Five huge stages, 21 massive acts.
Australia’s greatest and grittiest.
Will this be BTV’s biggest year yet?
I can already taste the hangover.
Sign the petition now.
“This gig was so full of (grating) immaturity that it was hard to believe it wasn’t all-age.”
Whack these in your earholes.
Their collab with Young Henrys is launching this weekend at The Blurst of Times.
For a good cause.
Could this be a hint towards the Splendour and Falls lineups?
Extra shows added in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Pegged by DZ Deathrays as “the most destructive tour of this century”.
Perth’s latest event series Raised In The City arrives February 19th with headliners DZ Deathrays
And there’s plenty to get hyper about
Melbourne Music Week (MMW) has revealed its full program for 2015, adding the likes of Aussie rockers DZ Deathrays, the ever-experimental PVT, New Zealand singer-songwriter Liam Finn and local producer Banoffee to its lineup. MMW’s flagship venue, the former Royal Women’s Hospital, is set to host shows from newly-announced acts like Public Opinion Six, Dr.
Splendour In The Grass was hit with a last-minute cancellation this morning when UK rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen called off their appearance at this weekend’s festival at the eleventh hour, citing “illness in the band and crew”. Now organisers have announced who will replace the UK act. According to triple j, organisers have confirmed
Sydney’s Small World Festival has announced an impressive homegrown lineup for 2015, featuring the likes of Aussie rock royalty The Church, face-melting duo DZ Deathrays, sonic innovators PVT and Sydney supergroup Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders. Also named on this year’s Small World lineup are Sydney boys Palms, indie-folk four piece All Our Exes Live
Melbourne indie-dance group Northeast Party House have announced their Later ‘Straya farewell tour, which will see them party on the east coast this August ahead of their first-ever shows in the US, UK and Europe. Having toured Australia on their Double Darts tour earlier this year, Northeast Party House will kick off their Later ‘Straya
The glistening sun, clear blue sky and fresh green grass made for a perfect environment as far as Richard in Your Mind were concerned. The psychedelically-tinged quintet provided a lush set to kick off the day, becoming particularly prophetic for many when they whipped out Hammered, with its key lyric, “Me and my baby get
The pressure on a successful music festival in its second year is almost expected. Will it be as good as last year? Will it be better? Will they have introduced anything new? Will it have fixed those niggling problems? Or will it join the long list of events that have failed in the floundering Aussie