It was a warm homecoming for Flight Facilities at the promising new Maroochy Music and Visual Arts Festival.
Despite being an incredibly confined space, Good God’s musical cavern can usually be found ebbing with vitality through its jittering patrons.
There’s something very liberating about screaming, “I am a fuck up, I am a let down” at the top of your lungs.
Vallis Alps had a lot to live up to last night.
Australian audiences have had a roller coaster of a week.
Mark Ronson’s Splendour in the Grass sideshow was a who’s who of this year’s hottest Australian acts.
There’s something about the music of Death Cab for Cutie that makes it a perfect match for a bitterly cold winter evening.
You know it’s the Monday after Splendour when there’s a guy on someone’s shoulders still waving a gumboot around in the air – we get it, no one’s quite ready to let the weekend go.
Splendour is a marathon.
It’s generally anyone’s guess as to what exactly is going through a performer’s mind before they arrive on stage.
Listen guys, I may have gone on a bit yesterday about how the bad weather was never going to be enough to harsh this Splendour vibe but on Day 2 I have to admit, it’s kinda started to become an issue.