Rumours about the 2013 line-up for Australia’s most anticipated festival have been circulating since before Splendour 2012 ended. Some artists (Of Monsters & Men, Cold War Kids, the National) have already let slip that they will be playing at Splendour In The Grass, and it has been rumoured that James Blake will be headlining. The country waits in anticipation for the full line-up announcement next week.
All around the world hip-Hop festivals have been facing their fair share of bad luck. Both Movement and Supafest we’re due to kick off within the next-few weeks, but has faced setbacks. Promoters of Movement announced that it had been cancelled just four days before it was due to kick-off. Supafest, which is headlined by 50-cent, has been re-scheduled to November for various reasons.
The GTM 2013 set times have been released, and unlike most other festivals it is pretty simple to work out your timetable. Groovin’ will host only two stages, so there isn’t much chance of clashes, however Example & Temper Trap have the task of headlining against eachother, aswell as Tegan and Sara and Flume who are scheduled for the same time.
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Password has the password to your playlists! Just let him in, it’s quicker. February 13, 2020
Password knows how to get into people’s playlists! Turns out it’s like inputting a code to a door lock: you just gotta produce some of the best music on the planet, and you’ll be granted access to playlists across the world, who would have thought? Well, late 2019 and early 2020 added a few new […]