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Secret Garden Festival announces full line up for 2015!

The Secret Garden Festival recently dropped the news that it had completely sold out all tickets for the 2015 festival, which was only testament to the event's continued popularity and faith from the loyal public who've backed it for so long. Today, the Sydney organisers dropped the full line up of artists set to perform and man, is it impressive. Over 60 bands and DJs will play over four stages at Secret Garden, promising to be the biggest outing of the festival yet. Both international and Australian talent will be represented well at the event, so if you've managed to nab yourself a ticket, you're definitely in a lucky crop!

Photo Gallery: Festival of the Sun (Day 1) - Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park (12.12.14)

Port Macquarie's annual Festival of the Sun returns for its 10th edition with its most stellar lineup to date. Day 1 of the festival included artist such as Goons of Doom, Chris Rose, The Cairos, Timberwolf, Jackie Onassis, I Oh You DJs and the first day's headliners Violent Soho. Photos by Johnny Au.

Remi takes home 50k and Violent Soho, Sheppard lead the charge at the 2014 Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards

The Carlton Dry Independent Music Awards has wrapped up their ninth year with awards going to some very talented and astonishing artists. With an intensely entertaining evening, they handed out 14 awards to some of Australia’s finest talent, including first time winner Remi, multiple award winner Violent Soho and international breakthrough artists Courtney Barnett and Sheppard.

Photo Gallery: Bleeding Knees Club + Sures + Console Warriors + I OH You - Rocket Bar (31.05.13)

Anarchy and carnage - just another Bleeding Knees Club show from the Gold Coast duo. Bringing their catchy pop-meets-punk tunes to all the cool kids. Sures and Console Warriors helped get the energy levels up there and I OH YOU DJs kept the party moving all night. Our photographer John Goodridge was front and center to bring you these pics.

Live Review: Splendour In The Grass Day 2 (28.07.12)

Splendour In The Grass got off to a super muddy start for the second day, but this time, I was ready; prepared with some brand new boots after the Vans I had on the Friday were sacrificed to the vengeful festival god. It made walking into the Supertop to catch the breezy-indie pop stylings of Last Dinosaurs (pictured) easy, and it’s hard to think of a better soundtrack to wade through mud to than their whacked out cover of Modjo’s “Lady”.