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ST LUCIA

St. Lucia announce April tour dates!

St. Lucia have confirmed that they’ll be returning to Australia in April! The synth pop group will be performing in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Sydney indie group The Griswolds will be joining St. Lucia at all three shows.

Live Review: Parklife - Adelaide Botanic Park (07.10.12)

As the legendary Bob Marley put it, ”Sun is shining, the weather is sweet; make you wanna move your dancing feet…” - nothing could describe Parklife in Adelaide better. Traipsing through the Botanic Gardens on a Sunday were hundreds of punters keen for a dance along to tunes provided by over 35 national and international acts and as I’d find out as the day continued on, the artists were just as keen to get in on the party as we were.

Photo Gallery: Parklife Part Three - Centennial Park, Sydney (30.09.12)

AU Review's photographer Yaya Stempler captured additional footage that rounds out our Parklife Sydney coverage.

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.

Album Review: St. Lucia - St. Lucia (2012 EP)

St. Lucia, tropical paradise...

Synthisers, drums, piano chords and softly layered vocals are all of the elements that create the sounds of St. Lucia. It is not the Caribbean Island, yet they musically verge on being just as calm and etherial in quality.