Dominated by female-fronted acts.
It’s here, and it’s got some BIG surprises!
They beat out some stiff competition at this year’s ceremony.
There’ll be much more than music on show at Splendour.
Get ’em while they’re hot
A new side to the Blue Mountains’ singer-songwriter.
Stripped back to its beautiful bones.
Julia’s coming home!
“Laneway is that friend that nudges you (usually after a little protest) towards something you haven’t heard but knows you’ll love.”
“Music is for everyone to enjoy and feel safe and respected while they’re enjoying it.”
The second Like A Version of 2017.
*frantically googles airfares to Barcelona*
Congrats to all these amazing artists.
The event’s Aussie contingent just got a whole lot bigger.
Julia Jacklin’s unique blend of existential woe and indie-leaning alt-country strikes a resonant chord.
What a year for Aussie music.
Trick or treat?
“New artists like Julia Jacklin or the members of Sticky Fingers are facing a very different situation in Australia to that faced by bands like Midnight Oil or Cold Chisel.”
Julia Jacklin’s debut album takes technically beautiful vocals, rock, folk and pop influences, and situates it all within her confident indie-folk style.