Our palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy.
Back with its biggest lineup yet!
“We have put in a bit of extra work and made sure we can play to everyone that wants to listen and have a good time.”
Brisbane’s “dankest one day rager” just dropped its “best lineup yet”.
“No wonder no one in NSW gives a shit about the culture … Nothing like this has ever happened in Melbourne because security understand what they’re doing.”
Twelve new Aussie acts join the bill, as well as a new “secret stage”.
The Celebration of the Tin Festival debuts on Australia day 2016 giving lovers of affordable binge drinking something to do now Soundwave has been cancelled
Byron Bay three-piece and noted shit-stirrers (remember that time they invaded our interview with Dune Rats at Splendour? Or that time they brought Hockey Dad uninvited to our BIGSOUND interview? Fucking mongrels) Skegss have just dropped their raucous debut EP 50 Pushups For A Dollar and to get an honest, balanced review of it, went
This year’s Festival Of The Sun just got a whole lot bigger, with the addition of 15 new acts to the lineup including the likes of Sydney four-piece The Lulu Raes (pictured), indie duo Polish Club, Byron Bay trio Skegss and alt-rockers The Owls. Other acts amongst the pack of new additions include Dusty Boots,
The huge Splendour In The Grass 2015 lineup has just grown even bigger with the addition of the winners of triple j‘s annual Unearthed competition. Joining the likes of headliners Blur, Florence + The Machine and Mark Ronson will be Perth rockers Tired Lion who will open the festival as the competition’s national winner, as
Boutique festival Lost Paradise is going all out in its first year, adding 12 more artists to the almost bursting 2014 lineup. 12 new acts have been confirmed, including beat maker Slow Magic, Sydney buzz band Mansionair, Tropical Zombie, and Skegss. For those more inclined to gravitate towards the wheels of steel, plenty of DJ
Cronulla’s favourite alleyway festival is back for another round, with the one-day Sounds Of The Suburbs 2014 festival announcing its lineup will be led by reformed roots outfit The Beautiful Girls, US alt-rap eccentrics Antwon and Californian alt-rockers Tomorrows Tulips. The festival which takes place on Sunday, 28th September, will this year be presented by