Splendour In The Grass 2014

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Byron Bay Festivals Will Have To Drop That Bass

Falls Festival and Splendour In The Grass punters may not have as much bass in their face from now on, after the owners of North Byron Parklands were fined for breaching noise restrictions due to high levels of low-frequency noise emitted from this year’s Splendour, which affected local residents. According to the ABC, owners of […]

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Watch Ball Park Music Win Splendour With Their ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Cover

This year’s Splendour In The Grass was full of highlights, and everyone has their own favourite moments. That said, if your festival highlight was anything besides when Ball Park Music played Bohemian Rhapsody, you’re wrong. The Brisbane five-piece’s take on the Queen classic was epic, just see for yourself in the video below. The quintet’s […]

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Splendour Punter Invents The ‘Gumboot Bong’ During Violent Soho’s Set

Wi-Fi, spray-on skin, the bionic ear, and the digital sampler are just some of the incredible inventions that the world wouldn’t have if it weren’t for industrious and hard-working Australians. Our latest pioneer? This guy who invented the world’s first gumboot bong at Violent Soho’s Splendour set. While we certainly don’t endorse the man’s actions […]

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Ben Howard – Melbourne, The Palais Theatre 30/07/14

Punters were steadily filing into the grand Palais Theatre as it filled with the crisp and confident tones of Englishman Nick Mulvey. The folk singer-songwriter treated the appreciative audience to a completely acoustic set of his best material, expertly looping sections of music to create a marvellously full sound. Following Mulvey, the eager audience began […]

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