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Harts Releases New Video For ‘Power’ – September 2016


With his commanding new album Smoke Fire Hope Desire set to drop this Friday, September 16 via Dew Process/UMA, Harts is cranking the hype and volume up to 11 today with the release of the explosive video for ‘Power’.
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Festival of the Sun 2016 Lineup Announced!

Now twelve years strong, Port Macquarie’s Festival of the Sun (FOTSUN) is back in 2016, bringing more oomph than ever before. As Australia’s all-time favourite boutique festival, only the best of the nation’s live music scene has been hand-picked to play this year. Without further ado FOTSUN 2016 Deep Sea Edition is excited to present to you the smoking hot, drool-inducing lineup:
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Live Review: Vampire Weekend + Gang of Youths @ Hordern Pavilion, Sydney – January 8, 2014

Review: Heather McNab
Arriving at the Hordern Pavilion early it was clearly already abuzz with a large groups of excited fans dancing along to and being drawn in by support band Gang of Youths. The band performing an excellent set, preparing the crowd and setting expectations high for the main act, Vampire Weekend.

After a short break and the venue filling quickly, the lights dim and with enthusiastic screams and whistles from the audience, Vampire Weekend take to the stage starting out with “Diane Young”. Fans were onboard from the first note, singing along to every word of every song, completely emmersed and happy. Frontman Ezra Koenig’s easy style relaxing the crowd with a feel good vibe. In contrast, bassist Chris Baio’s dancing and movements were mesmerising, a life force all to themselves.
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FRIGHTENED RABBIT announce Sydney & Melbourne Side-Shows – February 2014

Frightened Rabbit visited Australia for a national tour earlier this year off the back of their Pedestrian Verse album, playing GTM Festivals and a run of sold-out east coast sideshows. Having recently been announced as part of Laneway Festivals 2014 line-up, Frightened Rabbit have confirmed headline shows in Sydney and Melbourne.
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