Michael Crafter, frontman of Australian hardcore outfit Confession, has lashed out at Perth Soundwave fans who took to social media today to vent their frustrations that the Soundwave 2015 festival won’t be stopping in Western Australia.
Soundwave’s AJ Maddah has confirmed that newly-announced Soundwave 2015 headlining acts Faith No More and Slipknot will not be playing Soundwave sideshows when they hit the country for the festival in February 2015.
Cronulla’s favourite alleyway festival is back for another round, with the one-day Sounds Of The Suburbs 2014 festival announcing its lineup will be led by reformed roots outfit The Beautiful Girls, US alt-rap eccentrics Antwon and Californian alt-rockers Tomorrows Tulips.
Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters may have just delivered the most elaborate ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video yet, taking the viral charity stunt to a whole new level by reenacting the classic prom scene from the 1976 high-school horror film Carrie.
The fittingly named Gorgeous Festival will return to South Australia’s McLaren Vale this year and has unveiled its stellar 2014 lineup, led by Australian roots music treasures Xavier Rudd, The Waifs and The Beautiful Girls.
Today’s Record Roundup is showcasing the best the East Coast has to offer, with forthcoming new releases from Sydney’s favourite ghost folk charmers, Little May, a bold new step for Melbourne’s own Bored Nothing, and the long-awaited debut EP from Brisbane powerhouse The Ninjas.
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.