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Chet Faker, Flight Facilities and Father John Misty are just some of the names emblazoned on the gigan-a-mous bill for WA’s new Disconnect Festival. The three-day camping extravaganza, situated in the picturesque Fairbridge Village just one hour south of Perth, is scheduled to take place this December, from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th. With the
The Meredith Music Festival 2015 sideshows are flooding in. Father John Misty, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Neon Indian and Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats have all already announced sideshows and now we have a few more to add to that. Alternative darling Julia Holter will be performing a few extra dates with a new Have You
Brand-spanking-new Aussie event Fairgrounds Festival has named the very first acts to be added to its very first lineup, including the likes of American singer-songwriter Father John Misty, rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra and New York rocktronica duo Ratatat. Hosted in the town of Berry on the NSW South Coast, Fairgrounds Festival 2015 will also see
What with the slew of 90s indie/rock albums getting a reissue in recent years, it seems we’ve had to wait a long time for Mercury Rev‘s excellent 1998 album Deserter’s Songs to get the updating and reappraisal it deserves. The wait is over, however, with Pitchfork revealing that Deserter’s Songs will be reissued on May