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ANIMAUX

Illy, Thundamentals, Jebediah and more to feature at 2015's Festival of the Sun festival this December!

Festival of the Sun celebrates its 11th year this year, taking over the Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park in Port Macquarie on December 11th & 12th. Leading the artist announcement today are some of the country's favourites, Illy, Thundamentals and Jebediah, while the crew behind FOTSUN have also announced the inaugural Wabi Sabi night to proceedings this year.

New festival PARADISE reveals line up details!

As one festival nears cancellation, another new one rears its head for its first year in 2013. Paradise, announced today as a three day/two night party from November 29 to December 1, concentrates on showcasing and supporting Australia's up and comers and man, is it a fine line up.

'NYE On The Hill' announces bands and artists to perform at Wonthaggi festival!

If you're looking for yet another festival to get to over the New Year period, perhaps NYE On the Hill is up your alley! Set at 'The Farm' at Wonthaggi, about 95 minutes out of Melbourne, the festival is set to showcase some great Australian talent in a picturesque setting!

Tully On Tully launching new single down the east coast through until June.

Tully On Tully's collaboration with the talented Hayden Calnin, "Stay", is a song written by lovers for the lovers. With a single launch tour continuing through until June, Tully On Tully will be sharing the stage with some of the country's best up and coming talent. From their beginnings in 2011, Tully On Tully have been solidly impressing crowds all over the place as well as the industry folk who've been lauding their sound.

Check them out at the following venues!

Decibels Records Launch feat. Animaux + Rosie and George + The Kilniks - Northcote Town Hall (15.09.11)

After a year of collaborating and participating in the government initiative for youth music, Freeza, a small group of successful committee members didn’t want to give it up. Restricted by a one-year maximum stint in the Freeza organisation, they asked themselves what they could do next to continue and further their experiences in the music industry. Not even a year on, those musings have cultivated to a sold-out launch of their very own record label, Decibels Records.