Listen Out 2013

  • Listen Out Melbourne Ends In $10k Drug Arrest
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    Listen Out Melbourne Ends In $10k Drug Arrest

    Listen Out 2013 Melbourne took place at the Royal Botanic Gardens yesterday, with a statement released by Victoria Police indicating that the day yielded a $10,000 drug bust for the police. Police had previously praised the conduct of punters at the Brisbane leg of the event. ABC News reports that $10,000 worth of the designer

  • NSW Police Praise Listen Out Attendees, Charge 95 Of Them
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    NSW Police Praise Listen Out Attendees, Charge 95 Of Them

    The inaugural Listen Out festival kicked off in Sydney yesterday, with over 9000 happy punters attending the event. New South Wales Police praised the conduct of the Listen Out crowd, who were treated to performances by Disclosure and Azealia Banks, despite the day ending with 95 charges. Police were in full-force, targeting drug and alcohol

  • Listen Out 2013 Lineup Gets Even Bigger, Third Stage Added
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    Listen Out 2013 Lineup Gets Even Bigger, Third Stage Added

    For their maiden event, Listen Out organisers are pulling out all stops to ensure their first impression with the punters is as positive as possible. Already bursting at the seams, the line up has now grown even further with the addition or an eclectic range of artists. Beloved local hero Beni will be enchanting audiences

  • AlunaGeorge Announce Listen Out Sideshow For Sydney
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    AlunaGeorge Announce Listen Out Sideshow For Sydney

    Scheduled to make their Australian debut this October as part of the inaugural Listen Out festival party, UK duo AlunaGeorge have announced they will be playing just one headlining sideshow while in town, so Sydney – this one’s for you. The fusion of vocalist Aluna Francis and beat-maker George Reid caused an absolute fuss even

  • AlunaGeorge Stream Debut Album ‘Body Music’ In Full
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    AlunaGeorge Stream Debut Album ‘Body Music’ In Full

    UK electro duo AlunaGeorge have today released their debut album Body Music in Australia but instead of expecting you to take the plunge and shell out the clams straightaway the pair are streaming the release online in full so you can try before you buy. The creative child of vocalist Aluna Francis and production wiz

  • Azealia Banks Confirms “Amazing” Studio Session With Disclosure
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    Azealia Banks Confirms “Amazing” Studio Session With Disclosure

    Wait on, what’s this? A contemporary, buzzworthy outfit that Azealia Banks doesn’t hate? Well now we’ve heard it all. The habitually crossing-the-line Harlem rapper has taken to the battlefield that is her Twitter account to tell the world she was just in the studio with UK EDM wunderkinds, and current talk of the town Disclosure.

  • No Plans To Bring Back Parklife, Says Fuzzy Boss
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    No Plans To Bring Back Parklife, Says Fuzzy Boss

    For anyone lamenting the cancellation of Parklife this year and shaking their fist at the recently announced Listen Out line up, well, this isn’t going to be your favourite story. In an interview with Pedestrian, top dog John Wall from promotions powerhouse Fuzzy has explained that the company has no pressing urge to continue with

  • OutsideIn Festival Accuses Fuzzy Of Ripping Off Logo & “Rebranding” Parklife
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    OutsideIn Festival Accuses Fuzzy Of Ripping Off Logo & “Rebranding” Parklife

    Organisers behind beloved Sydney boutique festival OutsideIn have taken to Facebook to address similarities between their own logo and that of Fuzzy’s newly announced “touring party”, Listen Out. As you can see in the below image, the resemblance is quite similar and, as both festivals’ mission statements focus on the same niche ‘better, not bigger’

  • No Parklife Festival For 2013, Fuzzy Announce New Touring Event Listen Out
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    No Parklife Festival For 2013, Fuzzy Announce New Touring Event Listen Out

    Promoters Fuzzy have quashed any speculation regarding the line up for Parklife 2013 after revealing that they’re retiring the brand, for this year at least. Instead, the organisers have announced what they call a “desperately needed” touring event they’ve dubbed Listen Out, a national “intelligent dance music event” set to hit Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and

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