Posts by Alex Langlands

Gig Reviews

The 1975 – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney 27/01/2014

For years now, Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory has harboured the best emerging local and international talent. Last night was no exception, as British indie-pop outfit The 1975 continued their maiden voyage across Australia, having already reached sizeable commercial success within Europe. The sold-out venue was already fogging up before the band even appeared. Dressed like […]

Album Reviews

Review: Childish Gambino – Because The Internet

Let’s get one thing straight: Because The Internet is not a hip-hop album. Because The Internet is a story written by Childish Gambino and the audible release is merely the soundtrack. If you were to look at his latest album as a separate entity and neglected the accompanying aspects, not only would you be a […]

Gig Reviews

Foreign Correspondent: Glastonbury Festival 2013 – Part 2

You can find part 1 here… The sun rose on a glorious Saturday and the skies cleared for what was to be the most picturesque day of the festival. Indie rockers The 1975 opened the day’s proceedings, with their indie-pop vibes being the soundtrack to the morning on The Other Stage. Evidently amazed with the […]

Gig Reviews

Foreign Correspondent: Glastonbury Festival 2013 – Part 1

Since its inception in the summer of 1970, Glastonbury has grown to be world-famous for its unbelievable lineups, unique artistic vision and unparalleled euphoric feel. As the beginning of the European summer began to set in, this unique brand of festival was once again imprinted on the small British town of Pilton. As the gates […]

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