Grab a fire extinguisher because this lineup is HOTTTTTTTTTT
Salt N Pepa
Adelaide and Darwin won’t be missing out on the ‘Ice Ice Baby’ action.
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The lineup of new Aussie music festival The Bureau has expanded, with three more massive acts added to the inaugural bill. American Motown legends The Temptations, ’90s dance pop idols C+C Music Factory and ’80s new-wave locals Pseudo Echo have all been booked for Melbourne’s newest end-of-year break-up party. It follows American hip-hop outfit Salt
American hip-hop outfit Salt N Pepa have screwed the shaker on their upcoming performance at Melbourne’s brand new boutique music festival The Bureau, just two days after being announced on the inaugural bill. The iconic duo of Cheryl James and Sandra Denton were second-billed under ‘the screaming eagle of soul’ Charles Bradley on an impressive
Melbourne’s brand-new boutique festival The Bureau has announced its impressive inaugural lineup, featuring the likes of ‘the screaming eagle of soul’ Charles Bradley and homegrown talents Saskwatch and Andy Bull. Other acts named on the first-ever The Bureau lineup include Tasmanian singer-songwriter Asta, “Australia’s hardest hitting Hammond Organ Trio” Cookin’ On 3 Burners and local
Wedged in amongst the Sydney metropolis, the Domain was yesterday host to the annual New Year’s Field Day Festival. The stellar line-up delivered on what was a sweaty Sydney Thursday filled with epic performances and staggeringly overpriced drinks. After emerging artists Moon Holiday, Accaddamy and Kilter kicked off at midday, Thundamentals began dropping the first
Iconic all-female hip hop outfit Salt N Pepa will reunite with Australian fans soon as a part of the massive Falls Festival, Southbound and Field Day lineups and have now announced the addition of a one-off Melbourne headline show to their tour schedule. Cheryl James (Salt), Sandra Denton (Pepa) and their partner in crime DJ
Alt-J, Danny Brown, SBTRKT, Todd Terje and more!
Alt-J, Röyksopp & Robyn & more!
One of the most iconic all-female hip hop outfits to survive the ’80s, Salt N Pepa have announced yet another tour of Australia. Their last Down Under trip was only back in 2011 so it hasn’t been too long between drinks for fans, but we don’t hear anyone complaining. For more than 25 years, Salt