Nick Hill opened the night laying down some super sweet, deep and basey beats.
“And that is why I’ve been following him for four fucking years.
Bouncing onto stage in fringed skirt and leather jacket, singer and DJ KLP delivered an intensely energetic set at the Newtown Social Club.
On the final show of his Talk Too Much Tour, it only seems fitting that Andy Bull finishes up in Sydney, his hometown.
The late Woody Guthrie once sang that “there ain’t nobody who can sing like [him],” but it’s not a stretch to take that idea one step further to suggest there ain’t nobody who performs like Kirin J Callinan.
It’s a little bit weird hearing thousands of people sing “I only have sex with myself” at the top of their lungs.
Forget the flower headbands and put the gun show on hold – Come Together Day 1 is all about your sneaker and sweater game.
Ben Howard has taken every thought you’ve ever had in your mid-twenties and crafted it into a folk ballad of epic proportions.
The last time Daniel Johns was seen on stage dates back to almost exactly five years ago, in which his then-band Silverchair attempted to start again for the umpteenth time, headlining the Groovin’ the Moo festival around regional Australia.
“It feels like a weird time for us to be playing The Opera House,” admits The Preatures front-woman Isabella Manfredi, “’cause we’re really just getting started.
Let the record show that there is only one band that can open their set with a song that was voted by a group of their peers as the greatest Australian song of all time.