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EMERGING & LOCAL ACTS announced for GROOVIN THE MOO 2016

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Groovin the Moo offers a huge round of applause to the new breed of artists who are joining the 2016 GTM events in each region. We invite patrons to come along early and celebrate the diversity of incredible new talent as the emerging and local artists introduce themselves to you – their comMOOunity!
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Hot Dub Time Machine 2015 Australian Tour

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On the back of yet another marquee festival announcement with the regional Groovin The Moo in April/May, the unstoppable time-traveling maestro – Hot Dub Time Machine – announces the ONE AND ONLY Australian tour for 2015.
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Tkay Maidza – new single ‘M.O.B.’ + Tour Dates

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Armed with fast flow, bossy beats and hella high shoes Adelaide emcee Tkay Maidza continues to stomp her way to the top of the rap-game today premiering her new single ‘M.O.B.’ from her highly-anticipated debut album dropping in 2015 via Dew Process/Universal Music Australia.
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Groovin the Moo (GTM) 2015 Lineup Announced

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Roll along the open highway and let the scent of nature carry you away. Delve into an experimental landscape and be welcomed into the oasis of Groovin the Moo (GTM) 2015.
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Live Review | Groovin The Moo 2014 | Canberra

Review by Scott Singh
gtmAgain comes that time of year where a mixture of locals and people from out of the state come together for a chilly day of good music at Groovin The Moo 2014 held at The University of Canberra. There was a clear distinction of who was a local and who wasn’t based on the apparel worn to combat the weather. Though, despite where you came from, the festival provided enough musical diversity to satisfy anyone’s quota for the day.

To start the day, Sweet Shoppe opened with a short but tenderising set that did intrigue many festival goers as they started their day. With a hypoactive sounds that sports a gifted female vocalist, the set was a great representation of the local talent coming from Canberra. It is always encouraging when locals make the effort to come out and support the band they enjoy at the start of the day.
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