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Feature: Future Music Festival 2014 Lineup Speculation

Later this afternoon, the full Future Music Festival lineup will be revealed! This year brought the likes of The Stone Roses, Psy, Bloc Party and The Prodigy to Australia, so we can - once again - only speculate on who will be coming through the country on the 2014 tour. With the festival entering partnership with the Mushroom Group, some interesting - and massive - names may well be popping up. While we prep our social media accounts for the official lineup announcement, lets place our bets by checking out our speculation guide.

New Music Video: Rudimental ft, Foxes "Right Here"

'Right Here' is the fourth official release from Rudimental's debut album Home, and features vocals from Foxes. Rudimental begin their sold out Australian tour in September.

Tour Updates: Ed Kuepper, Rudimental, Tonight Alive, Boy and Bear, Thirty Seconds to Mars and more!

In this issue: Ed Kuepper adds extra dates to national tour, Rudimental announce support for Australian tour, Tonight Alive changes Adelaide venue, Fat Freddy's Drop adds third Melbourne show to tour, Xavier Rudd adds extra Melbourne date to tour; City and Colour sell out Hobart and Sydney, What About Tonight announced as R5's Sydney support act, Boy & Bear announce support acts, Volumes to support Prepared Like a Bride, Stories and Ocean Grove on Australian tour and Thirty Seconds to Mars reschedule Australian tour for 2014.

Single Stream: Rudimental "Distance feat. Bipolar Sunshine" (2013)

Rudimental and Bipolar Sunshine have teamed up to create this track, 'Distance'. Written and recorded in one day, they also celebrated their collaboration with a gig on the very same day. This was all part of the BACARDÍ Beginnings programme, created in 2012 to give up-and-coming artists the opportunity to be mentored by established acts and present their sound to a wider audience.

Tour Updates: Frank Ocean, Parkway Drive, Fleetwood Mac, Of Monsters and Men, Pluto Jonze, Rudimental, Youth of Today and more!

In this issue: Save the date for new Frank Ocean tickets, Kirin J Callinan, Parkway Drive, Darwin Deez and Youth of Today announce show supports, Amorphis, Of Monsters and Men and Todd Rundgren change venues, Esther Holt is supporting Whitley, Rudimental play second shows in Sydney and Perth, Parkway Drive, Kingswood and Fleetwood Mac add extra shows and Japanese MONO are touring with The Dirty Three’s Mick Turner.

Album Review: Rudimental - Home (2013 LP)

Rudimental want you to know something. And they’re going to tell you, in every hazy, swaying beat, and every expertly placed note. It’s also in the chopped, flipped up vocals, and the blinding club fodder crescendos. What they’re trying to tell you, in the most blatant but sophisticated way, is that they are the masters of modern dance and dub.

New Music Video: John Newman "Love Me Again" (2013)

John Newman is a name you probably won't know. But what you will know is his voice. He sings the vocals on Rudimental hit tracks "Feel The Love" and "Not Giving In". Now, he's set to release his debut single "Love Me Again", on June 24th. But lucky for us, you can already check out the music video. Have a listen!

Gig Announcements: Sydney, NSW & The ACT - May 20

In this issue: Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market on June 2nd, Breakaway ‘At The World’s End’ show in Sydney, Rudimental performing at the University of Canberra Refectory, High Highs announce Sydney show, Ben Hazlewood at The Beresford.

Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market

The infamous Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market is making its return on Sunday 2nd June at Manning House and Manning Bar at Sydney University.

Rudimental confirm Australian tour dates for September.

Chart topping stars of the minute Rudimental have released their Australian tour dates for this September! The London group will be bringing their electrifying live shows back to the country after appearing on Future Music Festival stages across the place earlier in the year. The tour will see more fans able to witness the group perform live, with dates scattered evenly across the country.

Tickets are on sale from 9am, May 16th.

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Album News Weekly: Sunday, 28 April 2013

This week’s album news features Andrew Stockdale’s debut solo album announcement, since his split with Wolfmother. It also includes the return of rock veterans Baby Animals, release dates from Noah And The Whale and Rudimental, plus much more!

Paul McCartney and Nine Inch Nails heading up the 2013 Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco!

The line up for the 2013 Outside Lands Festival has been announced, with the San Franciscan audience set to get amongst some awesome sets courtesy of Paul McCartney, a reformed Nine Inch Nails and more. From August 9-11, Golden Gate Park will become a music lover's haven; tickets are on sale now from sfoutsidelands.com/tickets, with a portion of ticket sales going toward San Francisco's Recreation and Park Department.

Check out the full line up below!

Festival Review: Future Music Festival - Bonython Park, Adelaide (11.03.13)

This year’s Future Music Festival proved one thing to me and that is that I can’t tolerate these type of festivals anymore. I didn’t even make it through the gates at Bonython Park without being accosted by some steroid-loving dickheads who had dropped a number of pills because they were so ‘mad keen for Avicii bruv’ – a somewhat perfect omen for the rest of the day and night to follow.