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The third instalment of the Let Them Eat Cake festival will return to the lush surrounds of Werribee Park next year where punters will ring in the first day of 2015, and today organisers have confirmed its official lineup. The official announcement confirms that the New Year’s Day festival will play host to the likes
The lineup for 2015′s Let Them Eat Cake festival, which will take place in Werribee, Victoria on New Year’s Day, is set to officially drop this coming Monday but it may have already leaked thanks to a festival poster found on the streets of Melbourne. Spotted by Music Feeds near Victoria Park station in Collingwood,
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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
Norwegian producer, DJ, and all-round lateral thinker Cashmere Cat has generated a considerable amount of buzz between his 2012 debut EP, Mirror Maru, his remix of Miguel’s Do You, and his acclaimed DJ appearances. He’s now announced two Laneway Festival 2014 sideshows. Cashmere Cat recently announced the release of his new Wedding Bells EP via
Today’s Record Roundup brings you Lateral-thinking Scandinavian EDM with lounge and club music influences from Cashmere Cat, diagonal synths and tom tom-backed harmonies sung in London accents from the UK’s Thumpers, and album news from punky urchins Little Bastard. Cashmere Cat – Wedding Bells EP Norway-bred producer/DJ/turntablist Cashmere Cat has made good on the acclaim