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Rudimental capped off their Australian tour in style last night.
Complete with footage of Ed Sheeran getting his beard trimmed.
Set to travel to our sunny shores in December for some headline shows, UK electronic quartet Rudimental have just announced a run of after party DJ sets to cap off their live shows. Taking in the east coast capitals and hopping across the Nullarbor to Perth, get set for some high octane and eccentric dance
British dance group Rudimental are already heading to Australia later this year to support Ed Sheeran on his arena dates and now they have added headline shows. The creators of Not Giving In, which entered the Hottest 100 of 2012 at number 16, will play a show in Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, showing off
After announcing his second Australian tour of 2015 last week, English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has revealed that fellow Britons Rudimental and Northern Irish troubadour Foy Vance will be joining him on his upcoming national tour this November and December. Rudimental were last on Australian shores in 2014, but are returning to support all of Sheeran’s
One mega Australian tour a year isn’t enough for UK troubadour Ed Sheeran, who has just gone ahead and announced another Australia tour for November and December 2015, playing dates in his biggest Australian venues so far. Ed Sheeran’s second Australian tour of 2015, and fifth visit in four years, will kick off on November
A sharp songwriting mind and a soulful croon have come together in 23-year-old Yorkshire singer John Newman, known for being the sterling voice in Rudimental‘s Feel the Love and his own UK chart-topper Love Me Again, and now this young talent is making his way to Australia this April and May. Newman is one of
Nominations for the 2014 Brit awards have been revealed in London with English electro duo Disclosure and pop rock outfit Bastille topping the nominations list with four nods apiece. They are followed closely by pop singer Ellie Goulding and dance collective Rudimental, who each scored three nominations. Other acts up for the prestigious music award
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UPDATE: The first Future Music Festival 2014 lineup is here! UK masters of D&B Rudimental have confirmed to Music Feeds that they will once again wreak havoc on the stages of Future Music Festival, returning to Australia for the fourth time in just two years to play at FMF 2014. The lads are currently in
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The 2013 nominees for the prestigious Mercury Prize have been announced, with the award that seeks to recognise “recorded music of all genres by British or Irish artists” shortlisting David Bowie, Arctic Monkeys and Laura Marling among its 12 finalists. The award, which has been running since 1992 as an alternative to the Brit Awards,
Genre-skipping, mad collab-makin’ English quartet Rudimental have just announced that they’ll be heading back to Australian shores for a string of headlining shows in September, less than 12 months after their first trip, and this time they’re upsizing to bigger venues all across the country. The boys from Hackney released their debut album Home at
With so much success already it’s easy to forget that Rudimental is yet to release their debut album. Home is due out Friday, 3rd May and will, finally, collect together hit singles Feel The Love, Not Giving In, and most recently Waiting All Night along with a bevy of new material. When Waiting All Night
Home, the much anticipated debut album from British drum and bass quartet Rudimental, will be released in Australia on 3rd May. The group released their lead single Feel The Love mid last year, which features singer John Newman, whose old-school soul-influenced vocals combat the modern wobbly dubstep bassline. It instantly topped UK charts. They backed
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Take three of the hottest DJ acts, put them against the stunning Sydney Harbour backdrop, grab yourself a free ticket and + 1 and turn up the sound and you have the rocking new floating festival You+1 brought to you by Durex. Stepping up to the decks and providing inimitable summer beats are none other