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Posted 18 Dec 2014 @ 11:54am

A Sandstorm is coming.



Darude, producer of the unquestionable greatest track of all time, has just been announced as a new addition to the 2015 Future Music Festival bill. He'll join the likes of Drake, Avicii and The Prodigy. 

Posted 17 Dec 2014 @ 1:45pm

Soundwave have unleashed a huge third announcement of bands that will join their 2015 incarnation. 


Joining the likes of Soundgarden, Marilyn Manson, Slipknot and Slash today are The Smashing Pumpkins, Steel Panther, Millencolin, Falling In Reverse, Exodus, The Vandals, Rival Sons, King Parrot and Raglans.

Posted 17 Dec 2014 @ 1:02pm

Bluesfest just gave music lovers another reason to be merry this holiday season, revealing even more artists for its 2015 edition. 


Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Augie March, Donavon Frankenreiter, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Justin Townes Earle, Declan Kelly Presents Diesel n' Dub featuring Emma Donovan, Alex Lloyd, Pat Powell, Radical Son and Tony Hughes, Ash...

Posted 17 Dec 2014 @ 9:00am

The Hills Are Alive will return bigger and better than ever next year - and today they have revealed their lineup for their 2015 incarnation. 


In what will be their seventh year, for the first time ever the event will also span over two evenings.
The 2015 festival will include performances from the likes of REMI, SAFIA, Pierce Brothers, Asta, Luca Brasi, Little...

Posted 16 Dec 2014 @ 12:35pm

With the countdown to the 2014/2015 incarnation of Falls now just under a fortnight, the playing times, maps and updated iPhone and Android apps have been released.


Lorne attendees can view the playing times here and maps...

Posted 15 Dec 2014 @ 9:33am

The Mornington Peninsula's most extensive food, wine and music gathering, The Peninsula Picnic will debut in 2015 with a string of stellar acts.


On the lineup for next year's event are The Waifs, Paul Dempsey, Tinpan Orange, Pierce Brothers and Hayden Calnin. The festival will also feature a wide variety of the region's best food and wine, including food from Terre, Montalto,...

Posted 12 Dec 2014 @ 10:21am

The South Melbourne Night Market is back for eight weeks next year offering hawker-style food, pop-up stores, entertainment and a stellar lineup of local Melbourne artists and bands.


Featuring members of Melbourne Ska Orchestra, The Suitcase Royale, Mojo Juju and The Lucksmiths, Mighty Duke and the Lords will fire up South Melbourne Night Market's Coventry Street stage. Also...

Posted 12 Dec 2014 @ 10:18am

Peter Hook, Kid Congo and Lake Street Dive have been announced as performers at Testing Grounds as part of the inaugural SummerSalt Outdoor Arts Festival, this January and February.


Testing Grounds is a former vacant lot turned unconventional urban garden in Southbank that will be hosting the three shows.
Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds will be performing as...

Posted 11 Dec 2014 @ 1:59pm

Due to ticket demand, Beyond The Valley have added an extra day to the festival, and with it an additional allocation of final release tickets.


The extra day is Monday December 29, allowing punters an extra day before the festivites kick off. There will also be an 'early settlers' pass available for current ticketholders who might want to get to the campsite and settle in early...

Posted 11 Dec 2014 @ 1:15pm

With just over six weeks to go until Sugar Mountain comes to Melbourne, the festival has announced three exciting additions.


Underground music show Boiler Room TV will be returning to Sugar Mountain in 2015, curating its own stage at the festival and hosting DJ performances from inetrnational heavyweights and local underground artists, broadcast live via the internet. Evolving...

Posted 11 Dec 2014 @ 10:46am

St Kilda Festival have revealed the first round of acts that will grace the stages in 2015.


Over 120 bands will play at the 2015 incarnation. The acts announced today include Audego, Mau Power, I Know The Chief, Murdena, Forest Falls, Simone and Girlfunkle, Better Than The Wizards, Echo Drama, Jude Perl, The D.Y.E., Benny Walker, The Deans, Belle Roscoe, Centre and The South ...

Posted 10 Dec 2014 @ 12:51pm

The Frankston Waterfront Festival will return this January. 


A Mornington Peninsula summer favourite, the annual festival attracts 35,000 people over two days and features live music, free activities, market stalls, food, wine, and much more.
The Rolling Stones Tribute Band will lead the charge, while Tiana V, Sol Nation, The Peninsula Folk Club, The Medley Boys...

Posted 10 Dec 2014 @ 9:27am

The Hills Are Alive will return bigger and better than ever next year. 


In what will be their seventh year, for the first time ever the event will span over two evenings.
"To make this year’s little shindig even more special we are super excited to announce that we have added a second night. That’s right folks, twice as many good vibes!" noted the festival....

Posted 9 Dec 2014 @ 5:06pm

Almost four hours outside of Melbourne, near the border of Victoria and New South Wales, past the giant strawberry, down a winding dirt road, you’ll find Strawberry Fields. But these aren’t the type of fields that cultivate those red, succulent, juicy berries. Nope. These fields harvest thumping bass, towering melodies and a reality that isn’t so real, for just a little while. In its sixth...

Posted 9 Dec 2014 @ 2:34pm

Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF) will return in 2015 for its sweet 16th year.


The festival – which supports independent and guerilla local and international cinema – is now calling for entries for the 2015 event. Filmmakers are welcome to submit both shorts and features from all film styles, including narrative, genre, animation, documentary and experimental.

Posted 9 Dec 2014 @ 1:12pm

Soundgarden have locked in a Melbourne headline show to coincide with their appearance at the 2015 Soundwave.


One of the most influential grunge bands on the planet, Soundgarden last brought their Grammy award winning back-catalogue to Australian shores when they headlined the 2012 Big Day Out.

Posted 8 Dec 2014 @ 11:59am

Brunswick Music Festival have revealed the list of artists who will grace the stages of the 2015 incarnation.


The lineup includes Australian acts The Black Sorrows and The Bushwackers as well as a variety of international guests, including Buffy Sainte-Marie, Maru Tarang, Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson, Sóley, DJ Spooky, Depedro, Margaret Leng Tan, Sharon Shannon, Bombino,...

Posted 5 Dec 2014 @ 3:32pm

Soundwave will move to a slightly smaller venue next year.


Originally slated for Flemington Racecourse, promoter AJ Maddah has confirmed via Twitter that next year Soundwave will return to the Melbourne Showgrounds.
So far the 2015 lineup includes Slipknot, Slash, Marilyn Manson, Fall Out Boy, Judas Priest, Godsmack, All Time Low, Papa Roach, Of Mice & Men,...

Posted 5 Dec 2014 @ 2:20pm

Sugar Mountain have revealed the specially curated food and bar offerings for 2015, featuring no food chains and all local vendors.


Punters will be able to chow down on a unique variety of Melbourne's best selections while watching the likes of Nas, Ariel Pink, Odesza, Kim Gordon, SWANS, Twerps and King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard. Food partners include Hammer & Tong,...

Posted 5 Dec 2014 @ 9:50am

It's time to Boogie! The shenanigans down at Bruzzy's Farm will return next April for round #9.


The 2015 lineup will feature Pokey La Farge, Justin Townes Earle, Rocket Science, Tony Joe White, The Bombay Royale, Los Chicos, Drunk Mums, Ponyface Plays Nebraska, Davey Lane, The Peep Tempel, Ali Barter, Fuck The Fitzroy Doom Scene, Cool Sounds, BROADS, Eaten By Dogs and Fair...

Posted 2 Dec 2014 @ 2:33pm

WOMADelaide has revealed its final instalment for the 2015 festival of music, art and dance. 


Architects of Air will present their extraordinary luminarium Exxopolis; a dazzling maze of winding paths and soaring ten metre domes lit with dancing hues and saturated colours throughout. Also joining the festival is Artonik’s Colour of Time; an interactive homage to India’s...

Posted 2 Dec 2014 @ 2:24pm

The world’s largest under 18s festival, Good Life, is back for 2015.  


The lineup includes Avicii, Bliss N Eso, Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Will Sparks v Timmy Trumpet v Joel Fletcher, Havana Brown, BlasterJaxx, Allday, Carnage, Frontliner and Tigerlily as well as Some Blonde DJ, Slice n Dice, Uberjak’d and more.
There'll be a meet and greet photo booth, providing...

Posted 1 Dec 2014 @ 6:17pm

Boutique camping festival Camp Casual have locked in a killer lineup for their sophomore year.


The 2015 incarnation of the festival will feature performances from the likes of The Ocean Party, ScotDrakula, Geoffrey O'Connor , Empat Lima, Mangelwurzel, Strict Face, Duck Duck Chop, Mesa Cosa, Tomb Boss, B.O.O.M.A, Biscotti, The Sugar Fed Leopards, Felix Lloyd, The Burnt Sausages...

Posted 1 Dec 2014 @ 5:10pm

Returning for round three this NYD, Let Them Eat Cake have just unleashed a massive local lineup.


This year the local lineup includes Andras Fox, World's End Press, Rat & Co, Ginger and the Ghost, Harvey Sutherland, Dave Maslen, Sleep D, Fiord, AZ ZD (A13 and Dexter), Thankyou City, Silent Jay feat. Jace XL, APSD feat. Cazeaux O.S.L.O, JPS X HOOVES feat. Syreney, Nam, Damn...

Posted 1 Dec 2014 @ 11:45am

New Year's Evie have locked in a killer lineup to let'cha hair down with.


The 2014/2015 incarnation of the festival will include performances from Chela, Civic Civil, Gruntbucket, The Babe Rainbow, The Reprobettes, The Galaxy Folk, Jasmin Kaset, The Harpoons, Teeth & Tongue, Fraser A. Gorman and Hexham Vox plus DJs Manchild, Mermaid, Etta & Tilly, Sabatino, The Banger...

Posted 1 Dec 2014 @ 10:25am

The third annual Kyneton Music Festival has just gotten even bigger.


Today the lineup has been bolstered tenfold, and now includes Harmony, Laura Jean, Money For Rope, Little Bastard, Tully On Tully, Cherrywood, Charles Jenkins & The Zhivagos, Sunbeam Sound Machine, Yeo, Liz Stringer, The Darling Downs, Three Kings, La Bastard, Archer, Magic Mountain Band, Tracy McNeil,...

Posted 27 Nov 2014 @ 4:09pm

Soundwave have come out all guns blazing with a huge second lineup announcement.


Today the festival had added an avalanche of new acts to the 2015 bill - including Animals As Leaders, Bayside, The Devil Wears Prada, Dragonforce, Evergreen Terrace, Fucked Up, He Is Legend, Killer Be Killed, Le Butcherettes, Lower Than Atlantis, Nonpoint, One Ok Rock, Sleepwave, Twin Atlantic and...

Posted 26 Nov 2014 @ 5:10pm

Next year's 39th Port Fairy Folk Festival has gotten even bigger.


Organisers have announced nine more acts from around the globe, including Nashville's Tom Mason and the Blues Buccaneers, Alasdair Fraser, Ajak Kwai, Ruth Moody, Perch Creek, Zeptepi, Michael Fix, Roesy and Chris Tamwoy.
They'll join the likes of Sinead O'Connor, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Richard Thompson...

Posted 25 Nov 2014 @ 1:13pm

The big-name additions to Bluesfest just keep coming.


Today the festival have revealed that rock'n'roll royalty Lenny Kravitz will be making his long awaited Bluesfest debut as part of his worldwide Strut tour. Kravitz will headline the opening night of the festival. 
He join the likes of The Black Keys, Zac Brown Band, Alabama Shakes, Train, Michael Franti &...

Posted 25 Nov 2014 @ 12:06pm

The complete lineup for the 2015 incarnation of Rainbow Serpent has been unveiled. 


Among the latest additions for the 2015 include Americans Janover, reSunator, Dov, bioLuMigen, Atmaspheric and Yoga of Bass, German producer Galaxy and Japanese DJ Fumi, who will join the 35 other international acts that have already been revealed.
A strong local contigent rounds...