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Falls Festival sideshows announced for Foals, Bloc Party, Halsey, Disclosure and more!

We're two months out from the Falls and Southbound festivals kicking off for another year and like previous years, tickets have been flying for the events held around the country over the New Year's period. With the likes of Foals, Bloc Party and The Wombats headlining, the festival tour this year has represented a strong line up of international favourites, not to mention a crop of artists from Australia and abroad who've broke out strongly through 2015. Today, a bunch of official sideshows have been announced for a select few of these heavy hitters - click through to see where you can catch 'em and when.

Album News Weekly - 24th September 2015

In This Issue: Disclosure, Peaches, OPM, U.S. Girls, Gypsy and the Cat, Crayon Fields, The Pinheads, New Order, World's End Press, Kaskade and Fetty Wap...

2015 Apple Music Festival Headliners Announced Including Pharrell Williams, One Direction and Florence + The Machine

The annual Apple Music Festival is ready to bring incredible live performances to fans worldwide this September. Apple has announced headliners Pharrell Williams, One Direction, Florence + The Machine, Disclosure and much more... Click through for all the info!

Foals and Bloc Party lead the first artist announcement for the Falls & Southbound festivals!

Now that Splendour in the Grass is over for another year, Australian festival goers can now look ahead to the next major run of festivals coming up over the New Year period and for 2015, the crew behind the Falls and Southbound festivals have delivered a pretty slick line up of artists set to bring in your New Year right. Leading the first artist announcement of the festival tour are Foals and Bloc Party, both British bands who have long enjoyed a successful relationship with fans in Australia.

Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Tiësto, and Diplo head massive Stereosonic 2014 line up

Stereosonic continues it's dominance by shaking up the global dance scene and raining a who's who of production and DJ stalwarts upon Australia, with one of the festival's biggest line ups yet. Again spread over two back-to-back days, Steresonic will bring punters live shows from the likes of Tiësto, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, Diplo, and Booka Shade; as well as a huge DJ set from the almighty Disclosure.

The Festival Diaries: The Governor's Ball in New York City (Part Three: Day Three, 2014)

Day three dawns and the sun gods have visited us again – time to get alarmed, because now we know New York will be haunted with rain, fog and mugginess for the weeks to come. Only two minutes in, Canadian's Half Moon Run have set the bar for the day, with smooth harmonies and a gracefulness that makes every instrument from drum to kazoo look like an elaborately choreographed move – more dancing than music-making.

5 Acts Not to Miss at The Governor's Ball Music Festival in New York City next weekend!

It’s finally – FINALLY – warming up in New York City after a winter from hell, and suddenly the notion that festival season has begun doesn't seem so bizarre after all. As citydwellers return from their Memorial Day weekends of Mysteryland and EDC fun, the trace remnants of glitter and mud remind us all that there is a world out there, and it is full of fantastic music.

Festival Review: Groovin’ The Moo - Prince of Wales Showground, Bendigo (03.05.14)

The cruel upbeat tone of my alarm sounded at 6:00AM on Saturday morning. As I momentarily considered face planting into the pillow and ignoring its sole purpose, I realised it was time to get Groovin'. The train ride in was long and tumultuous; aisles laden with inappropriately dressed festival-goers and a lone local tennis player, seemingly unimpressed by the inane amount of extra bodies that occupied her usually quiet Saturday morning train. Upon arrival the sun was shining, but our future looked bleak. Dark clouds were rolling in. We were surrounded. Luckily enough, the Groovin' gods smiled upon us, keeping us dry (for the most part).

Feature: 10 Artists to Watch as Groovin' The Moo comes to Bendigo, Townsville & Bunbury!

Allday @ Oakbank - Photo By Lauren Connelly.

Groovin' The Moo is gearing up for its final weekend of shows from tomorrow, hitting up Bendigo, Townsville and Bunbury. Having already impressed both the new Oakbank crowd, as well as those dedicated Moo-ers in Maitland and Canberra, GTM has provided some standout sets festival crowds still to come must check out. Off the back of the dates already passed, here's a handy guide for you guys and girls waiting for GTM to stop by your place this weekend...

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo - Oakbank Racecourse (Part Two) (25.04.14)

A sold out Groovin The Moo hit Oakbank, SA for the very first time on Anzac Day last week. Part 2 of our gallery from Lauren Connelly includes Architecture In Helsinki, The Naked and Famous, Holy Fuck and UK headliners Disclosure.

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo Part 2 - Maitland Showgrounds (26.04.14)

The final part of our two part photo coverage of Groovin The Moo festival at Maitland Showgrounds includes artists such as Disclosure, Dizzee Rascal, Holy Fuck, Karnivool (pictured above), Peking Duk, The Jezabels, The Kite String Tangle, The Naked And Famous, The Presets, Wave Racer and What So Not. Photos by Johnny Au.

Festival Review: Groovin' The Moo - Oakbank Racecourse (25.04.14)

Groovin' The Moo pulled into South Australia for the first time on ANZAC Day 2014, setting up camp at the Oakbank Racecourse in the Adelaide Hills. Selling out only shortly before, the event saw thousands heading out of the city and into wine country, where a solid line up of Australian and international bands were getting ready to have a play.

Five of our favourite guest appearances at Coachella

Coachella 2014 was awash with amazing artist cameos, speaking highly to the collaborative vibe at one of the biggest music festivals in the world. Some were expected, some weren't, but all added to a very memorable couple of weekends. Here are 5 of our favourite moments.