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Posted 30 Sep 2015 @ 12:42pm

Soundwave keeps getting bigger and bigger - incrementally. 


The latest band to join the lineup are pop-punk outfit Moose Blood, who have recently played at Reading and Leeds Festivals and Vans Warped Tour USA, and have just released their new album I’ll Keep You In Mind From Time To Time.
They join the already announced acts which include Devil You Know, Bring Me...

Posted 30 Sep 2015 @ 11:22am

This year's Music Feast is shaping up to be massive, with 100 events in 10 venues over 10 days.


Celebrating a diverse music community, the program ranges from gypsy jazz to rock with everything in between. The Darebin Music Feast sees community music groups perform in local halls and much-loved Australian artists play some of Melbourne's most prestigious live music venues....

Posted 30 Sep 2015 @ 9:50am

In the tradition of Kubik Melbourne in 2011, 2012’s Where?House, The Residence in 2013 and 2014’s QVM, Melbourne Music Week is set to transform an unlikely space and immerse you with live music and art once more.



The location for the 2015 flagship venue, 150 years after the building first opened, will be the disused basement and adjoining rooms of the former...

Posted 29 Sep 2015 @ 8:02am

A collection of new artists have been added to this year's Falls Festivals.


Waaves and Leon Bridges will take the stage at Marion Bay, Byron and Lorne Falls Festivals, while The Wombats will hit Marion Bay and Byron.
Making Byron-only appearances will be a party focused mix to ring in the New Year featuring Peking Duk, Miami Horror, Tijuana Cartel, Bootleg Rascal...

Posted 28 Sep 2015 @ 8:31pm

Giddy up. Golden Plains is turning ten and today they've announced the first act that will grace the 2016 bill - and it's a biggun.



Slipping out of a six-year hiatus, Eddy Current Suppression Ring will reunite for a one-off performance in The Sup' on the Sunday night of the 2016 festival - ten years after they played the very first Golden Plains.

Posted 25 Sep 2015 @ 2:51pm

The Port Fairy Folk Music Festival will celebrate their 40th edition next March, with over 100 acts across 20 venues, presenting 200 shows over four days.


Leading the first announcement are internationals DakhaBrakha, John McCutcheon, Mànran, Mary Black, Moxie, Steve Poltz, The East Pointers, Truckstop Honeymoon and The Young'uns, while local acts include Ayleen O' Hanlon,...

Posted 25 Sep 2015 @ 12:50pm

UNIFY have released a huge lineup for their sophomore year, set to delight metal, punk, heavy and hardcore fans around the country.


The 2016 lineup features the likes of Parkway Drive, In Hearts Wake, Tonight Alive, Neck Deep, State Champs, Stray From The Path, Hands Like Houses, Dream On Dreamer, Make Them Suffer, Hellions, Trophy Eyes, Ocean Grove, Stories, Columbus, Void Of...

Posted 25 Sep 2015 @ 11:41am

In the tradition of Kubik Melbourne in 2011, 2012’s Where?House, The Residence in 2013 and 2014’s QVM, Melbourne Music Week is set to transform an unlikely space and immerse you with live music and art once more.



MMW’s 2015 flagship venue will stage local and international headliners, art on show, a vivid daily lineup of events, and offer quality food and drink...

Posted 24 Sep 2015 @ 3:00pm

WOMADelaide have announced over 20 artists and speakers for its 20th festival, taking place in Adelaide next March.


The announcement is led by Benin’s Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Angélique Kidjo and Canadian academic, science broadcaster, educator and environmentalist David Suzuki.
For her Australian exclusive performance, Angélique Kidjo will be...

Posted 24 Sep 2015 @ 2:42pm

Did you miss out on tickets to the most anticipated show of the year? A lot of people did, with the show selling out within two hours back in May. But you're in luck - 500 extra tickets will go on sale tomorrow.


Flight Facilities are set to join forces with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra for one night only as part of the 2015 Melbourne Festival. The night will see the duo...

Posted 24 Sep 2015 @ 12:23pm

Pull up a beanbag when Moonlight Cinema returns for their 20th season this December, showing advance screenings, new releases and cult favourites under the stars, all summer long.


The biggest outdoor cinema in Australia are gearing up for another season of great films, bringing the festival atmosphere to film-watching.
Doggie Nights will once again return to the...

Posted 23 Sep 2015 @ 4:40pm

The 2015 Greek Film Festival have announced the full program for their 22nd year. The program includes 16 features, four documentaries, three shorts programs and a retrospective of Aliki Vougiouklakiâ's work. 


This year's opening night film is Australian stage play turned big screen movie Alex and Eve, Directed by Peter Andrikidis, it is a feel-good Australian story about...

Posted 23 Sep 2015 @ 11:08am

Beechworth Music Festival will return early next year for their third incarnation.


The festival is set in the rolling hills of the now decommissioned Mayday Hills Lunatic Asylum farm on the edge of Beechworth, with the stage set at the bottom of the Madman’s Gully Amphitheatre with mountain views in the background and tree shaded fence lines.
Headlining the 2016...

Posted 23 Sep 2015 @ 8:54am

The 2015 NYE on the Hill lineup just got bigger.


Added to the bill today are Luca Brasi, Mojo Juju, YEO, STATUE and Your Mouth Collective. 
They join the already announced acts which include Safia, Kim Churchill, Harts, Dylan Joel, Woodlock, Clowns, Timberwolf, Sex On Toast, Ainslie Wills, Jesse Davidson, Koi Child, Boo Seeka and Pearls.
If that's...

Posted 23 Sep 2015 @ 8:41am

Bluesfest have today revealed the second of eight announcements that will form the full 2016 lineup.


The second announcement for the 2016 incarnation of the festival includes Tom Jones, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Jackson Browne, The Decemberists, Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, Tweedy, Steve Earle & The Dukes, The Wailers (performing four albums in entirety; Exodus...

Posted 22 Sep 2015 @ 5:18pm

If you missed out on tickets to one of the hottest shows at Melbourne Festival, you're in luck.


The festival have announced their will be a second tribute performance of Patti Smith’s seminal album Horses, with Courtney Barnett, Jen Cloher, Adalita and Gareth Liddiard all joining forces to celebrate the albums' 40th anniversary. 

Posted 22 Sep 2015 @ 10:55am

Legendary soul artist Charles Bradley will take the stage at The Bureau, a newly formed boutique festival that brings together the best of Melbourne's famous food and live music cultures.


The one-day festival will also see Salt N Pepa, Saskwatch, Andy Bull, Asta, Magic America and Cookin' On Three Burners come together, with a range of food trucks, premium local produce, wines...

Posted 22 Sep 2015 @ 9:26am

In exciting news for Francophiles across town, everything French festival So Frenchy So Chic In The Park will return next January.


The day-long festival will feature music from Moroccan-born blues and folk artist Hindi Zahra, 1970s diva-esque duo Brigitte, singer-songwriter Lou Doillon and the unconventional Balkan-electro-meets-light-punk outfit Soviet Suprem.

Posted 22 Sep 2015 @ 8:24am

St Jerome’s Laneway Festival will return next February with a bumper lineup.


The 2016 incarnation of the festival will feature performances from big-name internationals and some of our favourite locals, including Ali Barter, Banoffee, Battles, Beach House, Big Scary, Blank Realm, CHVRCHES, DIIV, DMA’s, East India Youth, FIDLAR, Flume, GoldLink, Grimes, Health, Hermitude, High...

Posted 21 Sep 2015 @ 4:03pm

The newest boutique festival to join the Melbourne roster is the Newport Ska and Reggae Festival announcing a world class lineup of local, national and international artists for their very first lineup.


Leading the announcement is Wilbur Theodore Cole AKA Stranger Cole. He is one of the foundation artists of the Jamaican sound of rhythm and blues, ska, rocksteady and reggae...

Posted 21 Sep 2015 @ 3:31pm

Darebin Music Feast have announced a day-long musical opening celebration, Hello Sunday!, kicking things off this October.


The eclectic opening day will feature everything from gospel choirs to campfire singers, gypsies, buskers, troubadours and divas.
Hello Sunday! will be headlined by Public Opinion Afro Orchestra, bringing their Nigerian inspired contemporary...

Posted 21 Sep 2015 @ 3:21pm

If a lineup featuring Dawes, Tex Don & Charlie, Sam Outlaw, Robert Ellis, Jamestown Revival, Ruby Boots and more isn't enough, Out On The Weekend have now announced a lineup of eats they'll be serving up at the festival.


Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz from Sydney’s Porteño and Bodega will again be serving up their signature smoked meat dishes. Their menu will include ...

Posted 18 Sep 2015 @ 1:16pm

Soundwave keeps getting bigger and bigger - incrementally. 


Today the juggernaut of a festival have announced the eighth band that will perform at the 2016 festival, Devil You Know. The band, which features Howard Jones (ex-Killswitch Engage), Francesco Artusato (All Shall Perish), John Sankey (Fear Factory, Divine Heresy) and Ryan Wombacher (Bleeding Through) just released...

Posted 18 Sep 2015 @ 12:50pm

After a runaway success in their inaugural incarnation, Party In The Paddock is back with a supersized lineup for their sophomore year. 


The 2015 lineup will feature performances from Violent Soho, Spiderbait, The Preatures, British India, Tkay Maidza, Vallis Alps, Bad // Dreems, Harts, Roland Tings, Tired Lion, Lurch & Chief, The Belligerents, Akouo, Hockey Dad, Koi, Child...

Posted 17 Sep 2015 @ 9:28am

Girls on Film Festival will return this October to present a three-day mixtape of movies, parties and feminism.


After a successful inaugural outing last year, their sophomore program will feature an expanded program that celebrates women and girls in the movies, including animated masterpieces, thrillers with a twist and beloved modern classics.

Posted 16 Sep 2015 @ 12:57pm

Just when you thought the Beyond The Valley lineup couldn't get any bigger, the promoters have today upped the ante.


One of the the most recognisable characters in dance music, American house and techno don Seth Troxler has joined the upper echelons of the 2015 bill.
He'll join the likes of Boys Noize, Crooked Colours, Dom Dolla, Doorly, Finnebassen, Flight...

Posted 15 Sep 2015 @ 4:01pm

The 2015 Melbourne Fringe is shaping up to be a huge one, with over 19 days, 401 events, 174 venues and 6,000 artists from nine different countries coming together to make the event the biggest Melbourne Fringe Festival in history. If you're anything like us, there are so many goddamn shows that you want to see, and so very little coin left in your savings account. 


Luckily for...

Posted 15 Sep 2015 @ 8:49am

Let Them Eat Cake have revealed a star-studded bill of electronic talent that will help them ring in 2016.


This year the lineup features Âme, Ben UFO, Com Truise, Daniel Avery, DJ Tennis, Four Tet, Jon Hopkins, Machinedrum, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Seven Davis Jr, Slum Village and The Opiuo Band. 


As always, the 2016 incarnation will also feature an eclectic...

Posted 14 Sep 2015 @ 3:58pm

Melbourne's first dog friendly music festival is set to get even bigger, with the addition of two new artists. 


Melbourne DJs Cocoa Noire and pop duo Amistat will join Harrison Storm and Tash Sultana for a day of pooch friendly fun. Completing the BYO festival will be a range of ethical food offering (including a vegan barbeque), boutique dog products and the coveted...

Posted 11 Sep 2015 @ 12:55pm

Another band has been confirmed for the 2016 incarnation of Soundwave. 


Our current cover stars Bring Me The Horizon have joined the lineup, which so far includes Lordi, Northlane, Refused, Bullet For My Valentine, Dead Letter Circus and Failure.
After spanning two days in 2015, the festival will return to a one-day format next year. The Melbourne leg of the...