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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!

Flight Facilities, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, RL Grime and more confirmed for Beyond the Valley!

The 2015 Beyond the Valley Festival has confirmed its line up of Australian and international artists today, along with details of its new location and event information - pack your bags for this one, it's going to be killer! The New Year's Eve party is going to be held amongst the lush surrounds of Lardner Park, only 90 minutes driving distance from Melbourne City, and will feature the likes of Northeast Party House, Jamie xx, Pusha T, RL Grime and more performing!

Live Review: George Maple + Moon Holiday - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (24.04.15)

George Maple has spent a lot of time lending her talents to other artists projects. Her vocals and writing credits have appeared on various other peoples projects. Her vocals forming the central appeal of tracks for producers both home and abroad. Her soulful and sultry vocal sidling perfectly onto Snakehips "On & On" and appearing on songs for Future Classic Labelmates Flume and Flight Facilities.

Boutique island festival "Your Paradise" set to return to Fiji in for 6 days and 5 nights this November

After the likes of Alison Wonderland, Jack Beats, Carmada, Hayden James, Peking Duk and Touch Sensitive kicked things off in 2014, the second annual boutique Island Festival "Your Paradise" is set to return to one of Fiji's most beautiful islands on Malolo Lailai. The festival will return with an incredible lineup - yet to be announced - and will expand to a 6 day / 5 night event, with return flights, transport and private island resort accommodation included in their base packages.

Mountain Sounds Festival strengthens their line up with Touch Sensitive

The gorgeous surrounds of Mount Penang Parklands will bear witness to a very strong line up of Australian acts next month when The Mountain Sounds Festival rolls around. The two-days of music, arts, and camping has benefited from some last minute line-up additions, the latest being Future Classic maestro Touch Sensitive.

Single Stream: Touch Sensitive "Teen Idol" (2014)

They don't slow down at Future Classic do they? One of the label's most popular artists, Touch Sensitive, has dropped one of the most funked-up future disco tracks of the year with "Teen Idols" coming just before the spat of New Year's Eve festivals takes over Australia. It's impossible to keep still for this one so...NSFW (unless your office is a disco).

Field Day 2015 announcement includes Alt-J, SBTRKT, Bastille and more!

The huge New Year's Day festival set to take over Sydney, Field Day, has dropped a juicy line up for its next installment, featuring the likes of Alt-J, SBTRKT, Bastille and more! Announced on Triple J this afternoon, the Field Day line up boasts some huge Australian and international names from the dance/electro, indie and hip-hop realms, offering up one hell of a party for punters keen to kick on well after the New Year's Eve celebrations have wound down.

5 Dance Acts To See At Splendour In The Grass!

Splendour In The Grass is happening next weekend and to hype you up, we've rounded up five EDM acts that you should scuttle off to and see while you're there. There's some neo-soul in the shape of Sam Smith, some New York house with Phantogram, and Australian newbies Touch Sensitive and Wave Racer.

WA festival CIRCO announces epic fourth stage a month out from the event!

A month out from the awesome boutique music festival that is CIRCO, the organisers of the WA event have announced some updates. A fourth stage, the 'Red Bull 'Perf' Stage', has been announced and will be showcasing talents from the WA electronic music scene.

Live Review: Cut Copy + Touch Sensitive - The Metro Theatre, Sydney (08.05.14)

Everything about Touch Sensitive oozes style and polish, with just a thin veneer of sleaze. The salacious funk of 'Slowments', which opened the night sets the tone for the remainder of the night. It’s glistening craft unravelling across the seven minute run time. A great start, marred by the sound clipping that frequently affected Michael Di Francesco live bass.

Photo Gallery: Cut Copy + Touch Sensitive + Nile Delta - Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane (10.05.14)

Cut Copy have returned to Brisbane after a few years absence from our shores, continuing their excellent showcase of their unparalleled love of strobe-driven rave translations of their back catalogue. Andrew Wade was on hand and brings you these photos.

Boiler Room TV Announces Australian Tour!

Next month Boiler Room TV will be returning to our shores for a huge national tour, showcasing the very best in International and local dance acts in Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth; to be broadcasted across the globe online HERE.

Sydney Festival Live Review: Future Classic Party Featuring Jacques Renault + Medlar + Touch Sensitive + Wave Racer - Sydney Town Hall (24.01.14)

The tail end of Sydney Festival saved one of their biggest Paradiso parties for last. The curators were none other but the forward-thinking folk at Future Classic; a label which has quickly become one of the most reliable dance labels in our country, if not the most reliable. Out to prove they house acts which are just as bankable as wunderkind Flume, the Sydney-based label curated quite the tempting line-up, to be unleashed upon the unique surroundings of the heritage-listed Town Hall.

Photo Gallery: Harbourlife - Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquarie's Point (23.11.13)

Electronic music fans gathered at the stunning Mrs Macquaries's Point location for this year's Harbourlife Festival. Photos by Nathan Atkins.