Now *this* is what you call a debut lineup.
The boutique camping festival is back with a huge roster.
Organisers of the exclusive The Hills Are Alive festival have today announced the first lineup for the event’s seventh edition, which includes some of the country’s best up-and-coming talent like Melbourne MC Remi, Canberra trio Safia, Tassie punks Luca Brasi and alt-country artist Jen Cloher. Also amongst the 23 names kicking off the lineup for
FBi Radio have named Melbourne solo producer LUCIANBLOMKAMP (pictured) and Sydney band The Walking Who as winners of the 2014 Northern Lights Competition. Both acts beat out almost 600 other entries from around the country, including some very impressive finalists. For winning the 2014 Northern Lights Competition, both LUCIANBLOMKAMP and The Walking Who will perform
Returning after a very successful inaugural year, the Paradise Music Festival has announced the lineup for its über hip 2014 edition, led by the eccentric Kirin J Callinan, Melbourne based singer-songwriter Oscar Key Sung and Perth-based electro outfit Crooked Colours. As it did last year, the 2014 Paradise Music Festival will take place on the
Sydney’s FBi Radio have announced the finalists of their nation-wide 2014 Northern Lights competition, which offers solo artists and music producers the chance to travel to Iceland to play the prestigious Iceland Airwaves Festival in November this year. From the hundreds of entries, a shortlist of 10 acts has been announced and now a free
Melbourne’s favourite all-ages festival, Push Over, will be back for its 22nd year in 2014, taking over Sidney Myer Music Bowl on the Labour Day public holiday, Monday, March 10th, and offering a smattering of glorious hip hop, rock, indie, hardcore and punk for you to feast on. If you’re into a bit of Aussie