Roguish good looks.
Vance Joy clearly comes from a traditional school of songwriting – crafting life’s simple truths into simple melodies that hold universal appeal.
Sydney prog adventurers Breaking Orbit are clever gents.
It’s 6:30pm in Brisbane and something big is happening.
It proved to be somewhat telling that power-pop pioneers Cheap Trick were introduced by a pre-recorded message calling them “the greatest rock & roll band you will ever fucking see” with the f-word bleeped out.
The glistening sun, clear blue sky and fresh green grass made for a perfect environment as far as Richard in Your Mind were concerned.
It’s an amazing feat to sell-out two nights on the other side of the world simply based on the merit of your debut album but that’s exactly what London Grammar have done.
Melbourne scuzz-punkers Clowns have forged a reputation as a must-see live act.
Drake, The Prodigy and Avicii compete for the spotlight.
He saunters onto the stage in a white singlet, jeans and some serious sex appeal before drawling out, “My name’s Shakey fuckin’ Graves from Austin Texas.