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Kerser announces dates for his 2015 national tour to support album 'King'

Reigning in from Sydney's western suburbs, Kerser has announced a national tour in support of his fourth album King. With prominent themes of his background, personal struggles and success thus far, the tour will open to an audience at Melbourne's Hi-Fi in late January, with 5 gigs to follow, closing in Adelaide toward the end of February.

11th Anniversary of Come Together announced with Kerser as headliner!

After a successful run last year with their 10th anniversary event, the anticipated Come Together festival will return to the gorgeous surrounds of Sydney's Luna Park for an all hip-hop affair.

the AU interview: Emcee Kerser (Sydney) talks Big Day Out 2014!

Meredith sat down and had a little chat with Sydney Emcee Kerser. Not only is he getting pumped for Big Day Out but he's keen on Good Life festival too. Check out his new album S.C.O.T (Sickest C*** Out There) and get excited for Big Day Out! Read on...

the AU interview: Kerser (Campbelltown)

Australia’s number one underage music festival is back in 2014 and it’s set to be bigger and better than ever before. The Good Life Festival will return in February with two new cities added to the national tour and with a massive line- up of both local and international acts, so if you’re 13-17 get ready to party. the AU review spoke with one of the artists on the bill, Aussie rapper MC Kerser.

Big Day Out announces second artist announcement - Primus, Vista Chino and more added!

The Big Day Out is already bringing some pretty big guns in summer 2014, with the likes of Pearl Jam and Arcade Fire set to perform - today, the festival has announced a slew of acts set to join the original bill, showcasing some great international and local acts.

Good Life Festival tour announced for 2014!

The hugest under 18's music festival in the country has announced its lineup and details for 2014! Good Life is set to feature some huge names next year, bringing some banging tunes and live music sets to the 13 to 17 year old demographic around the nation.

Photo Gallery: Heatwave Festival Day 1 - Middleton (13.01.12)

Despite the non-arrival of the headline act D12 and a lower than expected turnout, the show went on for the debut of Heatwave - a south coast weekend camping festival. Tech N9ne, Obie Trice, Perth duo Bombs Away and more entertained the mainly young but enthusiastic crowd. The second day promised music from Chamillionaire and Kid Cudi. Heatwave is set to tour major capital cities.