Don’t miss the local acts at Groovin The Moo this year…

Newcastle Live -


Newcastle band, Split Feed took out the Triple J Unearthed comp to get their spot on this year's Groovin' The Moo line up in Maitland, and well deserved too. But they're not the only locals who will take to the stage along side acts like Paul Kelly, The Amity Affliction and Ball Park Music tomorrow.


If you've been to a local gig in Newcastle over the last few years there's a good chance you would have caught a set from Rachel Maria Cox.

The songs are cleverly crafted, the musicianship is on point, they know how to bring a good time and the threads are LIT (Ed - The Today show told me that young people say that). 


Local DJ Danny has played the last three years of the THIS X THAT festival, so there's a good chance you've pulled some shapes on the festival d-floor to Danny's sounds before. Danny's first appearance at GTM is sure to be a memorable one for the DJ who is quickly picking up a bag of fans.


Gettin' on the SUDS for RAAVE Babie$ - Do we have to say any more?

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It's not his Jayteehazard's first GTM rodeo. This year the festival organisers have dropped the local DJ at the pointy end of The Plot stage and you just know we're in for something special.


As we said at the top, Split Feed were selected by Triple J unearthed from a pool of other great acts to open the Maitland Groovin The Moo for 2018. We're looking forward to seeing what the local band can do on a stage this size. They're known for packing out their local shows, so we're expecting a huge crowd in front of the band during their morning set.

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