A sandstorm of talent.
DUH DUH DUH DUH DUHHHHHH
“Duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun! Dun dun dun dun dun!”
It’s been a strange week in Aussie politics.
‘Kiss From A Sandstorm’ was truly majestic.
Sure it’s a celebration of the cliché, but that’s part of the fun.
The sandstorm just got bigger.
YUS, bring on ‘Sandstorm Pt. 2 feat. Rick Astley’!
The Floppotron is back with a banger.
Brace for a Sandstorm.
Ready for more?
Trolls wreak havoc on Hottest 100 Wikipedia page, editing 2015 winners to include Tony Abbot, Shannon Noll, Justin Bieber and Darude.
Those feeling nostalgic now that Finnish DJ and trance hero Darude has left the country after his stint here for Future Music, now have a new way to get their Sandstorm fix, thanks to the fine people at YouTube. In what is arguable the best April Fools Day gag of the year, YouTube have introduced
Drake, The Prodigy and Avicii compete for the spotlight!
Returning to Future Music Festival after a three year hiatus, I was a little skeptical. I ventured to Randwick Racecourse pondering my last experience. Future ’12 was full of fond memories and killer acts, but the overall festival experience was a off, and I left a little sour – hence my hiatus. After preaching promises
Finnish DJ and trance hero Darude has confirmed he will play additional sideshows at various club, while he is in the country as a part of Future Music Festival. Speaking with Music Feeds at the festival’s first stop in Sydney today, the Sandstorm producer let the cat out of the proverbial bag about impending sideshow
If you’re aching at the thought of your friends being at Falls Festival without you right now, this ain’t gonna help. Aussie garage punks and closeted trance fans DZ Deathrays smashed out an epic cover of Finnish DJ Darude‘s Sandstorm earlier today, whipping the crowd into a frenzy and promptly trampling your hopes of an
After Peking Duk outed themselves as shameless crowd-pleasers at Stereosonic this year, dropping the oft-aped, never-fail 1999 trance anthem Sandstorm to rapturous acclaim, Future Music Festival organisers have gone one better and added the man himself, Darude, to their lineup for 2015. Demand for Darude down under has been steadily building this year, and Future