Alongside fellow producer UV Boi.
Tickets on sale this Thursday!
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
We chat to Brisbane producer on the up and up, Young Franco, all about his new music and first ever headline tour of Australia! Grab all the deets for the gigs here.
Southbound is getting tropical, dropping the lineup for its Coconut Club which is now in its tenth year of bringing beach vibes to the West Australian festival. Aussie producers Elk Road, Kilter, Young Franco, Luke Million and Paces will all take to the club, getting punters dancing on the sandy dance floors surrounded by beach
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
Miami Horror are back with a vengeance, returning from sold out shows across North and South America with a homecoming tour to toast the release of their sophomore album, All Possible Futures. The indie-electronica luminaries will celebrate being back on Australian soil by playing shows across Adelaide, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Hobart this August,
Get ready to take to the seas.
Organisers of Sydney event NYE On The Harbour have unveiled a second lineup, with The Aston Shuffle (pictured), Young Franco, Mickey Kojak and more now set to help bring in the new year. NYE On The Harbour, set to take place at Sydney’s Cargo Full Venue, will now feature a DJ set from Canberra duo
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
Brisbane’s free and all-ages festival, Valley Fiesta, has revealed its first lineup announcement for 2014. This year’s annual street party will be headlined by Australian rocker Dan Sultan, young Adelaide rapper Allday, electronic musician Motez and triple j Unearthed 2013 winner Remi. The festival will also feature a special set from one of Australia’s leading
Red Bull Music Academy stage returns!
In 2013 it was universally agreed that Young Franco would be one to watch in 2014. His debut Futurefunk EP, which he released for free online, was a critically acclaimed combination of funk, disco, hip-hop, and chiptune, so it’s no wonder Sydney events company Falcona have signed him. At just 19 years old, he’s become
At just 19 years old, Young Franco is the latest talent to be uncovered by Australia’s booming EDM scene, which has a seemingly endless well of prodigious talent ready to set their sights on world domination. Young Franco’s latest salvo is titled Brooklyn, off the Pilerats Rat Pack #1 compilation. The rising star first turned
It’s a matter of taking your pick with this eclectic and appealing slew of freshly announced tours from diesel-fuelled rockers Gay Paris, the ever karmically aligned N’fa Jones, Christian metalcore brutalisers Prepared Like a Bride, and quickly rising electronic prodigy Young Franco. It’ll be your last chance to check out Gay Paris before they retreat
The Sunshine Coasts’s most iconic tribute to giant fruit will one again be the stage for an impressive list of Australian and New Zealand (and one US) talent as The Big Pineapple Music Festival announces its 2014 lineup. Following a successful sold-out debut this year, the festival returns on Saturday 17th May 2014 with crowd