First it was Homebake now its Days like this. Niche Productions and Waterfall Entertainment have decided that January 2011 instalment will not go ahead. With the huge amount of festivals already announced this year, promoters are realising that only so many of them can be profitable.
Days Like This
In This Issue: TV on the Radio, Days Like This!, Day of the Meerkat, Eagles of Death Metal, Seekae, Killed Two Birds
Having first found his musical feet as part of the Mod scene in Britain during the 80s, Russ Dewbury went on to start the world longest running club night
It’s not easy putting on a festival with a world class lineup. You don’t just wake up one morning and decide to get the likes of Public Enemy and Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings down to Sydney to wow audiences over the Christmas break.
The soul dripping from her lips, she takes another sip of her bourbon as I ask her what to expect from her upcoming gigs.
With one ear on the phone, and one eye on the TV, I watch Kevin Rudd give a speech. Is he just another white guy in glasses?
It’s not particularly a stretch to suggest that the club scene in Sydney is decidedly lacking in innovation these days.
Following MUSIC FEED’s recent coverage on the festival fuckwit, it’s appropriate to transcend word limits and traditional attention spans by bringing you another insight into his festival-filled fuckwit life. MALCOLM GURNPULL regrettably brings you up to date on his final adventures.
JUST ANNOUNCED: MR SCRUFF, A GUY CALLED GERALD, RADIOSLAVE & MIKE MONDAY TO PLAY DAYS LIKE THIS! One of the world’s favourite DJs, Mr Scruff will join Public Enemy, Morcheeba, Fat Freddys Drop and Sharon Jones & The Dapkings at the inaugural boutique music festival, Days Like This! on Sunday 4 January 2009. Other international