“Things were over too soon.”
Intent on bombast, the exuberant frontman seemed eager to leave an impression.
Big Scary bring their unique brand of catchy pop rock to 170 Russell tonight in their first Melbourne show in three years
“SAFIA are fearlessly theatrical with both the music they write and the way they deliver it onstage.”
A play-by-play of one punter’s experience at Yours & Owls festival 2016.
Travis Scott is an athletic performer, his shows – complete with stage-diving – all controlled chaos.
“The biggest irk was the program clashes – even with only two main stages.”
“Ferg is a man of the people and he left everybody in attendance with an experience they won’t forget in a hurry. “
“He shreds like a boss; his fingers are a blur.”
“Bring Me The Horizon put on a grand spectacle worthy of a band of their stature.”
Sure it’s a celebration of the cliché, but that’s part of the fun.
“This afternoon-turned-night concert has the atmosphere of a fully-fledged festival.”
“A friendly reminder that for better or worse it’s rock music that holds sway in the sunburnt northern state.”
BIGSOUND day two finished with a bang.
“While BIGSOUND might claim to take an industry focus, it’s the music that drives the festival.”
“If there was a show worthy to be dedicated to such an important and well-loved musician as [Architects’ Guitarist] Tom Searle, this one was definitely it.”
The Hordern Pavilion feels like a futuristic cathedral tonight.
“Not even the most hardline goth could deny the joy that comes with a show like this.”
They had audience members in tears (in a good way).