Don’t delete the XCXs.
More like Crashmere Cat…
IF YOU WANNA BE MY LOVER
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Huge shows. Huge lineup.
This year’s Groovin The Moo train has been filled with cameos, largely involving Charli XCX. As well as jumping up onstage during Carmada’s set at Maitland over the weekend to perform On Fire, the English songbird also got collaborative during her Brisbane sideshow, pulling Adelaide rapper Tkay Maidza up to join her for a tilt
Normally when you tell people you’re heading to Groovin, advice comes in thick and fast to rug up and wear wellies. But this weekend Bendigo put on an absolute belter. Amongst the dust, with not a drop of rain in sight, hordes of facial-hair-sprouting, heat-stroke-defying, bucket-hat-wearing music lovers descended on the town’s Prince Of Wales
Aussie electronic duo Carmada — that’s LDRU and Yahtzel — have teamed up with Charli XCX on triple j‘s Like A Version this morning. Aside from their collab with the English pop-star, the Carmada boys also performed a cover of Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s Lean On. Currently in the country for Groovin The Moo
English singer-songwriter Charli XCX is set to perform three shows down Australia’s east coast this April/May, with rising Adelaide rapper Tkay Maidza in tow. The shows will take place whilst Charli XCX is in the country for Groovin The Moo 2015, and are promising to be packed with danceable pop anthems and plenty of energy.
The North American debut of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is upon us, and the inaugural Detroit iteration looks to be kicking things off with a bang, securing some of the hottest indie talent on the planet for their first roster. Joining indie heavyweights Sigur Ros and The National are Aussie favourites Chet Faker and Flume,
Though many us dreamed of being a famous musician during our teens, only to have our plans derailed by the harshness of reality and perhaps the occasional bong, English pop singer Charli XCX actually set about realising her adolescent ambitions. By 14 Charli XCX, real name Charlotte Aitchison, was already organising her own live performances
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