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JACQUES LU CONT

Festival Review: Harbourlife - Mrs Macquarie's Point, Sydney (23.11.13)

No matter the line-up, the exceptional venue will always be at primary reason for attending the annual Harbourlife festival. That’s not to say this year’s 10th anniversary line-up was lacking, by any means. Carl Craig, Jacques Lu Cont and David August headed a small line-up of quality, authentic dance music; the kind that does away with watered-down pop-infused nonsense and really gives Sydney’s dance enthusiasts a reason to celebrate.

Photo Gallery: Harbourlife - Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquarie's Point (23.11.13)

Electronic music fans gathered at the stunning Mrs Macquaries's Point location for this year's Harbourlife Festival. Photos by Nathan Atkins.

Jacques Lu Cont returning to Australia!

Three time Grammy award winner Jacques Lu Cont returns to Australia next month for a tour to Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth. Widely known for his experimental sound building as reputation on pushing the electronic dance music's boundaries, this tour is a must.

Harbourlife 2013 details revealed!

Sydney's best waterside party in Harbourlife is back in 2013 and the people behind it all have announced artist details, ticketing info and more for the November festival.

Album Release News Weekly: Sunday, 21 October 2012

This weeks releases are definitely albums to watch out for; they include artists like Lisa Miller, Everything Everything, Zoophyte, Paul McCartney and The Coup. Enjoy!!

PAUL MCCARTNEY

Live Review: Parklife - Centennial Park, Sydney (30.09.12)

I had to trash my mental map for this year’s always-anticipated Parklife, as the Sydney leg of the established yearly dance festival came with a not-to-distant venue change. The familiar Kippax Lake was left alone as brightly-lit kids marched into Centennial Park for a day filled with gorgeous weather and trendy tunes.