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Listen Out 2013 Lineup Gets Even Bigger, Third Stage Added

Written by Mike Hohnen on September 5, 2013

For their maiden event, Listen Out organisers are pulling out all stops to ensure their first impression with the punters is as positive as possible. Already bursting at the seams, the line up has now grown even further with the addition or an eclectic range of artists.

Beloved local hero Beni will be enchanting audiences nation-wide with his smooth blend of electro with house maestro John Glover throwing his hat into the ring. Underground disco coinsure Paradise Lost have also been confirmed and promising a wall of 80’s style deep house is Slow Blow.

Future Classic club member Hayden James is in as well as Softwar and Yahtzel. All of the new additions will be tearing it up from the newly announced Red Bull Crate Diggers stage.

Below you can check out the official roster for how the new additions will play out for the day. The inaugural event is looking more and more like utopia with Disclosure, TNGHT and the always eventful Azealia Banks previously confirmed.

Watch: Listen Out 2013 Coming Soon

Listen Out 2013 Second Lineup Announcement
Hayden James
Lancelot
Softwar
Yahtzel

Crate Diggers Stage:
Beni plays early 2000s electro
John Glover plays house 1999
Paradise Lost play underground disco
Slow Blow play 80s deep house
Sosueme DJs play 90s R&B

Joining…

Disclosure (Live)
Azealia Banks
TNGHT (Live)
Duke Dumont
Alunageorge
Classixx (Live)
Miguel Campbell
John Talabot (Live)
Just Blaze
RüFüS
Touch Sensitive
Laura Jones

Tix: From $89+bf, on sale midday Thursday, 27th June from http://www.listen-out.com.au

Listen Out dates and venues

Saturday, 28th September
Sydney, Centennial Park, 2pm-10pm

Sunday, 29th September
Perth, Ozone Reserve, 2pm-10pm

Saturday, 5th October
Melbourne, Observatory Precinct, Royal Botanic Gardens, 2pm-10pm

Sunday, 6th October
Brisbane, Cultural Forecourt, Southbank, 2pm-10pm

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