“Are you ready? Let’s get fucked up!”
“Curry may still be a young player in the hip-hop world, but his passion and dedication will no doubt see him fast become a household name. “
“This isn’t your regular indie pop band, there is a weight to each song and when Håvik sings it’s both primal and ethereal.”
Good company, picturesque scenery and a smorgasbord of tunes helped Lost Paradise live up to its name.
Field Day had one of the best and most diverse lineups yet to celebrate the first day of 2017.
Falls Festival 2016 in Lorne was not at all unlike the year it was seeing out; hyped up, marred with controversy, tragedy and social media shitstorms. All interspersed with some beautiful moments.
“A plethora of dabbers, indie kids and fans of cricket memes called the campsite home – the festival felt like a cross-section of the Australian national music psyche. “
Vagina shaped hats, pink pubes and novelty nipples. ‘Till next year Meredith, stay freaky.
“Overwhelmingly large and spectacular-the overall experience was as close as any one will get to stepping inside Flume’s brain.”
Proof that Sheila E will surely give Meredith something to remember.
No one puts on a stadium show quite like Coldplay.
“I sang, I cried, I lost my voice and I possibly got a concussion.”
“If you’ve ever found yourself questioning whether Garbage as a collective still have it… They do.”
“No bad attitudes and zero bullshit”
Sipping wine from plastic cups and watching Garbage from picnic blankets among the vines.
“There’s an air of entertainment, but at its core, The Smith Street Band’s music is a serious endeavour.”
Seeing Kingswood play live is a completely different experience to hearing them recorded.
The first music festival at Cottlesloe beach in twelve years.
Julia Jacklin’s unique blend of existential woe and indie-leaning alt-country strikes a resonant chord.
It’ll take more that a little breeze to dampen the Novocastrian spirit.