As far as first artist announcements go, the first reveal for the 2013 Mountain Oasis Electronic Music Summit is a pretty huge one. The three day festival taking place in Asheville, North Carolina, celebrates innovative music and arts in presenting a series of panels, interactive experiences, installations and exhibitions as well as a run of live music performances from some of the best in the genre.
The Festival d'été de Québec, Canada's largest outdoor music festival, is taking place again this July 4-14. With 12 outdoor stages and venues, attracting over 1000 artists to the historical city over the 11 day event, this festival has been pulling visitors and performers of all arts in from all over the world since 1968.
Moving back to the Lake Burly Griffin foreshore, Canberra's Foreshore Festival unleashed their first round of artist announcements. Have a look at who'll be providing the tunes for your bump-and-grind activities on November 24th.
The Jezabels are set to hit the stage with long list of big names, including Black Sabbath, at this years Lollapalooza festival in Chicago.
There has been much talk about the behind-the-scenes happenings of Big Day Out lately, from the controversy to the ridiculously expensive ticket price but none of that seems to matter on the big day – as you enter the festival all you need is enough good music to make for a fun day.
Wasting no time, I positioned myself in the main area’s pavilion to check out what the early-afternoon had in store for the infamous blue and orange stages.
Only weeks away till Bassnectar hits the Australian shores to kick off the Big Day Out tour, we caught up with him to have a chat about the new album Divergent Spectrum and find out what's in store for 2012.
While the second announcement for the 2012 leg of iconic festival the Big Day Out was announced today, some odd decisions in tweaking the lineup in certain cities also came through the wire.
BUCKLE UP! American DJ/Producer extraordinaire BASSNECTAR is bringing the wamp wamp wamp this March, venturing across the Pacific for a series of headline shows in Australia and New Zealand.