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CREAMFIELDS 2011 Double Pass Giveaway!

CREAMFIELDS Australia 2011 – Double Pass Giveaway!
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  After its launch into Australia last year, Creamfields Australia is back bigger and better for Easter 2011. The Totem Onelove crew (also behind the Stereosonic festival) are committed to bringing you some of the world’s best acts, utilizing some of the best venues in Australia and amazing production

To celebrate, LIFE MUSIC MEDIA has double passes to giveaway to each of the CREAMFIELDS 2011 Australia events.

Totem Onelove (Hardware Corp and Onelove Music Group), have announced the main headliner for Creamfields 2011: Deadmau5 with the full live show (with LED Mau5 head and new production), designed by the people who brought the world Daft Punks’ legendary live show!! Deadmau5 is one of the biggest acts in the world with countless productions, and has been stunning audiences worldwide with this live light & videoshow. This is the first time he has brought his show, LED Mau5head and concert level production to Australia.

Deadmau5, Martin Solveig, Skrillex, Chuckie, Simon Patterson, Gabriel & Dresden, Wynter Gordon (PA), Hi Tek Soul: Kevin Saunderson & Derrick May (25 years of Detroit), Bingo Players, Skazi, Surkin, Dada Life, Umek, Nadastrom, Round Table Knights, Sandwell District, Tim Green, Bart Classens, Mumbai Science

Appearing at Planet Cream Adelaide (Indoor Stadium Show)
Deadmau5, Martin Solveig, Skrillex, Chuckie, Wynter Gordon (PA), Bingo Players, Surkin

Creamfields Australia 2011 National Tour Dates:

Friday Apr 22 Planet Cream (Adelaide) – Adelaide Ent Centre (Indoor Stadium Show)
Saturday Apr 23 Creamfields (Perth) – Claremont Showgrounds – Buy Tickets Here
Buy PERTH Tickets Here
Monday Apr 25 Creamfields (Melbourne) – Melbourne Showgrounds- Buy Tickets Here
Buy MELBOURNE Tickets Here
Saturday Apr 30 Creamfields (Sydney) – Showring & Hordern Pavilion- Buy Tickets Here
Buy SYDNEY Tickets Here
Sunday May 1 Creamfields (Brisbane) – RNA Showgrounds – Buy Tickets Here
Buy BRISBANE Tickets Here

More Creamfields Australia 2011 Information here…

Giveaway Finished.
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THANK YOU to everyone that entered… The winners of this giveaway have been notified.

Note: Winners will be notified by email by Saturday the 9th April 2011.
Good Luck!

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Playground Weekender 2011 // Site Map + Set Times

Set Times, Site Map and final artist announcement!

Playground Weekender   Playground Weekender today release set times and the 2011 site map as well as a whole stack of local DJ’s for the Big Top, River Stage, Club Tropicana Pool and the brand new area – The Village Green. The Village Green, located on the lush grass facing the ferry wharf, is our new wine bar filled with soul and rare grooves. The perfect spot to watch the sun go down on Del Rio.

* Download the Site Map Here
* Download Set Times here

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Get ready for an exclusive, tantalizing taste of LA LA Land at its glittering finest because Future Entertainment and Smirnoff are rolling out the red carpet and bringing the world’s biggest party crew, Dim Mak, direct down under for a voyage of mashed-up musical mayhem and Hollywood hedonism the likes of which Australia’s never seen before.

Taking the already massive Future Music Festival 2011 to even greater heights, Dim Mak will be hosting its very own stage with an all-star lineup of its legendary LA party posse, including the likes of the infamous brand’s head honcho and luminary Steve Aoki, Don Diablo, Sound of Stereo, The Subs, TAI, and the host with the most and snapper extraordinaire, The Cobra Snake.
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Falls Festival 2010 – Festival Review

by Jose Eduardo Cruz

This was my first Falls Festival and it was an event that I will remember for the rest of my life.

Absolutely everything that was put in place by the organisers was solely for the enjoyment of the 16,000 attendees. I would find it really hard to find something negative to say about the whole experience.

Firstly, the organising committee have to be given a massive thank you for putting such a high level event. From our arrival we were subjected to VIP treatment. VIP camping grounds, with warm showers may I add, which come in handy when the temperature plummets to 5 degrees. In typical Victorian style the weather fluctuated between 5 degrees at night to 41 degrees in the middle of the day.
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Good Vibrations Festival 2011 – February 2011 [Festival News]

  Good Vibrations Festival is THE event of Australia’s summer holiday festivities. Situated in the coolest surroundings our beautiful cities have to offer, GVF features the finest international and local artists performing an eclectic blend of the finest and freshest party music!

You wont get no sleep!

Jam Music proudly presents the 8th Good Vibrations Festival
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Boiling Point @ Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane 19 November 2010 [Live Review]

Review: Lana Harris
The show begins before we’ve even entered the room. An usher approaches, explaining that to gain admission, tickets are not enough. We’ll need to remove our shoes and any socks and crowd into the shopfront’s store room, leaving behind our footwear. As compensation we will be given a small torch. Crammed into the dark room with forty other people and their exposed feet, we wait for the show to begin.

There is no extra light provided once the doors to the shopfront are opened. We creep in using our bare feet for balance and our small torches for sight. Bolder venturers have already spotted the still as statue performers; others illuminate kitchenware hanging from the ceiling and news stories on the wall recounting the trial of a 1950’s female that killed her husband by poisoning him.
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Ministry of Sound Classics New Years Day @ ivy, Sydney on 1st January 2011 [Event News]

Ministry of Sound Classics New Years Day
  Ministry of Sound Classics is back once again on New Years Day 2011, helping you bring in the New Year in classic style. Nestled neatly away from all the dirt, sweat and grime, Ministry of Sound Classics has become a staple to the party diet of many a seasoned punter, and this, it’s fifth instalment, is no exception and sure to be another sold-out show. There will be sunshine, there will be tunes, there will be five bars serving two rooms of sun-drenched house at Sydney’s premier Ivy Complex.

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Stereosonic 2010 – Maps/Times, iPhone App and Merch


Saturday 27th Nov – SYDNEY – Sydney Showgrounds – Main Arena & Surrounds
12pm-11pm (Gates open 11:45am) – Buy Tickets

Sunday 28th Nov – PERTH* – Claremont Showground
12pm-10pm (Gates open 11:30am) – Buy Tickets

Saturday 4th Dec – ADELAIDE – Bonython Park
12pm-10pm (Gates open 11:45am) – Buy Tickets

Saturday 4th Dec – MELBOURNE – Melbourne Showgrounds
12pm-10pm (Gates open 11:45am)- Buy Tickets

Sunday 5th Dec – BRISBANE – RNA Showgrounds
12pm-10pm (Gates open 11:45am) – Buy Tickets

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On the Road to Somewhere – Alinta Chidzey in West Side Story [Feature Article]

By: Pepa Wolfe

On the Road to Somewhere

Actress Alinta Chidzey is wowing audiences as she burns up the floor in West Side Story, bringing sass and charm to the role of Anita. Life Music Media caught up with her for the Brisbane leg of the Australian Tour.

For someone who has just taken a quick break from an intense tech week to talk to the media, Alinta Chidzey appears very relaxed.

It’s a sunny day at Southbank in Brisbane, where the cast and crew of the classic musical West Side Story are busily preparing to launch the next leg of their Australian tour. Chidzey sits sipping an orange juice and speaks enthusiastically about the role of Anita – the fiery Puerto Rican immigrant unwillingly caught up in a 50s gang war – for which she is receiving rave reviews.
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Interview: Australian based pop band… STRAY


Australian based pop band Stray formed in Sydney at the end of 2006. Sharing the same passion for Pop music, they combined their talents and blended a mix of 80’s funk inspired bass lines, organic feel of RnB and the current Electro Pop/Rock dimension to create the Stray sound.

Life Music Media caught up with the duo *Alessandro Gaudiosi (Lead Vocals, Synths), Phil Lombardo (Drums, Synths)* to find out more about STRAY!

Hi guys, can you tell us a little about “Stray”?

  Well, we are a 2 piece duo who just love pop music. we love to write it, produce it and most of all perform it-

We have just released our EP titeld ‘Sex, Love and Neon Lights‘ which features 5 tracks inspired by the great Michael Jackson and Prince. We really inspirie to write and perform music which has a commercial feel to it and I guess thats what Stray is all about in a nut shell.

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The Bohemian Masquerade Ball @ The Old Museum, Brisbane 9th October 2010 – Live Review

Review: Victoria Nugent
Photos: Charlyn Cameron

It wasn’t a typical night out, but as the Old Museum in Bowen Hills came alive for the Bohemian Masquerade, it promised to be a spectacular evening. The event was spread out over two large rooms and a verandah, with decadent costumes and masks adding to the amazing atmosphere.

The first room started out with house music, before transitioning into a range of DJs and bands which got the crowd dancing. Continue reading