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Listen Out line-up is here, and tickets are almost gone!

Listen Out has proven itself once again, with probably the best line-up for a single day festival this year. Here at DJ Central, we couldn’t be more stoked! the line-up is jaw-dropping, heart-stopping and mind-bendingly phenomenal. With Flumes ONLY 2014 shows, this is definitely a festival not to be missed!

They even have a sweet little video to match!

Check out the full line-up:

Chet Faker
Schoolboy Q
Four Tet
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ Set)
Yahtzel (DJ Set)
Young Fathers
Golden Features
Tkay Maidza

And as is expected with a line-up this dope, first and second round tickets sold out in the blink of an eye, but there are a few third round tickets left. So get your skates on and head over to the website now!

Fuzzy, the team behind some of Australia’s best loved festival events including Field Day, Harbourlife, Shore Thing and Parklife, is excited to bring Listen Out back in 2014.

“We were thrilled with the response of Listen Out last year. This year’s mission is to make it stand out as an even better party for smart dance music fans, with an even better lineup” says John Wall (Fuzzy Director)

Listen Out 2014 continues its philosophy of best, not biggest.

Head over to the website for more details
Source via Listen Out


ZHU drops a hypnotizing mix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘West Coast’

The seductive feminine pop sounds of Lana Del Rey has caught the eye of mystical and magical producer, ZHU.

After the release of his groovy 6 track EP, Nightday, in April, ZHU has been taking the internet by storm and getting a tonne of airplay on Australian Radio!

His mix of West Coast by Lana Del Rey, the glam rock queen, is a ballsy move. Since it’s release earlier this year, it’s been mixed by multiple producers who take raw and edgy tones to the whimsical tune. But ZHU does a phenomenal job, replacing Del Rey’s dark and moody undertones of nostalgia with hypnotic house beats and a groovy and syncopated percussion beat. The funky base line is deep and pulsating, driving the track into a quirky new sound. The choppy vocals are scattered throughout the track and add to the disjointed element of the mix. The track gives you goose bumps with the way it reeks of euphoric beats and ooey, gooey, juicy sounds!

Have a listen and let it send shivers down your spine:

You can catch ZHU at this years Listen Out Festival, heading to major cities around Australia this September! ZHU will be playing alongside ya boi Flume, Chet Faker, ta-ku and more! Get in quick though, because it’s almost sold out!! Get tickets and see the full line-up here

source via Stony Roads


Parklife Cancelled for Listen Out Music Party!

The promoters for the popular music festival, ‘Parklife’, have just announced that the festival will be cancelled this year to make way for an even ‘bigger and better’ music event called ‘Listen Out’.

Head promoter, Fuzzy, confirms that Listen Out will be the answer that will solve all the problems that music festivals hold.“Listen Out is the antidote to many of the things you don’t like about big music festivals. It is a carefully handcrafted party, with a killer lineup of the dance music that matters and a philosophy of best, not biggest. Say goodbye to endless timetable clashes, long hikes to the 12th stage and spending your day with several thousand people you can’t relate to. Listen Out is the right party, and we mean party not festival, for the right people.”

According to the promoters, Listen Out will occur over two weeks this September and October. The music event has already managed to hype up it’s own reputation through it’s tagline “Party. Redefined”. Along with the tagline, the lineup is also said to be pretty huge with Bristish duo, ‘Disclosure’, to be on the list. The full line-up will be revealed to the public later this week.

So if you’re tired of the music festival atmosphere and want to try something different, make sure you book some ‘Listen Out’ tickets, which go on sale midday, Thursday 27 June.

Source: www.fasterlouder.com.au/news