Datarock, the Norwegian tracksuit-wearing, festival and dance-anthem favourites are back with their newest EP, the sunny-image inspiring California. I’ve seen Datarock get many a crowd moving with their infectious blend of 80’s pop, electro and funky rock and the songs on California further prove how well these guys can still craft a catchy number or five that are perfect for festival environments.
The USA interview series continues backstage at Filter Magazine's Culture Collide, where Larry Heath caught up with Datarock, to discuss just about everything they could possibly think of. But there's lot of discussion about musicals and their latest EP California, triple j, their self proclaimed "most extravagant single in history" and plenty more...
Brisbane locals Mitzi start the night off with a bit of electro infused funk. The tunes are nice and tight; it's a bit of LCD Soundsystem crossed with lyrics sung by Lionel Richie, packed into neat little four minute pop bytes.
Blessed with perfect weekend weather, swarms of locals and determined commuters descended upon Bendigo’s showgrounds for the seventh annual Groovin The Moo festival. It would proceed as an event in possession of both pros and cons in an attempt to stake its claim as one of the country’s premier festival offerings.
Norway’s red tracksuit party masters Datarock are excited to announce they will be returning to Australia in May for Groovin’ the Moo and will be partying it up with special headline shows along the east coast.