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Johnny Marr, Hungry Kids of Hungary and more added to Falls Festival lineup!

With tickets set to go on sale tomorrow, the Falls Festival crew have revealed the second round of artists to perform over New Years - just to get you that much more excited.

Live Review: Hungry Kids of Hungary + Little Scout - Oxford Art Factory (23.08.13)

Little Scout arrive on stage to a sparse crowd and an equally measly reception, but the Brisbane four-piece soon win over the audience with their immensely catchy dance-rock numbers.

Photo Gallery: Hungry Kids Of Hungary + Little Scout + Evan & The Brave - Oxford Art Factory (23.08.13)

Hungry Kids Of Hungary returns to the Oxford Art Factory as part of their current tour. Supported by Little Scout and Evan & The Brave. Photos by Johnny Au

Album Review: Louis Spoils - Louis Spoils (2013 EP)

Brisbane-come-Melbournite Jake Rush (Louis Spoils) has announced his self-titled debut EP, to be released to the public on August 2nd. And what a debut it is.

Hungry Kids Of Hungary announce national "Do Or Die" tour

Six months after Brisbane’s Hungry Kids Of Hungary released their critically acclaimed second album, You’re A Shadow, the indie poppers will be winding up a busy year with the "Do Or Die" Tour, their final headline shows for the year. They’ll be starting off at Townsville’s Cultural Festival, and winding up at the Spiegeltent in Brisbane. Fellow Brisbanians, Little Scout will be joining them for the 9-date journey. Along with the announcement of the tour, they’ve launched the video for the catchy tune, "Do Or Die".

Festival Review: Groovin The Moo - Hay Park, Bunbury (11.05.13)

This year’s run of the Groovin’ the Moo festival came to a close at Bunbury’s Hay Park on Saturday. Though the festival has been running for a couple of years now, this was the first time I’d ventured along, drawn in part by an eclectic line-up of both Australian and international artists.

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo - Hay Park, Bunbury (11.05.13)

The final stop of the Groovin The Moo festival tour landed in Hay Park, Bunbury where the likes of The Temper Trap, The Kooks, Tegan and Sara, Midnight Juggernauts, The Amity Affliction, The Bronx and more entertained the huge crowd for the day. Our man Stuart Sevastos was there to bring the highlights of the day.

Festival Review: Groovin The Moo - University of Canberra (28.04.13)

As a Brisbane girl it’s an exciting experience to make a special trip out of my city and state for a festival. And with the line up at this years Groovin' the Moo, I wasn’t going to miss it for the world, even if it meant two days of 4am wake up calls.

Manic Street Preachers confirm Australian return with 'Send the Lions Away' tour!

It's an announcement many fans in Australia have been waiting long for, that the Manic Street Preachers would finally be returning to our shores. Coinciding with the British Lions Tour of Australia, the iconic band will be performing two shows in Australia, one in Sydney and Melbourne. The gigs will take place before the rugby team takes part in test matches in each city - a perfect event for rugby enthusiasts all round!

Photo Gallery: Groovin The Moo Part 1 - University of Canberra (28.04.13)

Groovin the Moo at the University of Canberra kicked off with rad performances from Last Dinosaurs, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Urthboy, DZ Deathrays, Matt and Kim, Seth Sentry, The Amity Affliction and Alpine (pictured).

Festival Review: Groovin' the Moo - Maitland Showgrounds (27.04.13)

The first Groovin’ the Moo of the year was given the most perfect day for a festival. Big blue skies, a bright shining sun, and not a cloud in sight met Groovers who showed up to the Maitland Showground on Saturday April 27th. The sold out Maitland leg of the festival preceded the Canberra show on Sunday, a big weekend for artist and festival organizers alike.

Live Review: Hungry Kids Of Hungary + The Preatures + Them Swoops - The Corner Hotel, Melbourne (26.04.13)

Melbourne’s Corner Hotel was lucky enough to host Brisbane’s Hungry Kids Of Hungary on the last show of their national You’re A Shadow tour. The much acclaimed shows around Australia and the sold-out Melbourne date incited high expectations in those headed to Richmond on Friday night. Hungry Kids Of Hungary did not let Melbourne down.

Live Review: Hungry Kids of Hungary - Jive, Adelaide (24.04.13)

It has only been about 5 months since Brisbane boys, Hungry Kids of Hungary were last at Jive in Adelaide, but since then they've released their long awaited album You're a Shadow. Jive is the perfect venue for a band like Hungry Kids; it's a funky, indie setting with absolutely nothing pretentious about it. Hungry Kids of Hungary started a lot earlier than I had anticipated meaning I missed out on The Preatures which I was disappointed about, but heard nothing but good things.

Live Review: Hungry Kids of Hungary + The Preatures + Them Swoops - The HiFi, Brisbane (19.04.13)

In 2010, the Hungary Kids of Hungary played the Hifi in support of their debut album Escapades. Over two years on and they return to this very stage to celebrate the release of their sophomore album You’re a Shadow.