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THE DC3 | the AU review
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THE DC3

Photo Gallery: DARK MOFO Club Nights ft DC 3 + Super Wild Horses + Miles Brown and more... - Faux Mo (19.06.13)

For 3 cold, wintry nights during DARK MOFO, a disused cinema/theatre space is transformed into a dark club with bands, performance art, DJ's, and general oddities and weirdness celebrating all that is debaucherous and sexy and decadent. Tony Proudfoot was there to represent the AU review and brings us these photos from all three nights.

Queenscliff Music Festival Reveals Second Artist Announcement

The Queenscliff Music Festival has set its sights on achieving something like an Olympic Gold status with their second line up announcement! The festival will feature 55 artists and 150 performances over five stages this year, with tickets already on sale and selling quite well! For all ticketing details, visit www.qmf.net.au.

Check out the recent additions to the festival's line up here:

Mia Dyson
The Fauves
Jordie Lane
Loon Lake

The DC3 (ex TISM, ex ROOT!) National Album Tour

The DC3 will release their debut album The Future Sound of Nostalgia on September 1. The album will contain the single I Was The Guy In TISM and live favourite Henry Fucking Wagons.

The Future Sound of Nostalgia is available to pre-order from www.thedc3.com.au now.

The Nymphs - The Nymphs (2010 EP)

In the past few years, only a few bands have grabbed the musical jaws of life and pried a genuinely delighted response from me. ROOT! (now the DC3), Skye Harbour (now defunct, nyaw), Aluka, Clairy Browne and the Bangin’ Rackettes are a few of a few that have wowed me with their business. And now I can happily add Melbourne a capella four-piece The Nymphs to the beatified pile.