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GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL

Mark Ronson brings out Mary J Blige, Grandmaster Flash, and George Clinton for "Uptown Funk"

With no Bruno Mars in sight, producer mastermind Mark Ronson worked out a spectacular way to bring his hit "Uptown Funk" to life on stage at this year's Glastonbury. While guests are to be expected, Ronson delivered a surprising - and incredibly fun - triple threat, bringing out first DJing pioneer Grandmaster Flash, then R&B queen Mary J Blige, and finally funk master George Clinton for huge Uptown Funk jam.

the AU interview: Peace (England) talk "Happy People", future plans, their 'dove guy', Glastonbury and more...

English indie rock band Peace caught up with the AU last month to talk about their newest album, Happy People, their methods and their upcoming plans. The band were in Australia touring for Groovin’ The Moo and took the time to chat with us during their tour.

the AU interview: Joe Falconer of Circa Waves (Liverpool) talks Splendour in the Grass, Glastonbury & their debut album!

Circa Waves have been riding high. Cementing themselves as ones to watch, with BBC1 Radio awarding them song of the week twice and the NME hand picking them to play the vaunted opening slot on their inaugural Shockwaves tour. It comes as little surprise that guitarist Joe Falconer is a little sleepy when we wake him up to chat about their Splendour in The Grass visit and to get the scoop on what we can expect from their debut album.

Courtney Barnett & Jagwar Ma join HUGE Glastonbury 2014 lineup!

Oh Glastonbury, why you gotta be such an enticing minx every year? The legendary British festival (already sold out, duh), has released its first line up of artists and if you're living on this side of the globe, you're probably feeling a huge case of FOMO.

Tour Diaries: Melbourne's Metals perform at Glastonbury 2013...

Good friends of the AU review, Melbourne's Metals, recently packed their bags and headed to the UK to perform at the legendary Glastonbury festival. They compiled a tour diarty exclusively for the AU review, which you can enjoy here...

The Rolling Stones confirmed to headline at Glastonbury 2013

Proving again why it is regarded as one of the biggest and best music festivals on the globe, the line up for Glastonbury 2013 has delivered the goods once more. Confirming months of rumours and speculation, The Rolling Stones are set to headline the Saturday night slot at the festival, with the creme de la creme of popular music also set to grace the UK music gathering.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part Three: Friday (24.06.11)

Friday started off well enough, though grey clouds hung ominously above the Somerset farm. Even without the rain, navigating the festival grounds was becoming more and more of a challenge as the mud began to slowly take over the site.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part Two: Thursday (23.06.11)

Day two started off ominously enough with an early morning shower, however with it soon easing off, the threat of a potential washout was averted for another day. Being only Thursday, the main stages of the festival were still not open - the festival officially runs across the weekend Friday to Sunday. But there's more than enough going on the smaller stages to keep you from getting bored.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part One: Wednesday (22.06.11)

It's that time of the year again! "Summer" has hit the Northern Hemisphere and the UK's largest and most famous music festival is back for another year. Anyone expecting a repeat of last year's scorching sunny weather,had such hopes dashed immediately on arrival; though the rain failed to dampen the spirits of the thousands of punters who descend on the Somerset farm.