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Could this be a hint towards the Splendour and Falls lineups?
15 local acts set to dominate next year.
FBI SMACs Festival drops more artists
Sydney’s FBi Radio have announced a mighty local lineup for their first ever Sydney, music, arts and culture (SMAC) Festival. As part of Sydney Festival, the community station have enlisted the likes of Cosmo’s Midnight, Vallis Alps, Dustin Tebbutt and Tuka, among others, to play an entirely homegrown event at Sydney’s Carriageworks in early January.
You know how they say the eldest child is usually the favourite? Well the Lorne leg of the 2015/2016 Falls Festival is getting a bit of extra special treatment, with 28 new acts announced for the bill. The original Falls site, now celebrating its 23rd year in action, completely sold out within hours of tickets
Tasmania’s all-ages camping festival Party In The Paddock has unveiled its impressively eclectic 2016 lineup, packing the likes of Aussie rockers Violent Soho, Spiderbait and The Preatures, along with rising stars such as Tkay Maidza and producer Roland Tings. Other acts on this year’s lineup include alt-rock outfit British India, electronic duo Vallis Alps, Adelaide
Vallis Alps had a lot to live up to last night. Coming off the high of their incredible EP, their smashing Splendour In The Grass set and headlining their first tour, Melbourne’s little Shebeen bar bandroom was jam packed with fans there to prove that they knew them before they were cool, because you know,
Splendour is a marathon. A three day, beautiful, musical marathon in which you only get out what you put in. Sure Day 1 is a pleasure. You’re there, you’re fresh, you’ve made it. Day 2, especially this year’s Day 2 was a treacherous, nearly impossible struggle with a magical Florence Welch shaped reward for those
Here’s a whole lot more Splendour to shove in your Grass. Just when you thought Splendour In The Grass 2015 couldn’t get any bigger, they’ve gone and dropped not one but TWO monster pre-party lineups that look like this. Byron Bay and Brisbane will both get a piece of the action this year, with the