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Central Station's Wild Festival Guide

Author: CSR
Thursday, 13 December 2007
Well it may not seem it outside. You can't decipher why, but your favorite Paddle Pop just doesn't appeal like it did last December. The ladies are dawning their skin tight Tsubi's, but where is the skin-

Yep folks it is summer, but somebody forgot to tell the weather man. What is important though is the season, because now it is Spring, and that means it is Summer soon, which, if you are reading the Central Station newsletter, probably means you and a couple of hundred thousand contempories are getting set up for the summer festival season.

There is a plethora of festivals to choose from this summer, the popularity of out door party seemingly boundless. It seems every year there is a new kid or two on the block, with some alternative offering. Recently our friends at Ministry of Sound joined the party with their old skool warehouse gigs and the good peeps at Playground are trying to bring the three day festival 'vibe' down under.( think Bestival)

Not sure where to splurge your cash- Or is it that you where just too slow off the mark to get your mits on a Fieldday tickets this year...33 seconds not long enough for you put your details into the Ticketek tickets credit card system ah- Loser!

Our friend at 3d World decided to lend a guiding hand, and have kindly put together a Summer Festival Guide which will give you the low down one what's happening from Future Music Festival to Kiss My Grass, from Good Vibrations to Shore Thing.

We thought that was sick, we thought good guys…and then, well we thought (we are thinkers) why don't we create a CD that captures general feeling and sounds of Australian Summer Festival Season. We got together and brain stormed a name, and this what we came up with; Summer Festival Guide…now who are the good guys…-

Mixed up by the dance dons of the future The Vandals & Jeff Drake and including festival favorites like The Gossip, Felix Da Housecat, Groove Armada, Justice, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip, Spankrock, Armand Van Helden, Basement Jaxx, Daft Punk, Dizzee Rascal & more it's a must have.

Viva La Fiesta!

Central Crew!