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JUST BLAZE

Festival Review: Rhythm and Vines Day Three - Waiohika Estate, Gisborne (31.12.14)

While RnV's second day was dominated by hard beats and EDM-driven celebration, the massive festival's final day saw a bit more diversity with headliners Bastille bringing in 2015, a show-stealing set from locals Broods, an encore from the unstoppable P Money, EDM chaos from Zane Lowe, and classic rock from NZ legends Mi-Sex.

Photo Gallery: Field Day Part 1 - The Domain (01.01.15)

Part one of our Field Day festival coverage at The Domain in Sydney includes artists such as Salt n Pepa (pictured above), Collarbones, Danny Brown, Glass Animals, Joey Bada$$, Just Blaze, Milky Chance, MØ, Thundamentals and Tycho. Photos by Johnny Au.

Field Day 2015 announcement includes Alt-J, SBTRKT, Bastille and more!

The huge New Year's Day festival set to take over Sydney, Field Day, has dropped a juicy line up for its next installment, featuring the likes of Alt-J, SBTRKT, Bastille and more! Announced on Triple J this afternoon, the Field Day line up boasts some huge Australian and international names from the dance/electro, indie and hip-hop realms, offering up one hell of a party for punters keen to kick on well after the New Year's Eve celebrations have wound down.

Photo Gallery: Listen Out Festival - Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne (05.10.13)

Ian Laidlaw was down at the Royal Botanic Gardens to cover the Listen Out Festival in Melbourne! So many great acts over the day - check out the gallery here!

Festival Review: Listen Out - Centennial Park, Sydney (28.09.13)

Fuzzy’s annual Parklife festival seems to be no more; this year it has been replaced by a new brand and new image – Listen Out. The most striking difference is that the new national tour has down-sized and went for a more contained festival rather than an all-out international star-studded event. The market is over-flooded, and Fuzzy have recognised this; they have given us a simple, straight-forward day of trendy tunes and everything we’ve come to love (or hate) about dance festivals.

Listen Out reveals first line up announcement!

It was unfortunately announced last week that there would be no more Parklife festival. Alas, there is something new to get excited about – Listen Out! Something to remember about Listen Out; it’s a dance party, not a festival, and it’s not to be missed.

The first line-up for the event has been announced:
Disclosure (LIVE)
Azealia Banks
TNGHT (LIVE)
Hudson Mohawke & Lunice
Duke Dumont
Alunageorge
Classixx (LIVE)
Miguel Campbell
John Talabot (LIVE)
Just Blaze

Just Blaze have been added to the KillaQueenz 10th Anniversary Line-Up

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Who is JUST BLAZE?

Well, he is without question one of the most successful urban producers in the world.