Brisbane's Live It Up festival has just unveiled their 2013 lineup and are offering one local band and two DJ's the chance to play.
Say Anything's Billboard show marked the band's return to Aussie shores for the first time in three years.
Kicking of their Say Anarchy Australian tour for 2012 at Amplifier, Perth, Say Anything was supported by Melbourne’s The Getaway Plan and local heroes The Main Attraction.
The last GTM in Bunbury was made of mostly comeback acts who've been dearly missed by everybody who kept grooving through the ice cold night in singlets and shorts.
This year Canberra celebrated Mother’s Day in a with the fourth leg of *Groovin’ The Moo*, at the University of Canberra. Once again gracing the nation’s capital for its fourth year, the line up of some of the finest local and international acts inc
The first week of Groovin The Moo action was jam-packed with sideshows, tributes and one or two stray bottles to the head.
The Getaway Plan prove they still have the goods at their Groovin' the Moo Sideshow at The Corner Hotel.
May certainly tis' the month to be touring.
Rock! Rock! Rock! And... Kanye West. Melbourne's Big Day Out sizzled (literally) and acts like Soundgarden and Kasabian delivered solid, energy-fuelled sets the crowd lapped up.
Melbourne boys The Getaway Plan came home with a bang on their 'Requiem' tour. It was as if they'd never left.
Whilst some fans may have been dissapointed by the lack of older material and short length of the set, The Getaway Plan once again reminded Sydney of their prodigious talent in a spectualar display of engaging musicianship.
The Getaway Plan are stronger than ever and are determined to prove it, celebrating the release of their new album with the Requiem tour.
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