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International headliners: Aloe Blacc and Editors coming to SA for Oppikoppi

2014-05-28 11:49
Cape Town – Music fans from all walks of life are jumping for joy at the news that, joining the list of over 100 of the best South African and international artists and DJ’s at Oppikoppi from 7 August 2014, will be the co-writer of the song of last summer Wake Me Up, singer Aloe Blacc and veteran platinum selling indie band Editors.

ICYMI see Aloe’s EDM smash hit with Avicii here:

The first song that garnered the California native radio attention was I Need a Dollar which launched his career in early 2010.

The second to be announced : England’s Brit nominated and Mecury award winning band the Editors have been making some of our favorite songs since 2002. They’re famous for their creative and high quality concepts in their music videos.

This is one of their most famous ones for the Top 10 hit-song: Smokers outside the hospital doors :

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