
It’s hard to imagine how the four people in this video thought their attempt at a Harlem Shake would end well. It’s almost as though they’ve never watched Funniest Home Videos, for if they had they would have realised they were in the perfect setting for things to go wrong. Unfortunately for them, but fortunately
Major Lazer has dropped the second free EP from the Lazer Strikes Back series, Lazer Strikes Back Vol.2. Lazer Strikes Back is a series of 3 records due to be released ahead of their forthcoming album Free The Universe and the latest EP features work from the likes of Flosstradamus, Baauer and Flux Pavilion. The
Having previously blasted Azealia Banks for her supposedly unauthorised use of his track Harlem Shake, the tables have now turned on DJ/Producer Baauer – he’s been busted by two separate artists for using their voices without permission in the worldwide smash and his record label Mad Decent has been dragged into the firing line with
Baauer must be losing his shit right about now. His Harlem Shake craze has gone so viral that the world’s most popular and iconic animated family have jumped on the bandwagon. Yep, The Simpsons have done their own version of the Harlem Shake – except that in true Springfield style, they’ve renamed their take on
Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart is now factoring in YouTube views for the first time in their 55 years of existence. As reported by Complex, the shift allows songs that are online sensations to be counted among the most popular radio singles and other hit songs that are disseminated and consumed via more traditional means.