These Are Our Listen Out 2017 Lineup Predictions

  • These Are Our Listen Out 2017 Lineup Predictions
    POSTED Jun 14 2017


    Aussie touring festival Listen Out announced this morning that it would announce its highly anticipated 2017 lineup next Tuesday. While that's not too far away, we're impatient so we had to start guessing at we reckon we've picked a few of the acts who could be on there.

    Below are 10 international acts that could be coming down-under for Listen Out.

    Future

    Future has already announced a New Zealand show that is very, very close to Listen Out in Australia. If he's in the area he may as well pop over and play the festival. He's never toured Australia before and has dropped two records this year so he's due for an Oz visit. If last year's addition of Travis Scott taught us anything it's that Listen Out is always up for a big hip-hop name.

    Bryson Tiller

    Tiller just dropped his new album True To Self, going straight to number one in the US. He's seriously hot property and he just announced a date in New Zealand around the same time as Future. The R&B fans would go nuts if this came true.

    Mac Miller

    Surely you'd want Miller and Tiller on the lineup just for the rhyme alone. Like the two aforementioned names, Miller has announced a date in New Zealand close to the festival making an Australian visit very likely. He hasn't toured The Divine Feminine here either so it would be more than welcome.

    Jai Wolf

    This one is kind of a giveaway. In Listen Out's pre-announce vid that dropped today US producer Jai Wolf's Starlight was featured making him a shoe-in to play the festival. He's played big headline shows here before but a festival set would be pretty spectacular.

    DJ Snake

    Snake has one of the biggest EDM shows in the world but we're still yet to see him out here following the release of his debut album Encore. While he may have to leave his famous friends Bieber and Skrillex behind, their tracks will still sound mint blasting out over the Listen Out audience. 

    Mura Masa

    Mura Masa is the name that everyone wants to see downunder. He's been rumoured for nearly every festival and is still yet to turn up on a lineup. He's got a potential gap in his schedule for Listen Out all though he'd have to hop straight on a plane to Australia after Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas.

    RAY BLK

    RAY BLK won the BBC's Sound Of 2017 this year, making her one of the most hotly tipped artists around right now. She dropped her first official single of the year Doing Me last week and would be a great discovery for punters. Her schedule says she's available so let's do it.

     

    Classixx

    Classixx played Listen Out in its first year in 2013 but with a new album 2016's Faraway Reach in hand, now seems like the perfect time to return. They haven't been here since Harbourlife in 2015 so let's get 'em back to Oz. 

    J HUS

    British MCs keep getting more and more popular in this country and J HUS is one of the best out there right now. He's just dropped his excellent debut LP Common Sense which features one of his first proper hits Did You See. He's a long shot but it would be great if it happened.

    Danny L Harle

    Another long shot is PC Music producer Danny L Harle. Aussies have been begging to see PC Music downunder and while it seems unlikely that the whole PC Music gang would come here for a festival, Harle is the face of it right now and Listen Out seems the right place to have him. 

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Aussie touring festival Listen Out announced this morning that it would announce its highly anticipated 2017 lineup next Tuesday. While that's not too far away, we're impatient so we had to start guessing at we reckon we've picked a few of the acts who could be on there.

Below are 10 international acts that could be coming down-under for Listen Out.

Future

Future has already announced a New Zealand show that is very, very close to Listen Out in Australia. If he's in the area he may as well pop over and play the festival. He's never toured Australia before and has dropped two records this year so he's due for an Oz visit. If last year's addition of Travis Scott taught us anything it's that Listen Out is always up for a big hip-hop name.

Bryson Tiller

Tiller just dropped his new album True To Self, going straight to number one in the US. He's seriously hot property and he just announced a date in New Zealand around the same time as Future. The R&B fans would go nuts if this came true.

Mac Miller

Surely you'd want Miller and Tiller on the lineup just for the rhyme alone. Like the two aforementioned names, Miller has announced a date in New Zealand close to the festival making an Australian visit very likely. He hasn't toured The Divine Feminine here either so it would be more than welcome.

Jai Wolf

This one is kind of a giveaway. In Listen Out's pre-announce vid that dropped today US producer Jai Wolf's Starlight was featured making him a shoe-in to play the festival. He's played big headline shows here before but a festival set would be pretty spectacular.

DJ Snake

Snake has one of the biggest EDM shows in the world but we're still yet to see him out here following the release of his debut album Encore. While he may have to leave his famous friends Bieber and Skrillex behind, their tracks will still sound mint blasting out over the Listen Out audience. 

Mura Masa

Mura Masa is the name that everyone wants to see downunder. He's been rumoured for nearly every festival and is still yet to turn up on a lineup. He's got a potential gap in his schedule for Listen Out all though he'd have to hop straight on a plane to Australia after Life Is Beautiful festival in Las Vegas.

RAY BLK

RAY BLK won the BBC's Sound Of 2017 this year, making her one of the most hotly tipped artists around right now. She dropped her first official single of the year Doing Me last week and would be a great discovery for punters. Her schedule says she's available so let's do it.

 

Classixx

Classixx played Listen Out in its first year in 2013 but with a new album 2016's Faraway Reach in hand, now seems like the perfect time to return. They haven't been here since Harbourlife in 2015 so let's get 'em back to Oz. 

J HUS

British MCs keep getting more and more popular in this country and J HUS is one of the best out there right now. He's just dropped his excellent debut LP Common Sense which features one of his first proper hits Did You See. He's a long shot but it would be great if it happened.

Danny L Harle

Another long shot is PC Music producer Danny L Harle. Aussies have been begging to see PC Music downunder and while it seems unlikely that the whole PC Music gang would come here for a festival, Harle is the face of it right now and Listen Out seems the right place to have him. 

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