Alongside fellow producer UV Boi.
Featuring more artists than ever before!
“I’ll be exploring the whole ‘sex money power’ theme in full effect.”
Lineup announced for a set of eight all-ages shows this January.
One of the latest additions to Sydney’s boutique festival market, the inaugural Soundscape festival has us here at Music Feeds pretty pumped up. Set to take over the Greenwood Hotel in North Sydney on Saturday 28th November with a line up packed with local talent, we’ve been quietly frothing as the date approaches, with these
After taking a brief vacation last year, Groovin The Moo offshoot music festival The Plot has just unveiled the official lineup for its big return in 2015. Heading up the bill for this year’s event will be an eclectic selection of artists from across Australia and the world, including Art Vs Science, Asta, Boo Seeka,
Sydney-siders have just been served a brand new music festival, outside the lock-out zones and on the same day as Stereosonic 2015. The inaugural Soundscape festival, which is not to be confused with the now-defunct Tasmanian event of the same name, has dropped an impressive bill of local acts, topped by Basenji, Touch Sensitive, UV
Boutique Sydney music festival OutsideIn has placed the cherry on top of the lineup adding an international act and a final few local names to the 2015 bill. Perth producer Sable, Brisbane whizkid UV boi and indie-pop princess Montgomery are all joining the bill holding up the local contingent while Detroit house and hip-hop master
By almost 50 new acts!
Tkay Maidza is the hardest working girl on the Australian music scene right now. The pint-sized rapper has today announced a five-date M.O.B National Tour which is in addition to her Groovin The Moo sets and support dates for Charli XCX. Without even taking time to breathe, Maidza hopped straight off the Laneway Festival bandwagon
6 shortlisted Unearthed acts, 6 great Aussie videos!
Sydney independent dance label Future Classic has unveiled the lineup for their new Xmas Weekender Christmas parties. The festive event will make its way to Melbourne and Sydney venues this December. The cult label will be bringing along some noted international guests who will be playing their debut Australian shows. Acts include Lido, who made
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