Loonaloop Biography Loonaloop are a live Australian dance band, who have arrived on the international festival circuit over the last few years. The band has performed at festivals and clubs across the globe, boasting performances at some of the worlds finest events such as Glastonbury (UK), Beach Bop (NL), Planet Roxy (CZ), Big Day Out (AUS), as well as many cultural festivals and dance partys. Best described as a live organic dance band, Loonaloops music is an excursion into the various styles and genres of electronic music that are current in the dance scene, drawing on influences from drum and bass, trance, house and electronica. The five piece line up is well renowned for their intoxicating, high energy performance and their ability to take the audience on a musical journey. Loonaloops distinctive sound is driven by a combination of organic instruments (didjeridoo, violin, tabla) and modern techniques such as programming via computers. The live show includes drum kit, bass, vocals and keys to create a full, live sound. Loonaloop formed in 2003. Since completing their début album, Cleared 4 Take Off, they have toured in Australia, Europe and the UK consistenly since. 2005 saw the band complete their second album, Images of Flying and then perform internationally, building upon their loyal audience that continues to grow and support them as their popularity increases. Among loonaloops main achievements in 2005 was a spot on the main dance stage at Glastonbury Festival (UK) as well as playing alongside Dreadzone and Kosheen at Planet Love Festival in Czech Republic. The band also headlined numerous festivals across Europe including The Big Green Gathering (UK), Blijfestijn (NL), Global Beat (PL) and The Gnome Music Fayre on the Isle of Wight (UK). Loonaloop are currently putting together a remix album for the dancefloor and have various producers and remix artists working with them on the project. This includes the likes of Kraak and Smaak (NL), Cabbage Crew in Leeds (UK), DJ Kareem (NL), Oculus (AUS) and Endorphin (AUS), among others.