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Holy Ghost Playing at Future Music Festival
FUTURE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Smirnoff Vodka is bringing a slice of New York nightlife to the Future Music Festival by hosting James Murphy’s DFA Records on their very own stage. Aussie festival-goers will be transported to the heart of New York City with an all-encompassing nightlife experience that will see DFA leading-light, Murphy and Pat Mahoney, his partner in the legendary LCD Soundsystem, on headline duties. Thanks to our lovely friends at Smirnoff Vodka, we have an awesome double pass up for grabs to Future Music Festival when it hits Perth on Sunday, March 4, at Joondalup Arena. For your chance to win, simply tell us what would be your mode of transport to take you to Future Music Festival.
It has been four years but Perth band Blanche DuBois are back and better than ever with their third studio album Young Heart. Drawing on their personal experiences of relationships, love and loss, Nadija and Adriana Begovich’s latest record was produced in Sydney by Matt Fell who has worked with Tim Freedman and Josh Pyke. To celebrate the release of this anticipated album, we have five copies to giveaway. Enter now for your chance to snag one.
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Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
KOMODO MUSIC PRESENTS MASK 2012
What better way to celebrate a long weekend than by getting dressed up, putting on a mask and dancing the night away with an open bar? Mask 2012 is being held at the Empyrean (the old IMAX theatre) on Saturday, March 3, and promises to be a night of good times and great memories with plenty of entertainment all night long. We are giving five of our lucky readers the chance to win a standard double pass to this wonderful event so get in now as it is sure to be a magical evening.
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Coriolanus is a banished hero of Rome who allies with a sworn enemy to take his revenge on the city. We have ten double passes up for grabs to see the new film starring Gerard Butler, Ralph Fiennes and Vanessa Redgrave. Get in now for your chance to win.
ARAABMUZIK @ THE BAKERY
With AraabMuzik’s fast rhythmic touches on the machine- while donning a New Era fitted, some might call it poetry in motion, others might say it’s suicide on an MPC, but for this producer it’s another day on the job. MPC master AraabMuzik checks into the Bakery on Sunday, February 26, and we have two double passes up for grabs. Enter now for your chance to win tickets.
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The Soundwave timetable was released this week and our Facebook fans are pretty bummed about some of the clashes…
SMILE LIKE YOU MEAN IT
Mark Slipknot and Black Label Society. Bush and Wednesday 13. Soad Machinehead and Sisters Of Mercy… FUCKKKKKKKKK got a couple of big decisions to make!
Alex Machine Head and System of a Down on at the same time is pretty ordinary... Nina Offs! Why would they overlap bands that they put together on sidewavesobviously they know that they got the same fans who will want to see both. Jarrod Sisters and Devin have only got 40 fucking minutes each??? Why Soundwave why? Too many other shit bands this year cut down on them and give real artists a chance to play.
Just a quick thank you to all the crew that made it down to Serial Killer Smile’s debut EP launch for The Elephant In The Room. We had a blast. Thanks a lot to Further Earth, Copious and This Other Eden for being such amazing support acts and to Big Daz for our live sound. Also thanks to the Rosemount staff and production crew for their help on the night. See you all at the next show!! \m/ Richo (Serial Killer Smile) Via Email
Kate This is going to be sick I’ve got to run from one stage to the other side of the oval to see the bands I wanna see.
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Published on Feb 21, 2012