Time and time again, Groovin' The Moo have produced rocking lineups over the years. Last year we had the likes of The Wombats, The Jungle Giants, Violent Soho and Pnau perform and it went off with a blast. This year is going to be no exception, with a delicious bunch of artists announced to be playing 2018's Groovin' The Moo!
We have been graced with some of 2017's favourite artists such as Alex Lahey, Baker Boy, Skegss, Portugal. The Man and Vera Blue, who all made it into the hottest 100, along with many others playing this year's festival, which will be held at Wayville Showgrounds on the 27th of April.
If you're not familiar with many of the artists on this year's lineup, we have hand-picked 5 of the best sets to go see on the day.
These four Brisbane members have brought a fresh taste to the world of Electric Pop music, with upbeat synths and strange, yet enticing vocals. If you're looking for a set to get your boogie on with, this is definitely the one to tag along too, as the band know how to bring the whole audience along for the ride, and completely immerse themselves into the music.
This powerful chick has some of the soothing melodic vocals in the scene right now. She describes herself as "the Hannah Montana of the rap game". If you're wanting an outer body experience to dance away to, then make sure to head on over to Mallrat's set on the day!
We couldn't go through a 'top 5 to see' if we didn't give Adelaide girl, Tkay, a shout out. If you're needing a fix of upbeat alternative rap, then you've come to the right place because no one can deliver like this chick can! Maidza played Groovin' The Moo back in 2015 and had the entire crowd grooving like mad-men, this is one set you don't want to miss!
Portugal. The Man
These lads started back in 2000 and have influenced the world with a fantastic combination of soul and grime, while producing some of the most catchy tunes to date. One that you might recognise is "Feel It Still", which made it into 2017's Hottest 100 at #26! We can only imagine what the audience is going to be like when these guys perform, and to take a guess, it's probably going to go OFF.
With a wicked feel of psychedelic funk, Winston Surfshirt has created a harmonious adventure through sensual lyrics and sound. We can definitely hear some Sticky Fingers' and Lime Cordiale vibes in their music, so if they're the kind of bands you're into, then Surfshirt is going to be your highlight of the day!
GTM 2018 LINEUP (In alphabetical order):
Alex Lahey, Amine, The Amity Affliction, Baker Boy, Ball Park Music, Claptone, Confidence Man, Cosmo's Midnight, Dean Lewis, Duke Dumont, Flight Facilities, Grinspoon, Lady Leshurr, Mallrat, Ocean Alley, Paul Kelly, Portugal. The Man, PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING, Royal Blood, Sampa The Great, Skegss, SuperDuperKYLE, Tkay Maidza, Vera Blue and Winston Surfshirt.
All images via This Is Radelaide GTM 2017 gallery