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Posted 22 Oct 2014 @ 3:15pm

Steresonic 2014 has gotten even bigger with the announcement that Zhu has been added to the lineup.


The mysterious producer burst onto the scene in mid-2014 with the release of his debut EP The Nightday, featuring his huge first single Faded. Although he may wish to remain anonymous, Zhu is no stranger to our shores, having toured the country as part of Listen Out.

Posted 22 Oct 2014 @ 1:13pm

With the new year creeping closer, Falls has just announced a slew of new artists for its 2014/2015 incarnation.


AKA KLP and Tonight Only have been added on to both the Lorne and Byron editions, while The Horns of Leroy, Just a Gent, Japanese Wallpaper, Kilter, GRMM, Bnson, The Melbourne Gospel Choir, Pierce Brothers, Torren Foot, UV Boi and Yahtzel will now play Lorne....

Posted 21 Oct 2014 @ 12:32pm

Melbourne’s first transgender and gender diverse film festival have unveiled their inaugural program.


tilde marks Melbourne’s first international film festival created to showcase the work of trans and gender diverse filmmakers along with films containing trans and gender diverse content.
Running in partnership with the Sydney Transgender International Film...

Posted 16 Oct 2014 @ 5:19pm

Feeling like heading on a holiday a little bit west of the border next year? Adelaide Festival has returned with a stunning program for 2015 that spans music, theatre, dance, visual art and much more.


Highlights of the 2015 contemporary music program include Scottish instrumental rock luminaries Mogwai, post-rock/electronic outfit 65daysofstatic, the Australian debut of post-...

Posted 16 Oct 2014 @ 12:16pm

Future Music Festival has revealed the dates and venues for its 2015 tour, as well as when we can expect the lineup to drop.


Future will once again take over Flemington Racecourse over the Labour Day long weekend. We'll find out who plays when the lineup is announced on Wednesday October 22 at 6pm. Last year's headliners included Eric Prydz, deadmau5 and Pharrell Williams. 

Posted 15 Oct 2014 @ 6:43pm

Golden Plains have unveiled a bumper lineup for their 2015 incarnation. 


In alphabetical order, the 2015 Golden Plains will feature performances from Aldous Harding, Banoffee, Black Vanilla, Bombino, Conor Oberst, Courtney Barnett, DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist (...

Posted 15 Oct 2014 @ 3:47pm

In what could be its biggest international draw ever, Irish superstar Sinead O'Connor has been added on to the already huge bill for next year's Port Fairy Folk Festival.


Best known for her 1990 hit Nothing Compares 2 U, the controversial performer has risen to become one of the seminal voices in music over the course of her 30-year career. She'll join the likes of...

Posted 15 Oct 2014 @ 2:23pm

Rainbow Serpent are now accepting applications to volunteer at next year's event. 


For those looking to save some cash and lend a helping hand, head over to the Rainbow website and fill out the application for your chance to work for a ticket. The festival's 18th incarnation is set to feature the likes of Marcel Dettmann, Beats Antique, Petar Dundov and many more.

Posted 15 Oct 2014 @ 10:12am

After a successful launch this year, Beechworth Music Festival will return to Madman’s Gully Amphitheatre on the farmlands of the former Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum for a killer Australia Day long weekend of live music and good times. 


Gracing the Beechworth stage will be Beaches, Jen Cloher, The Bennies, The Sugarcanes, Ron S. Peno and the Superstitions, My Left Boot, LuLuc,...

Posted 14 Oct 2014 @ 12:38pm

Bluesfest has gotten even bigger with the addition of a host of second round acts.


Led by Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals the second announcement also features Paolo Nutini, David Gray, Ben Howard, Counting Crows, Gary Clark Jr., Angélique Kidjo, Jimmy Cliff, Mavis Staples, Dispatch, Ruthie Foster, The Beat, Keziah Jones, Sheppard and Playing For Change.

Posted 14 Oct 2014 @ 8:53am

The music and arts extravaganza Sugar Mountain will return to Melbourne early next year, and today they have unveiled a gargantuan lineup.



The 2015 music lineup will be headlined by legendary hip hop artist Nas, who will perform his seminal album Illmatic in full. Other acts on the bill included Body/Head (Kim Gordon + Bill Nace), ODESZA, Ariel Pink, Soul Clap...

Posted 10 Oct 2014 @ 1:41pm

Brunswick’s historic Railway Hotel will re-open their doors next month.


After a major refurbishment, the venue has an upgraded intimate band room with a new PA, lighting and video system.
The venue will feature nightly gigs from Wednesdays to Sundays, with live bands, DJs and more. It will also be open until the early hours, with 24 beers on tap, authentic Italian...

Posted 10 Oct 2014 @ 8:59am

JamGrass Music Festival are again preparing to bring together some of the best Australian and international bluesgrass artists for their 2014 festival this October and November.


The three-day festival has grown substantially since its inaugural year in 2011 at the Victorian Trades Hall. In 2012, it grew to two days and two stages with more bands at The Thornbury Theatre's...

Posted 9 Oct 2014 @ 3:29pm

Heading into its third year at Sea Lake in Victoria's Malee Region, Maitreya Festival have announced the first six acts on their international music lineup.


The four day camping festival which encourages creativity to turn the camp area into a circus of colour and tarpaulin, positive energy and making friends, have dropped their first international music lineup.

Posted 9 Oct 2014 @ 1:49pm

The Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) is returning to Australia this October, and have now revealed the full schedule of panels, tournaments and guests, set to take place across three days.


This year's PAX Aus will feature more than 100 panels across six theatres, featuring everything from Q&As, game demonstrations, quiz shows, cultural discussions, how-to lessons, concerts and more...

Posted 9 Oct 2014 @ 9:42am

WOMADelaide has revealed a huge first lineup of 25 international artists for its 2015 incarnation. 


WOMAD is the World of Music, Arts & Dance, which was founded by the musician Peter Gabriel in 1982. WOMADelaide, the Australian WOMAD festival, kicked off in 1992.
Senegalese singer, percussionist and social revolutionist Youssou N'Dour leads the charge this...

Posted 8 Oct 2014 @ 5:25pm

The Cat Empire and Paul Kelly will come together to headline Mossvale Park's Summer of Soul this January.


Presented by the Lyrebird Arts Council, the mini day festival brings together some of Australia's most sought after talent for a day of live music in an idyllic park just two hours from Melbourne. The Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Mojo Juju and Perch Creek will join The Cat...

Posted 8 Oct 2014 @ 8:58am

Back for round five, Melbourne Music Week have unveiled their full program for 2014 - and it’s bigger and bolder than ever.



Featuring over 250 local and international artists, throughout the ten days 110 dynamic events will be held morning, noon and night across 40 uniquely Melbourne locations. These include quirky music events in laneways, trams, power...

Posted 7 Oct 2014 @ 9:28am

The music and arts extravaganza Sugar Mountain will return to Melbourne early next year, and today they have revealed the first act that will be performing.


Los Angeles native Ariel Pink has been locked in for Sugar Mountain 2015, which will return after taking a hiatus in 2014.


Pink will return to Australian shores on the back of his forthcomnig record pom pom...

Posted 6 Oct 2014 @ 12:42pm

Between The Bays have revealed the list of acts that will help celebrate their 10th birthday early next year.


Leading the celebrations will be James Reyne and Hunters and Collectors frontman Mark Seymour. Also on the bill are Custard, Wagons, Sweet Jean, Combo La Revelcion and Indigenous Hip Hop Projects. All proceeds from the festival will go to Wulgularr School in the...

Posted 4 Oct 2014 @ 9:02am

The streets of North Melbourne will once again be taken over this October for the Spring Fling Street Festival.


Spring Fling will feature live music, shopping, interactive activities and food stalls. On the bill this year are HOWQUA, Soul Safari, Thando, Jaju Choir, Rockenspiele, The Dead Heir, Brendan Forward, Old Violet, The Velvet Lips, Scalar Fields, The Romey and Joe Show...

Posted 4 Oct 2014 @ 9:00am

Kyneton Music Festival have announced the first round of acts that will be hitting the stage in the small town next February.


On the bill for the 2015 incarnation are Little Bastard, Tully On Tully, Yeo, Cherrywood, Archer, Liz Stringer, Magic Mountain Band, Tracy McNeil & The Good Life, The Seven Ups, Abbie Cardwell & The Chicano Rockers, Lunatics On Pogosticks, Eaten...

Posted 3 Oct 2014 @ 12:42pm

With a population of little more than 500, it’s probably fair to say Newstead in central Victoria is, by and large, a pretty serene country town. Located 15 minutes west of Australia’s ‘hot rod capital’ of Castlemaine, every year, thousands of people descend on Newstead. These people have two things in common: they love their cars and their rock’n’roll. If there’s anything better than serenity...

Posted 3 Oct 2014 @ 11:53am

Rainbow Serpent have locked in a massive second round of artists for their 2015 lineup.



Today the festival have added a slew of artists to their lineup, including Perfect Stranger, LOUD, Rinkadink, Talpa, Super Flu, Thugfucker, 16 Bit Lolitas, Son Kite, Gaudium, Pole Folder, Egbert, Sebastian Mullaert, Nobody Home, Kaya Project, Pragmatix, The Riddler and...

Posted 2 Oct 2014 @ 3:17pm

Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival have dropped their first lineup for 2014. Taking place across four days this November, the festival will bring together more than 100 acts across 30 venues.


Heading the announcement is Australian blues legend and multi-instrumentalist Chris Wilson. He has been a part of some of Australia's favourite blues rock acts, including Harem Scarem and...

Posted 2 Oct 2014 @ 8:11am

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival will return for round #10 early next year.


The 2015 festival will mark ten years since Danny Rogers and Jerome Borazio threw a party in the backstreets of the Melbourne CBD, and since then the festival has grown to venture to five Australian cities, New Zealand, Singapore and Detroit.
Revealed today, the 2015 incarnation will feature...

Posted 1 Oct 2014 @ 3:50pm

The Port Fairy Folk Music Festival has rolled out a huge first bill for its 39th incarnation.


This year's lineup includes Christine Anu, John Butler Trio, Charlie Musselwhite, Sharon Shannon Band, Ami Williamson, Ash & Bloom, Steve Poltz, The Black Sorrows, All Our Exes Live In Texas, Bobby & The Pins, Catherine Britt, Chris While & Julie Matthews, Hat Fitz &...

Posted 1 Oct 2014 @ 10:18am

Planning on heading to the Sup next March? Y'all better get entering in the ballot then. 


For the uninitiated, the ballot ensures the majority of tickets go to subscribers, before public sale. There are two rounds – Wednesday October 15 for existing subscribers and a week later for newer ones. Ballot-winners are emailed a code which allows them to purchase up to three tickets....

Posted 1 Oct 2014 @ 9:05am

NYE on The Hill have locked in the final additions for their 2014 incarnation.



Today the festival have added The Smith Street Band, Joelistics, All the Colours, Davidson Brothers, Bad News Toilet, Dorsal Fins and Mike Waters to the bill.


They join the diverse list of acts already announced, including Jackie Onassis, Jakubi, Ngaiire, The Delta...

Posted 29 Sep 2014 @ 10:51am

Explosive hip hop dudes Joey Bada$$ and Run The Jewels will perform a co-headline date in Sydney alongside their Falls Festival engagements this summer.


Brooklyn's Bada$$ is tracking towards his debut studio album, B4.Da.$$, due out this year, while Run The Jewels are coming back our way after rapturous receptions at their Laneway Festival shows last summer.