Playground Weekender’s The Shack Lineup

The Shack is Playground Weekender’s dive bar sanctuary for lovers of rockabilly, 50’s grunge and blues – the perfect festival location to dance, brood and pash – and today festival organisers announced the line up of locals gracing The Shack’s ramshackle stage. Artists include super handsome folk crooner Andrew Morris, fantastic indie upstarts Fait Accompli and the gorgeous Lanie Lane among others.

If Blues, 50’s grunge, country, folk, pop, rockabilly, swing, vintage and classic hits sounds like your thing The Shack is the destination for you. If that is not your thing you are a robot and you must be destroyed.

Betty Airs (Darren Cross ex Gerling) 50’s grunge 3 piece
Magnetic Heads – Tambourine smashing 5 piece likened to new age Morrissey
Medicated Youth (Simon Day ex Ratcat) Flamboyant pop rock group
The Cracks (Hamish Rosser – The Vines) – Pure rock ‘n’ roll
Matt Van Schie – Late night electro
Inland Sea – 10 piece Brisbane based Triple J Unearthed winners
King Kssr (Kiss ex The Scare) – Solo project with a pop twist
Slow Down Honey – Terrigal 4 piece likened to Elvis Costello, Wilco & The Cars
Fait Accompli – A mash of indie soul punk and rock ‘n’ roll
Dark Bells (Ex Mercy Arms & Lost Valentinos) Psychedelic sounds
Daniel Lee Kendall – Triple J Next Crop Artist – Folk
Jack Carty – Top Ten iTunes singer songwriter
Lanie Lane – Sprit of Muddy Waters inhabiting Doris Day
GRAZ – Musical acrobat GRAZ always plays a unique set of deep and wondrous dance music
Andrew Morris (The Wilson Pickers) – solo folk rock
Jez Mead – Whiskey fueled blues
Mojo Juju – Eccentric blues
Mylee Grace – Gypsy rock ‘n’ roll
The Money Smokers – Moody blues
Kristina Miltiadou – New wave folk singer
Cats Are Black – Blues and country rock
Gay Bash DJ’s – Party classics from the club night with the cult following
The Flinders Hotel DJ’s – Eclectic mix of jukebox classics, 50’s to 90’s rock from Sydney’s premier dive bar
Teenage Kicks DJ’s – Indie Pop DJ’s
Bad Wives – Sweet retro and new wave tracks
Urby – Swing, rockabilly and vintage records
Dusty Duets – Knee slapping toe-tapping country

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