Some changes are in order.
The first noms are in!
Featuring The Shins, Future Islands, Client Liaison, D.D Dumbo and heaps more.
“Laneway is that friend that nudges you (usually after a little protest) towards something you haven’t heard but knows you’ll love.”
They’re in the running for a cool $30K prize.
His first live shows in two years.
The world’s festival indeed.
What a year for Aussie music.
Feat. Kurt Vile, Margaret Glaspy, D.D Dumbo and more.
Get them in your ears, stat.
“This is a focused, assured effort from an artist that has made good on every past claim that bigger, better things were to come.”
‘Utopia Defeated’ is shaping up to be one very exciting Summer soundtrack.
Danny Brown, Hermitude and more!
Queenscliff Music Festival 2014 has dropped the first lineup announcement for its 2014 gathering. In late spring, the coastal Victorian town will host ARIA-charting act The Jezabels, Victorian local Xavier Rudd, folk group The Waifs, Australian country music queen Kasey Chambers, alternative rock legends The Church, Tripod featuring Eddie Perfect, Grammy-nominated soul act Hiatus Kaiyote,
Following the recent announcements that Adelaide rapper AllDay and a bunch of triple j unearthed winners will be joining the Groovin The Moo 2014 lineup, today several new, local acts have been added to packed bills in each state. The new acts will join the likes of Disclosure and Karnivool as the festival kicks off
UPDATE 02/10/14: The Laneway Festival 2015 lineup has been revealed! Following the lineup announcement of a Secret Sounds showcase at this year’s SXSW, which many hope dropped clues about lineups for Splendour In The Grass and Falls Festival, Laneway organisers have now announced Kirin J Callinan and Eagulls as part of their own showcase. A
One of Melbourne’s most cherished community radio stations, PBS 106.7 FM have announced the first round of acts set to play their annual PBS Drive Live 2014, which kicks off Monday, 3rd February, featuring Courtney Barnett, Hiatus Kaiyote, The Murlocs, D.D Dumbo, and more. It works like this: three acts will take over three studios
Secret Garden is all set to bring something a little green and a little quirky back to the fringes of Sydney in 2014, with The Rubens, Papa Vs Pretty and The Trouble with Templeton heading up the boutique festival favourite’s first lineup announcement of the bands and DJs set to rock your world come February.
Five-piece indie-pop dreamers Snakadaktal will be hitting the ground running in 2014, dropping their new EP The Sun II on 3rd January and then setting off for some headlining shows at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory and Melbourne’s Howler. The Melbourne-based band are no strangers to the busy schedule. They released their debut LP Sleep In