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Laneway Festival Has Announced a Buzzing Line-Up for 2016

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Your official Laneway Festival 2016 lineup announcement has arrived, with the likes of Grimes, Flume, CHVRCHES, The Internet, Thundercat, Vince Staples and Goldlink set to take the stage at next year’s event.

Want to know who else is coming through and which city they’ll be performing in?
Hit the link to find out more.
Tickets go on sale 30 September.

An Interview with WAFIA

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If you’re already familiar with WAFIA, then it’s most likely because you also fell in love with her vocals when she featured on Japanese Wallpaper’s ‘Breathe In’ last year, or perhaps it was when you recently heard her cover of Maria’s 2004 R&B jam, Let Me Love You.

No matter how or when you were introduced to WAFIA’s creations, I think it’s fair to say that the 21-year-old Brisbane singer is filled with so much talent that her angelic voice creates an ambient soundscape with such adoring beauty that simply cannot be ignored.

Find out more about the singer via our exclusive interview.

Brisbane’s WAFIA Shares A Sweet Cover of Mario’s ‘Let Me Love You’

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I knew there was something about WAFIA that was special.

The young Brisbane singer first came to my attention last year, when I heard her voice featured on Japanese Wallpaper’s ‘Breathe In’, and now, she’s decided to release some music on her own and giving us the first taste of what’s to come in the near future.

A cover of Mario’s 2004 hit single, Let Me Love You. <3

Japanese Wallpaper: Breathe In

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‘Breathe In’ signals the first track from a forthcoming EP from Melbourne student Gab Strum.

Working under the moniker Japanese Wallpaper, he is probably one of the youngest producers to come out of our Aussie shores and is definitely one that will make you sit up and take notice.