Lock em’ in.
A roundup of all the sideshows announced for Groovin The Moo 2016
The US duo are heading back to Australia for the third time in just over a year.
The ’boutique’ Listen Out festival signals the start of the party season, and 2015’s Melbourne instalment proved auspicious. Now in its third year, Listen Out found a new home, leaving the Observatory for St Kilda’s Catani Gardens — and, being above the foreshore and surrounded by palms, it had a carnival resort atmosphere. Inhaling salty
Seattle’s ODESZA have ushered in a contra-EDM movement with their bassy, deep and glitchy melotronica. Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight even enjoyed a latent crossover hit with the pretty Say My Name (featuring Zyra) off 2014’s In Return. The combo again toured Australia with their live show last summer. Now they’re back to headline the
Head here for the Listen Out 2015 set times! It’s officially here. After a few names leaked earlier today, the full lineup for the third annual Listen Out festival has arrived, featuring the likes of Childish Gambino, SBTRKT and Joey Bada$$. This year’s Listen Out lineup also includes acts such as Odesza, Alison Wonderland and
It’s all over, folks. Two jam-packed weekends of Coachella madness have come to a close, and whether you were kicking it in the California desert or chilling out and watching things unfold at home via the festival live-stream, Coachella 2015 sure did provide us with a bunch of memorable moments. With the festival packing up,
Melbourne-based festival, Sugar Mountain, took a break in 2014, but it’s returned this year, rejuvenated and armed with its best lineup yet. Sugar Mountain has previously hosted the likes of The Dirty Projectors, Action Bronson, Deerhoof and Shabazz Palaces, but 2015 sees it welcome its most diverse, jam-packed bill. Headlined by Nas, performing his iconic
Performing ‘Illmatic’ in full!
Fans in Sydney and Melbourne were left to merely ogle the quality of talent parading on the other side of the continent earlier this month, when Perth-based promoters announced the first lineup for Circo II, featuring Bloc Party‘s Kele Okereke. But they needn’t be green with jealousy any longer. Falcona Touring have today announced a
Following AJ Maddah‘s January proclamation that “there will be zero festivals going to WA in 2015,” Perth-based collectives Metric and ICSSC have decided form an underground resistance, announcing the first lineup for Circo II, featuring Kele, Violent Soho, DMA’s, and more. After a wildly successful inaugural year in 2013, which saw 1,000 Circo tickets move