“I realise now that as a creature of love, the battles of all people fighting to love are also mine. And I will stand with them. Will you?”
“Sugar Mountain is a music festival for people who don’t always enjoy music festivals.”
Le1f has always gotten me a lil wet, but with the heavens opening wider than Miley Cyrus‘s mouth last night and drenching our fair city, he didn’t need any help. Arriving late due to the rain and missing dream boat Oscar Key Sung (who I heard was great, as always), the Oxford Art Factory was
It’s gonna be a new show for sure.
Le1f’s Riot Boi deserves a deep, lonesome listen.
His highly anticipated album Riot Boi due for release in later this year, New York City rapper Le1f has just announced he will be returning to Australia in January next year for a headline tour. Also appearing at Sugar Mountain Festival, it will be a whirlwind visit for the rapper, whose album drops on XL
Sugar Mountain has unleashed the stellar lineup taking to Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts in January 2016, featuring the likes of British electro outfit Hot Chip, Aussie rockers Dirty Three and homegrown hero Courtney Barnett. International acts such as Empress Of, Viet Cong and Julio Bashmore will also be heading down under for the
Sugar Mountain‘s full 2016 lineup is set to arrive next week, but one festival act has already announced their spot on the roster, and it’s none other than New York rapper Le1f. Le1f announced his Sugar Mountain appearance in a tweet (below) this morning, confirming he’ll be making his way down under in January for
New York rap talent and Macklemore critic, Le1f will soon be heading Down Under for spots at Meredith Festival and Perth’s Slanted and Enchanted. As part of the Meredith festivities, Le1f has announced a run of official sideshows. Khalif Diouf a.k.a. Le1f, has also added another boutique festival to his Australian schedule, making an appearance
Slanted and Enchanted have announced the lineup for their inaugural event in 2013, set to be carried out across Perth’s Astor Theatre and The Bakery, transforming the city into a choose-your-own-adventure musical playground for one night only on Saturday, 7th December. The delights will begin to unfold from 6pm local time at the Astor Theatre
Queer rapper Le1f has hit out at Macklemore and Ryan Lewis following their Video Music Awards wins for Best Hip-Hop Video and Best Video With a Social Message for their gay rights anthem Same Love, with the rapper claiming “gay people don’t care about your video about gay people”. New Yorker Le1f took to Twitter
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