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V Energy Australia announce line up for four-day festival MoVement Sydney

V Energy Australia are stepping up their involvement in the local festival scene by staging a four-day dance party titled MoVement Sydney this October, promising a comprehensive range of international and local talent in several venues across the city, spanning boats on the harbour and to record stores and warehouses. The planned annual event will speak loud and proud to Sydney's dance community, pulling on every corner of the scene to bring audiences some of the sharpest minds in local electronica, tech, house, and more.

Angus & Julia Stone, Jon Hopkins, Four Tet and more named on this year's Lost Paradise line up!

This year's Lost Paradise festival is set to be fantastic, with the official first artist announcement being revealed. The three day camping festival is going to be held in the Glenworth Valley over New Year's, offering festival goers a special experience of live music, arts, some brilliant food and drink options and more to bring in 2016 in unique style. Confirmed to perform and DJ at Lost Paradise this year are acts including Angus & Julia Stone, Jamie xx, Four Tet, Tkay Maidza, Jon Hopkins and more - the full line up can be viewed below!

the AU Weekend Gig Guide: July 10th - July 12th

Another weekend is upon us and we bring you some of our picks of some of the sweet shows happening around the country this weekend. Line up High Tension, in Melbourne and Alpine in Sydney, for example. A diverse and killer range of bands are hitting the coast over the next few nights - don't miss 'em!

Vivid Live Review: FCX, 10 Years of Future Classic - Sydney Opera House (29.05.15)

Photo by Prudence Upton for Sydney Opera House

The two words I most closely associate with Aussie label Future Classic would be 'consistency' and 'reinvention'. Over the past decade FC have remained one of the most consistent go-to bodies for quality electronica based off of their passion and discerning ear for refreshing, progressive productions and talent. What's more is that they constantly reinvent not only themselves, but the scene around them, and are responsible for the big mark Australian electronica has made and continues to make around the globe. We always knew that it was going to be a big deal when they hit the landmark 10 year anniversary.

Listen to Seekae, Victoria Kim, and Charles Murdoch remix the natural and unnatural sounds of Sydney Opera House

Inspired by Matthew Herbert's fascination with 'found sounds', the musical talents of Seekae, Victoria Kim, and Charles Murdoch were called upon to sample and remix both natural and unnatural sounds found in and around the iconic Sydney Opera House.

Seekae set for special headline Melbourne show prior to Splendour in the Grass this July!

Good morning for Seekae fans today, especially those in Melbourne, with the trio announcing a headline show not to be missed in the city this July! Seekae are only playing two major shows in the lead up to their Splendour in the Grass appearance, one being as part of the Future Classic 10 year celebration in Sydney and this new one at Howler in July. The news comes with the announcement of a special digital remix package of their single "The Worry", featuring remixes from Henrik Schwartz, Roland Tings and András.

Photo Gallery: St Jerome's Laneway Festival Part 2 - Sydney College of the Arts (01.02.15)

The second and final part of the AU Review's photo series from St Jerome's Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts. Featuring FKA Twigs (pictured above), Raury, POND, Little Dragon, Seekae, Jungle, Royal Blood, Banks, St Vincent, Caribou, Flight Facilities, Jon Hopkins and Flying Lotus. Photos by Johnny Au.

Five Australians not to miss at St. Jerome's Laneway Festival 2015.

The St. Jerome's Laneway Festival kicks off in Singapore tomorrow before coming to Australia for its 2015 national tour! We recently gave you our five international acts not to miss at the festival and now we take a look at the Aussies set to take to one of the many stages set to be put up at sites in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Fremantle over the next few weeks.

The Preatures, Seekae and more win at the 2014 FBi SMAC Awards!

The 2014 FBi SMAC Awards went down overnight at Carriageworks in Sydney, celebrating the musicians, artists, performers, restaurants and events who've repped for the city brilliantly in the last year. Forming any city's creative hub and maintaining a vibrant and inclusive culture is a task in itself, but as the SMAC Awards have shown year after year, Sydney has always had a good network of creatives striving to make the city a place you want to go and a place you want to stay.

The Laneway Festival announces partnership with the Red Bull Music Academy, presenting the Future Classic Stage!

With a line up as delectable as the Laneway Festival one is, fans around the country have quite a task on them this year in deciding who to get along and see. There have been minor line up additions, with the announcement of Tkay Maidza, stepping into Lykke Li's original place on the bill and now, Laneway has announced that all legs of the festival are very close to selling out.

New Music Video: Seekae "The Stars Below" (2014)

This year's been a good one for Seekae. Bringing their music to more venues around the world, as well as releasing their acclaimed third album The Worry to eager fans at home. They released their latest music video, this time for "The Stars Below", one of the impressive cuts from the record.

FBi SMAC Awards nominees announced!

FBi Radio today announced the nominees for the 2014 SMAC Awards, celebrating Sydney's music, arts and culture industry for its 7th year! Recognising musicians, artists, restaurants, events and performers who have stood out in their artistic and business endeavours in Sydney in 2014, the SMAC Awards once again represent a diverse and incredibly talented bunch of trailblazers.

Final nominees for the 2014 J Award for Album of the Year and Double J Artist of the Year nominees announced!

It’s November, which means it’s Triple J’s annual AUS music month. The highlight is the J Awards and the final nominees for Album of the Year and the inaugural Double J Artist of the Year have been announced.

the AU interview: Aluna Francis and George Reid of AlunaGeorge (London) talk Beyonce, Melbourne music and Beyond The Valley!

Skills for days and vibe that pays, Aluna Francis and George Reid melt together with an uncanny unison. The dynamic duo are brazenly putting a spin of their own on incandescent electro pop. Over the years, AlunaGeorge have steadily ascended with their standout R&B laced electronica, teaming catchy melodies with simple, but incredible production.