It’s not often that the local acts almost outweigh the international heavy weights, and yeah, while nothing can overshadow the almost legendary status of Public Enemy, quite a few of the local stars of 2012 GTM sure showed they can hold their own.
Groovin The Moo 2012
I wish I could give you an accurate figure, but there is unfortunately no way for me to determine the exact amount of moo that was grooved at the Maitland Showgrounds yesterday. I know, I know.
It looks as though the positive feedback from the previous legs of the 2012 GTM has spread with the announcement that Bunbury joins Bendigo, Maitland and Townsville on the ‘Officially Sold Out’ list. In what is fast becoming an institution, Groovin’ The Moo has become a massive favourite amongst punters. The Bendigo and Townsville shows
It wasn’t so long ago that The Getaway Plan did just that: devise a method of escape from dealing with the demands of success or perhaps more accurately, excess.
Andrew W.K. was bottled on several occasions during his shambolic set at yesterday’s opening leg of the Groovin’ The Moo festival in Bendigo. In what I could honestly say was one of the worst performances I’ve seen by any artist at a festival, fans turned on Mr. W.K. as he pounded away franticly at his
Featuring its most diverse and cred-filled lineup yet, it’s no surprise the Bendigo leg of Groovin’ The Moo sold out in record time this year (two days). However, mother nature and the phone gods weren’t completely on side, as 15,000 punters and I endured shivering conditions and terrible reception at the Bendigo Showgrounds – the first
The winner of Groovin The Moo’s GTM Tee Three competition, Cory Thompson, has been stripped of his prize (iPad, tickets to GTM and a bunch of other stuff) after it was revealed he plagiarised the winning design. The competition called on artists to design a T Shirt that would be sold at the festival merchandise
At this stage in his career Andrew Wilkes Krier, more commonly known as Andrew W.K., needs little introduction.
Groovin The Moo 2012 has released the timetables/set times for Bendigo, Townsville, Maitland, Canberra and Bunbury.
Dallas Green is pinching himself that he’s spending pretty much all of May playing around Australia under his solo alter-ego, City and Colour.
Hey Gen Y, what do we believe is our greatest challenge in life? WAITING.
Groovin The Moo 2012 has announced the local artists for each event, joining the recently announced unearthed winners and main lineup that includes the likes of Public Enemy, Kaiser Chiefs, City and Colour and Kimbra. You can find out the artists for each event below. So far the Bendigo and Maitland events are sold out.
Groovin The Moo 2012 organisers have announced the winners of the triple j Unearthed competition who’ll be playing on the lineup with the likes of Public Enemy, Kaiser Chiefs, City and Colour and Kimbra.
Groovin The Moo 2012 organisers have announced that Maitland has now officially sold out, following on from Bendigo, whish sold out a few weeks ago. This goes to show how popular this festival is. Tickets are still on sale for Townsville, Canberra and Bunbury at just under $100. The festival offers over 25 acts, playing
After barely surviving the self-described ‘completely unenjoyable’ process of recording 2009’s Armistice and parting ways with original guitarist Greg Hill, the indie rocking four-piece from New Orleans known as MUTEMATH retreated into frontman Paul Meany’s home studio
Charming, humble and with a grassroots philosophy, it’s not hard to figure out why the pop rock duo known as Big Scary are rapidly amassing fans around Australia. Their 2011 debut LP Vacation is chocked full of lush melodies that create an instant rapport with its audience and has earned Big Scary high praise throughout
Groovin the Moo 2012 organisers announce Chiddy Bang will no longer be on the line-up. They have chosen to cancel their Australian commitments to focus on new TV and radio promotional opportunities for their upcoming album in the USA. However, Brisbane funsters Ball Park Music will now be joining the festival, on the back of
Fremantle’s indie-popsters San Cisco have announced Australian tour dates this April and May, dubbed the Rocket Ship Tour
Groovin The Moo 2012 organiser’s have announced that the first event in Bendigo has now officially Sold Out. This is the third sell-out in a row for Bendigo, and goes to show how popular that leg of the tour is. Stephen Halpin, Cattleyard Promotions has commented on the news. “I was pretty confident that we
US wunderkinds Wavves have announced an Australian tour in May on the back of their appearance on the Groovin The Moo 2012 line-up. They made their first trip here last year with a small club tour and a blistering set at Golden Plains, and now they’re back to play some bigger and better venues. The