The EDM-indie cross over festival has in the past provided a November stop in the nation's capitol for artists touring with over festivals and tours, but today promoters Kick Entertainment said that they had been unable to secure the “high standard people have come to expect”.
Festival Director Jeff Drake said, “This has been an incredibly difficult decision for Ryan [Phillips, co-promoter] and I. We feel so fortunate to have staged six highly successful Foreshore events with our partners, a tradition we will continue in 2014.”
Last year's event attracted a world class line-up which was headlined by Tiesto, Calvin Harris, 360, Example and Major Lazer.
Today Drake told theMusic.com.au, “There are always fantastic artists from Australia and touring to Australia that we can choose from. It's not about a lack of artists, but rather a combination of artists that inspires us for the there event.”
He added that, “2013 is no more or less uncertain than the previous six years we have run the event. It's about creating an event we find truly inspiring and a step forward that offers something for the Canberra audience.”
Veterans lead this week's releases with new albums from Tim Rogers & The Bamboos (Album Of The Week) and Daniel Johns plus albums from Ella Thompson, The Vaccines and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.