The second annual Clarkefield Music Festival will be held on the 17th of March! Raising money in order to assist children and their families living in poverty in Cambodia, the festival has brought a great line-up of bands together for this awesome cause. All proceeds from the festival will be forwarded directly to the running of a new school for over a thousand children living in the Kampong Thom province in Cambodia.
Artists set to perform at the Clarkefield Music Festival are:
Clarkfield near Sunbury, Victoria is holding it's 2nd music festival on Sunday March 17 with all money going towards the Cambodia Kids Foundation.
Tim Rogers, Mick Thomas, The Toot Toot Toots, Sal Kimber, Charles Jenkins will join local acts on the day which not only brings live music to regional Victoria but will raise money for a great cause.
Is there still room for concept albums in this iPod-dominated age, when our attention-spans are ruled by fast-forward and shuffle buttons? Let's hope so because it would be a crime if a record as original and thematically-striking as Outlaws fails to find an audience.
This week’s releases are a varied bunch – there’s everything from Hip-Hop, dance, dubstep to hard rock. Releases from Marina and the Diamonds, Flo Rida, Nicki Minaj, Keane, Jason Mraz, B.o.B and Missy Higgins keep it rolling along. It’s an interesting mix, make sure you have a look for yourself!
Melbourne band The Toot Toot Toots will be out on the road in support of their newly released debut album Outlaws.
Sydney group Betty Airs will launch its debut 7” in Melbourne next weekend. Catch the band at The Grace Darling next Friday 3 December with Electric Smile Band and Darren Sylvester, and also at the East Brunswick Club next Saturday 4 December with The Toot Toot Toots and Mikelangelo and The Tin Star.