Outspoken performer and provocateur Will.I.Am is making headlines once again this time saying that the Music industry is dead.
The Diva of Zouk Love, Suzanna Lubrano, has done it again! She has recently received a nomination certificate for the title ‘Best Female Central Africa’ from the African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA). Continue reading
Here it is fellow music lovers! Flume has kept his promise and finally dropped the bomb, releasing his personalised remix of Lorde’s hit, Tennis Court.
So it’s no surprise to see that the remix is already receiving a lot of online attention since its release on Youtube this morning. Give it till the end of the day and the track will probably go viral and be replayed in every club in Australia. Not that we’re complaining considering this track is a great follow up to Flume’s previous remix of Disclosure’s hit track, You & Me. It’s also refreshing to hear a new track from Flume as it’s been a while since his last release since he’s been busy on tour throughout the US, including his recent gig at Coachella.
So without further adieu ladies and gentlemen, here is the track you’ve been waiting for:
Source via inthemix.com.au
DJ Central’s African Diva, Suzanna Lubrano has been featured in a feature article for the online music magazine, Mr Dreamz. The sassy Ms Lubrano had nothing to hide in her article, after answering questions about both her professional and personal life.
Melbourne-based producer and ultimate beard meister, Nick Murphy aka Chet Faker, has confirmed that he will be performing at the upcoming 2014 music festival, Splendour In the Grass, which makes it his third year in a row!
According to musicfeeds.com.au, Chet Faker mentioned the news in a recent interview with Purple Sneakers, where he was asked about his history with the popular festival and if fans can expect a return on the 2014 roster. “Yeah, for sure! – Isn’t the better question, when was the last time a festival booked the same artist three years in a row?” he replied. Good point.
This will make Chet Fker Murphy i the second name confirmed for the 2014 Splendour lineup, the first being 21-year-old NSW producer Max Armata aka Yahtzel, whose appearance was leaked via his official press bio, with management firm Audiopaxx later confirming the young producer’s status to Music Feeds.
Splendour In The Grass 2014 goes down at the North Byron Parklands in Byron Bay this Friday, 25th, Saturday 26th, and Sunday 27th July. The lineup rumour mill is running hot with names such as London Grammar, Sky Ferreira, Bombay Bicycle Club, and even Outkast seen as potentials.
Source via musicfeeds.com.au
If you thought it didnt get any better when Disclosure was announced to be the headliner for upcoming festival Groovin’ the Moo well prepare yourselves! The fraternal power duo are set to perform several sideshows as well for their die hard fans! *Cue teen squeals of excitement*
To top off the exciting news, Disclosure also have some amazing support acts in store which include Wave Racer, Motez, Touch Sensitive and Lancelot! The cities that Disclosure will be showcasing their talent includes Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. Sorry Adelaide, Canberra and Darwin, these guys will be a no-show for you this time around. As for the other lucky cities, here are the following dates for the sideshows:
SYDNEY: 24th April @ Hordern Pavillion with Wave Racer, Touch Sensative and Lancelot.Tickets on Sale: 12pm 25th February for $65 + BF via Ticketek
MELBOURNE: 1st May @ The Forum with Motez. Tickets on Sale: 12pm 25th February for $65 + BF via Ticketmaster
BRISBANE: 8th May @ Easton Hill with Waveracer. Tickets on Sale: 12pm 25th February for $65 + BF via Oztix
PERTH: 9th May @ Metro City with Wave Racer. Tickets on Sale: 11am 19th February for $60 + BF via Oztix
There will be a lot of EDM action around for mid-year and these sideshows along with Groovin’ the Moo will be the perfect remedy for those mid-year crisis, post-summer depression and festival droughts.For those who aren’t familiar with Disclosure, you’ve probably heard this catchy song before. Proceed with caution though, because once you hear the beats of Disclosure, it’ll be hard to get the infectious tunes out of your head!
Source via Pedestrian.tv