Southbound, like all great music festivals, brings people together, creates friendships and uses music to build new memories.
Overheard countless times was the invariable conclusion that Flume was going to be sick and that The Flaming Lips – whoever they might be – were probably from the ’80s.
Alumni of the 2012 Laneway festival lineup and two of the year’s most hyped acts - Beach House and SBTRKT - have announced Falls Festival sideshows.
Summer party fixture Summadayze and its Gold Coast incarnation Summafieldayze have announced the lineup for 2013.
Rejoice Fearless Freaks! The Falls Festival and Southbound have announced the first handful of bands for 2012.
Who are the most hyped acts of 2012?
A festival that's more in tune with the music scene's trends than any other in Australia.
We are in sideshow heaven this morning with the announcement of dozens of St Jerome's Laneway Festival sideshows.
The mysterious SBTRKT played to a sold-out crowd at The Artrage Bakery, saying nothing and letting his music do the talking.
Enigmatic producer SBTRKT has announced that he'll be playing DJ sets in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney this October.
The debut full-length from SBTRKT is an eclectic, cosmopolitan melange of unmistakably contemporary dance music – here the songs are given the highest priority, and the aesthetic comes afterwards.
The inaugural música/TUMBALONG gathering will transform a circular park within the Darling Harbour precinct into a boutique event with one hell of a electronic soundtrack.