A glimpse into what it’s like to be one of the country’s most in-demand acts on the biggest regional festival tour in town.
Groovin The Moo 2016
Police are appealing for help from punters
We sent reporter Jules LeFevre backstage with MS MR for an intimate behind the scenes hang.
Soothin the Mood
“If the NSW government could have its way, Groovin The Moo would have been attended by a small family of virginal puritans who love playing catch-the-cross and hymn-karaoke.”
One is in a critical condition.
Time to get your highlighter out.
12 years since the release of the self titled debut album, Ratatat have always been a bit of a dark horse on the global music stage. Always present but rarely in the spotlight, they have built their career up inch by inch over the years, eschewing the industry’s constant recycling of trends and artists perpetually
Just off the back of an epic U.S. tour!
Huge news with an international act added just weeks out.
Less than a month out, two internationals have cancelled and been replaced by two big-name locals.
Sideshows kick off end of April.
Eat Your Heart Out, Wafia and Grenadiers among emerging local artists added to the bill.
What a year it’s shaping up to be for The Rubens. Only two months in and the band has already conquered Triple J’s Hottest 100 with the single Hoops, scored a spot on the Groovin the Moo lineup and announced their own headlining tour of Aus. With plans to write on the road and take their
Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth are all getting some extra Twenty One Pilots action.
Bring a palm tree and get free entry.
RATATAT will return to Aus in 2016 for four dates of Groovin The Moo sideshows in selected capital cities.
A roundup of all the sideshows announced for Groovin The Moo 2016
For those who don’t want to go rural or simply want to see them twice.
This year’s GTM roster is fresh outta’ the oven.