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Splendour In The Grass 2012 Lineup

Splendour In The Grass is moving back to Byron Bay following a temporary stay at Woodfordia, and there can be no doubt that with the move to a smaller venue there has come a slightly ‘smaller’ lineup, meaning in this case a more pronounced focus on Australia acts and no mammoth names like Coldplay and Kanye (although personally I think the latter is a good thing). Thankfully however there is still a ton of quality to be found here, most notably in headline acts that don’t tour Australia every other year, as well as a pretty impeccable selection of the ‘it’ bands in Australia right now.

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Falls Festival Announce First Acts

In a surprise move perhaps motivated by information leaks, the Falls Festival have announced their first acts for the 2011/2012 shows.

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Album Review: The National ‘High Violet’

The National proclaimed ‘High Violet’ would be their happy pop record. It’s not. Many people thought that this record would be a massive disappointment after the huge success of ‘Boxer’. It’s not. What it is, is a masterpiece.

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‘High Violet’ Streaming

The National’s new album just began streaming on the New York Times website a few minutes ago. Here’s the link. I’m about to listen to it for the first time, and am incredibly excited. A review will follow, probably tomorrow. Enjoy! Update: review here.

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Muse Australian Tour Leak

Very very unconfirmed, but also very very promising. These originate from a post on the official forums, and hopefully will be confirmed (or otherwise) sometime soon because these sound awesome and realistic. Would going to both Rod Laver shows be too much? Brisbane – Brisbane Entertainment Centre – November 20 Sydney – ACER Arena – […]

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News: ‘High Violet’ Streaming This Friday

Apparently The National’s highly anticipated new album ‘High Violet’, of which we have already heard several track from, has leaked in low quality form. In response the band have made the wise decision that they will be streaming the album via the NY Times from this friday. Personally I’m resisting the low quality version in […]

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