Sludging through the heavy mud to the Mix Up Tent for the dirty stylings of American rapper Azealia Banks, I wasn’t really sure what to expect. With the cunt-laden 212 dominating the airways, Miss Banks was one of the more hyped acts to watch out for. Personally I’ve always found her beats more enthralling than
Splendour In The Grass 2012
With the sun setting over the final day of SITG, I was left feeling a little conflicted. On one end of the spectrum, my post-splendour depression was settling in early, knowing that in a few hours it would all be over. On the other end, I had scored an amazing seat side of stage for
Given the current support for Fun. through Aussie radio and other media, their set at Splendour in the Grass was one I was super interested in checking out, and let’s face it, that We Are Young song is really catchy. But unfortunately, 2 minutes or so prior to their set, it started to look as
360 has taken another swipe at ‘haters’ on Facebook – telling his fans to ignore them.
Last night, on the final day of Splendour in the Grass 2012, punters were massively let down by technical problems, which forced one of the most hyped artists on the bill to end her set after only 25 minutes. Azealia Banks was set to make her Australian debut, currently touring in support of her EP
Django Django are undoubtedly one of the more highly anticipated exports for Splendour this year, and after seeing them live, I can confirm the hype is well deserved. Awkwardly shuffling on stage in uniform tie-dyed T-shirts and denim cut-offs, the band gradually built into their opening number with booming percussions, psychedelic synths and lush harmonies
When I first stumbled across Electric Guest earlier this year, it was love at first listen. Their contagiously poppy tunes have had me grooving in my bedroom for the last five months, and to finally break those moves out in the open takes a place as one of my Splendour highlights. Infiltrating the mix-up tent
The final day of Splendour is upon us and with sun-soaked skies it’s set to be a ripper.
The second day of Splendour has drawn to an end and with sunshine drenching the masses, the ankle deep mud from the day before was easily forgiven. Putting my gumboots through their paces, I can say with confidence that I could probably win gold at the Olympics for mud dancing (if only it was a
Police have warned Splendour In The Grass festival goers that they will be targeting drink and drug driving tonight in Byron Bay.
Splendour day one came and went gloriously! Let’s see if day two can match it.
The last time At the Drive In performed in Australia, they cast a black shadow over their name (BDO incident, blah blah), but this time, thunderous drums, shakes and rattles introduced the band to the stage and mirrored the high hopes in anticipation of their performance.
The first day of Splendour is finally done and dusted (or should I say mudded) and oh what a day it was – rain, hail, shine and a fuck load of rock ‘n’ roll! I’ve just witnessed living legend Jack White at the Supertop and no words in my vocabulary seem proficient enough to describe
Performing under the Moniker Chet Faker, Nick Murphy has fast built a reputation as one of the most vivid story tellers. Music Feeds caught up with Faker for a quick chat while in town for Splendour In The Grass. Though his self released EP was a smashing success, Faker’s interpretation of Blackstreets No Diggity is
Festivalgoers at this year’s Splendour in the Grass are going to have a busy evening finding places to dry their clothes following a hectic hail storm that hit Byron Bay seemingly out of nowhere.
Splendour in the Grass, the holy grail of Australian camping festivals, is now upon us once again.
British five-piece Zulu Winter kicked off Splendour festivities a little early this evening with an impromptu busking sesh outside the iconic Great Northern Hotel.
The latest updates from onsite at Splendour In The Grass 2012
The Herald Sun has reported that fans headed to Jack White’s gig tonight in Sydney or seeing his set during Splendour in the Grass will be asked to keep their phones tucked away in their pockets, and rather than record the gig, actually watch it.
Festival organisers have announced this morning that Billy Corgan from the Smashing Pumpkins will be joining the Splendour forum as a special guest with Wil Anderson on ‘Wil Does Parky’. The legendary indie icon will join Anderson, who hosts ABC-TV’s Gruen series, for a chat and some audience Q&A on his entertaining Parkinson-style interview show.