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ANNOUNCING Port Macquarie’s favourite boutique indie festival “Wildwood” – Sunday October 1st, 2017

Port Macquarie’s boutique music festival Wildwood has dropped its first major line-up announcement for 2017, topped by The Jezabels, festival favourites British India, “Bad Seed” Hugo Race and Triple J favourite Alex the Astronaut.
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I LOVE LIFE FESTIVAL 2016 – Lineup ** Local Bands Added **

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*** Local Supports Added ***
You’ve probably already got your tickets to I Love Life, so here’s just a reason not to lose’em… A couple local bands have been added to the line ups!

If seeing bands the likes of The Bennies, High Tension and Camp Cope didn’t already have you all jazzed for the festivities, local thrash punk rockers Hostile Objects will be opening up the Sydney leg, while alt-folk punkers Lifeboat will kick off the Brisbane show.
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THE HARD ACHES RELEASE NEW EP & ANNOUNCE NATIONAL TOUR – SEPTEMBER 2016

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It’s safe to say Adelaide indie-punk rock act The Hard Aches aren’t new to music. The slacker punks surged forward on a relentless touring schedule for the past few years, playing in venues as diverse as carparks, backyards, bedrooms & record stores, honing a sound that is unmistakably their own, brought to life by the technical brilliance of drummer Alex Upton and the frenetic guitarwork of Ben David. Now the duo is back with their new EP I Freak Out, which is already attracting attention on national radio and international buzz. I Freak Out will be released September 9th and is available to pre-order now.
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Screamfeeder – New Single + 2 Huge Shows – July 2016

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Robert Falcon Scott spent years of his life dragging his beleaguered team across the barren wastelands of Antarctica, just for the hell of it, and of course to prove that the endless miles of icy wilderness were no obstacle to his determination and willpower.

Screamfeeder spent the 90s and half of the noughties dragging their arses around Australia and the world, recording album after album with much the same mindset: What the hell, it was hard but it could be done, and it was worth doing.
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