Image Courtesy of Joe Pug
Mullumbimby is a strange anomaly on the Australian music scene. Tucked away in the NSW North Coast with a population just above 3,000 (according to Wikipedia) Mullumbimby sees some of the most exciting artists in the country pass through on a regular basis.
And then of course there’s the Mullum Music Festival which attracts not only the best this country has to offer but also some of the world’s most talked about artists. Held from the 22nd to the 25th November, the Mullum Music Festival has just announced it’s 2012 program and for Timber and Steel fans it’s looking to be a treat. Among the artists this year are Husky, TinPan Orange, Mama Kin, Gossling, Joe Pug (above), Mia Dyson, Liz Stringer, Stiff Gins, Hat Fitz and Cara, Sara Tindley, The Rescue Ships, Rosey, Jack Carty and many more.
Tickets for the festival go on sale today and are available via the official festival web site, where you can also find a bunch of information about the event. The full list of artists is below:
The Abyssinians (Jamaica), Husky, Boubacar Traoré (Mali), Darren Percival, Tinpan Orange, Mama Kin, Nano Stern (Chile), Gossling, Joe Pug (US), Mia Dyson, Clairy Browne & the Bangin’ Rackettes, Will & The People (UK), Bustamento, King Tide, Electric Empire, Tim Freedman, Joe Robinson, Liz Stringer, Aya Larkin, Stiff Gins, Hat Fitz and Cara, Suzannah Espie, Vince Jones, Winter People, Entropic, Sara Tindley, The Rescue Ships, Band of Frequencies, Darky Roots, Kingfisha, The Lucky Wonders, Juzzie Smith, Victoriana Gaye, Jojo Smith, Loren Kate, Round Mountain Girls, Gyan, ShakShuka, Rosey (Ireland), Scarlett Affection, David Ades, Kapcha, One Dragon Two Dragon, Lifeline, Potato Potato, Brad Butcher, Jimmy Dowling, Eleea Navarro, Starboard Cannons, President Roots, Mr Cassidy, The Windy Hills, Jack Carty, The Buckley’s Family Band, Uke Mullum, The Biggest Little Town Choir, Raise the Roof Community Gospel Choir, The Pitts Family Circus, Stukulele & Miss Amber, A case for Cultivation, Mae Wilde’s Secret Gigs, The Amazing Drumming Monkeys, The Lollipop Ladies, Flycycle, Street Parade, Youth Mentorship program, workshops, The Magic Bus and much more!