A$AP Rocky, Wiz Khalifa, Flume, London Grammar and plenty more for Sydney’s New Year’s Day festival!
The organisers of The Origin have unveiled a mega lineup for their New Year’s Eve 2013 event, announcing two of the biggest stars in hip-hop, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Rocky as headliners for what Origin have described as one of their best rosters yet. Judging by the headliners alone, who could argue? Origin began on
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
Two artists at the top of their game: Childish Gambino – dominating the world of rap, and Flux Pavillion – dominating the world of bass music. The two recently collaborated on the monstrous track Do or Die that was released on Flux Pavillion’s new EP Blow the Roof. In an exclusive interview with Music Feeds,
Although he had many convinced that he was releasing an album, Josh Steele aka Flux Pavillion instead opted for an 8-track bombshell EP Blow the Roof. It dropped on January 28, bringing his talent as a musician and producer to the fore with collaborations with Childish Gambino (could be the first of many) and Sway.
Bass identity Flux Pavilion has had one hell of a night. After holding a free gig in conjunction with MTV, the British electronic kingpin was forced to cut his set short after the LAPD had their jimmies rustled by a sudden influx of fans attempting to get into the 1,500 capacity venue. According to reports,
Two of Stereosonic‘s headliners have teamed up to smash out a track destined to be blasted loud when the festival makes its way around the country in November and December. Major Lazer and Flux Pavilion have come up with Jah No Partial – a track that Stereosonic’s honchos are describing as one that “delivers plenty