Enter the House Of Voodoo.
With a whole host of local talent, the festival held in the shade of one of our biggest faux fruits looks to be living up to its namesake.
What’s more, a stack of them are free.
UPDATE 22/10/15: Mountain Sounds Festival has dropped its first 2016 lineup announcement, including acts such as The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., Melbourne indie outfit Alpine, dance trio Art vs Science and the event’s headliners, The Jezabels. Dear Sir/Madam, You are cordially invited to take part in the third annual Mountain Sounds festival, taking place
Happy campers heading to this year’s Splendour In The Grass festival will be able to pop the cork early, thanks to the return of the Red Bull Music Academy’s official pre-party. The shindig will push the play button the night before the sold-out festival officially kicks off, dishing up a fresh batch of first-rate electronic
Boutique dance festival Listen Out 2014 has dropped its rather impressive 2014 lineup, with plenty of dance-friendly musicians and producers coming our way this September and October. As the boutique dance music event returns this spring it will have some big improvements on last year’s event. Headed by big-name acts like Sydney producer Flume (in
Perth-based collectives Metric and ICSSC are continuing their crusade to prove Soundwave promoter AJ Maddah, who proclaimed back in January that WA would soon be receiving “zero festivals,” wrong with their Circo Festival now boasting the likes of Ryan Hemsworth and L D R U. Following a wildly successful inaugural year in 2013, which saw
Outkast, Two Door Cinema Club, Lily Allen, Interpol & more confirmed!
Management confirms artists place on Splendour lineup!
The organisers of Field Day 2014 kicked things off in style, delivering a lineup featuring the likes of Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, and Flume, and now they’ve done fans one better, bringing the Red Bull Crate Diggers Stage over from Listen Out and adding Yahtzel, Lancelot, and more to the bill. Having been a roaring
Prolific bloggers and now purveyors of fine dance music Stoney Roads are today dropping Volume One, the first installment in a new quarterly series of compilation tapes designed to showcase the very best new Australian talent in electronic music. Volume One features eight Australian producers over seven tracks, acquainting dance music fans with rad stuff