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Watch: Parklife 2012 – Artists Live Preview

Written by Alex Langlands on June 26, 2012

Parklife 2012 has already dropped its mammoth lineup, and it truly will be the best possible way to come out of hibernation this winter. Sporting its usual four-stage setup (aside from a change of venue in Sydney) the festival layout will remain as vibrant and exciting as ever.

After the extremely successful 2011 leg of the festival, there was a slight hesitation as to whether it could be outdone, and by the looks of things they truly are off to a great start. Early bird tickets are on sale today, while general release will start from July 3rd at midday. You’ll have to be quick as Parklife is shaping up to be the best possible start to the spring/summer festival season.

The lineup itself is immensely vibrant, ranging from the UK’s dubstep kings Nero to our own trippy-rockers Tame Impala, it’s sure to be a day to remember. In the lead up to the event Music Feeds have compiled the best live videos from the lineup to give you just a taste of what’s to come; we’re excited.

The Presets – This Boys in Love (Sound Relief 2009)

Nero – Guilt (Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2011)

Passion Pit – Sleepyhead (Big Day Out 2010 Sydney)

Plan B – Writing’s On The Wall (Live at Cafe de Paris)

Justice (Dj Set) – We Are Your Friends (Live at Webster Hall)

Rusko – Terminal 5 (NYC 2011)

Tame Impala Tame Impala – Desire Be Desire Go (Falls Festival)

Chiddy Bang – Ray Charles (Live on Jay Leno)

Robyn – Call Your Girlfriend (Live at Melt Festival 2011)

DJ Fresh – Louder (Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend)

Chairlift – Sidewalk Safari (Live Take 11/11/11)

Labrinth – Earthquake (BBC 1 Xtra Live 2011 in Manchester)

Wiley (1Xtra Live, Coventry)

Parachute Youth – Cant Get Better Than This (LIVE at Survivor Melbourne)

Jack Beats (Live the Warehouse Project)

Hermitude (full Set) Live at Peats Ridge 2011

Modestep (Live Bestival 2011)

Rizzle Kicks – Mama Do the Hump (Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend)

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