AU ABROAD

  • warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/theaureview/theaureview.com/modules/taxonomy/taxonomy.pages.inc on line 33.
  • warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/theaureview/theaureview.com/sites/all/modules/gallery_assist/gallery_assist_display.inc on line 55.
  • warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/theaureview/theaureview.com/sites/all/modules/gallery_assist/gallery_assist_display.inc on line 55.
  • warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/theaureview/theaureview.com/sites/all/modules/gallery_assist/gallery_assist_display.inc on line 55.

FOUR TET

Let Them Eat Cake Festival Announces First Line-Up

Australia’s leading boutique music festival, Let Them Eat Cake has announced its first line-up for 2016 which includes international and local acts. Taking place at Werribee Mansion in Victoria, the festival has become known for its uncompromising attention to detail and smorgasbord of food and art. Celebrating its fourth annual show, Let Them Eat Cake 2016 will be a celebration of electronica and architectural abstract-ism. Click through for first line up and all the details...

Angus & Julia Stone, Jon Hopkins, Four Tet and more named on this year's Lost Paradise line up!

This year's Lost Paradise festival is set to be fantastic, with the official first artist announcement being revealed. The three day camping festival is going to be held in the Glenworth Valley over New Year's, offering festival goers a special experience of live music, arts, some brilliant food and drink options and more to bring in 2016 in unique style. Confirmed to perform and DJ at Lost Paradise this year are acts including Angus & Julia Stone, Jamie xx, Four Tet, Tkay Maidza, Jon Hopkins and more - the full line up can be viewed below!

the AU interview: Omar Souleyman (Syria)

An entirely different sound to what you may have previously encountered, Syrian (super) star, Omar Souleyman is refreshingly obscure. His unique blend of traditional styling’s teamed with (perhaps unwittingly so) Western dance influences are sure to get you moving.

Photo Gallery: Listen Out Festival - Brisbane Showgrounds, Brisbane (05.10.14)

The Listen Out Festival came to Brisbane, bringing with it awesome performances from Ta-ku, Schoolboy Q, Chet Faker, Flume and more. Rhys Herriott went along to grab some shots of the action.

Photo Gallery: Listen Out Festival - Ozone Reserve, Perth (28.09.14)

Flume at Listen Out Festival Perth

The Listen Out Festival arrived at Ozone Reserve in Perth with a lineup featuring Flume, Chet Faker, Ta-ku, Young Fathers, Four Tet and more. Our man Stuart Sevastos was on the ground to bring us the highlights of the day.

Festival Review: Listen Out - Centennial Park, Sydney (27.09.14)

After a successful first year, Fuzzy's Listen Out continues to put forth the case for festival down-sizing, standing with just three stages and a cleverly curated line up to ensure that we got just as much variety as a more excessive festival. A bit more niche and thoughtful in it's structure, the day played out with very few hiccups and once again focused on quality over quantity, exposing the direction of the summer festival season and the styles which are getting the most shine this year.

Festival Review: St Jermone's Laneway Festival - Sydney College of Arts (02.02.14)

Floral headpieces and loud button-ups painted the grounds of the Sydney College of Arts in Rozelle for St Jerome's Laneway Festival. It was the type of highly likeable festival atmosphere that it is all too rare nowadays, and even with the event selling out, those who wanted their space could easily seek out a private patch of grass where they could still enjoy the abundance of music on offer.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 3 - Sydney College of the Arts (02.02.14)

The final part of the AU Review's photo series from St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts. Featuring Grammy Award winning artist Lorde (pictured above), Savages, Earl Sweatshirt, Cloud Control, Jamie XX, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, The Jezabels, Four Tet and Warpaint. Photos by Johnny Au.

Snowbombing 2014 is set to blaze by headliners in The Prodigy and the Chemical Brothers!

"We’re very excited to play such a unique festival, and a new one for us. We have been working on new material for a while now, so every DJ show gives us a chance to share music with people…let's have a ball" - The Chemical Brothers

Clockenflap 2013 announces first line up!

The first announcement of bands and artists for Hong Kong's Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival has been announced. Headlining are UK favourites Franz Ferdinand with many more artists to be announced.

2012 Line Up for Meredith Music Festival Revealed!

After a leak made its way to the internet and was quickly taken down last night, the people behind the Meredith Music Festival have officially released the line up for the 2012 edition!

Promising a line up not to be forgotten, this year's Meredith Festival will be headlined by Primal Scream. Last seen in the country touring Screamadelica, Primal Scream are acid-rock pioneers and will no doubt go down extremely well at Meredith's 'supernatural' ampitheatre.