Fuzzy linking up Carriageworks to present CURVE BALL event, headlined by ZHU, during VIVID Sydney!

Sure to be a highlight of this year’s VIVID Sydney line up, there’s a new event coming to Carriageworks in CURVE BALL. Created by the teams at Fuzzy and Carriageworks, the art space will morphed into an eclectic live music environment on June 11th, with international and local electronic music artists performing, while some sick video and lighting…

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Julia Jacklin, Gang of Youths, City Calm Down & more added to The Great Escape line up!

Brighton mega-festival and industry convention, The Great Escape, has just added a whole new round of artists to the 2016 bill because evidently 300 musicians on the first announcement signified that they were only getting started. The new announcement includes exciting artists including Thomas Cohen, Barns Courtney, SG Lewis  and Carnival Youth, while Australian acts like Julia Jacklin, Gang of Youths, City Calm Down, Vallis Alps and Kim…

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Tame Impala & Jagwar Ma feature alongside Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem and Grace Jones at this year’s FYF Fest!

Tame Impala are absolutely everywhere at the moment, adding an appearance atop the Saturday night bill of this year’s FYF Fest to their list of shows for 2016. The Perth boys are the only Australians aside from Jagwar Ma to feature on the American festival bill, which also boasts the likes of Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem and Grace Jones at the top of the…

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Full Glastonbury line up announced; Muse, Adele and Coldplay top 2016 bill!

Arguably the mother of all European music festivals, Glastonbury, has announced its full line up for 2016 – the Worthy Farm event priming itself to host the likes of Muse, Adele, Coldplay and many, many more this June 22nd-26th. Newly confirmed acts for Glasto this year have included Beck, Foals, LCD Soundsystem, CHVRCHES, ZZ Top and Bring Me the Horizon, while many acts and performers are…

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Mutemath & Vic Mensa cancel Australian tour dates, Groovin’ the Moo name replacements

Mutemath and Vic Mensa fans keen for both American artists hitting our shores next month have been disappointed this afternoon, with regional touring festival Groovin’ The Moo announcing replacement artists for both following the tour cancellations. Due to varying reasons, Mutemath and Mensa have pulled out of Australian shows, including their run of festival dates, while Jarryd James and What…

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Soul reigns supreme on the third day of Bluesfest 2016 with sets from D’Angelo, Allen Stone, and more

“[D’Angelo’s debut album] Brown Sugar changed my life in ways I never thought possible”, said Dallas Green as City and Colour took the Mojo stage through a fan-pleasing set on Good Friday, hyping up the Saturday headline slot from the neo-soul pioneer even more. This resulted in D’Angelo’s scheduled two-hour performance being delivered to a…

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Lollapalooza names its full line up for Chicago, headlined by Radiohead and the Red Hot Chili Peppers!

Lollapalooza has brought the noise once more with its 2016 line up, bringing a massive round of artists through to Grant Park in Chicago this July. For the festival’s flagship event, Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem and the Red Hot Chili Peppers will be headlining the four day event. Over 170 artists have been announced, representing some of the best popular…

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Iggy Pop kicks off his US Post Pop Depression tour at SXSW (See the full Setlist)

Supported by experimental London septet The Moonlandingz and Brooklyn solo instrumental artist (and birthday girl) Noveller, Iggy Pop officially kicked off his USA tour tonight as part of the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. The show technically marked the second of two nights for legendary American artist at ACL Live’s Moody Theater, having taped in the venue the…

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